The giant Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Truck is a massive six and a half feet high, eight feet wide, and can be up to twenty-one and a half feet long. Parking and city driving are a challenge, as the Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Truck takes up most of the road. The tailgate is heavy, so you might want to consider optional lift-assist, along with a tailgate lock.
Most find the Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Truck seats comfortable and supportive for long trips, and they can be adjusted with ease. The dash is low enough to provide good visibility, and the tilt wheel comes standard in every vehicle to ensure maximum comfort for drivers of all sizes. The rear seats in the extended cab are fine for smaller sized people, but if you will frequently travel with adults in back, you may wish to consider the crew cab.
The WD trim is basic, meant for hard, dirty work, with an easily swept cab upholstered in gray vinyl and waterproof rubber flooring. The four-wheel drive shift is on the floor, and there are the usually array of conveniences, such as AM/FM stereo, tilt wheel, tow hooks, and air conditioning. For extra cost, options include cruise control, locking differential, power mirrors, locks, and windows, an integrated trailer brake controller, and an upgrade to the radio.
For a few thousand dollars more, you can upgrade to the LT, which has cloth upholstery and carpeting, locking console storage, a stereo with AM/FM and XM radio, as well as CD and MP3 capability. In addition, you will get OnStar with a free six month trial, power heater mirrors, power windows and locks, and cruise control. An option convenience package also adds some safety features, with rear park assist, remote start, and adjustable pedals. Add in a navigation and backup camera for extra security. Top of the line LTZ trim offers all of the luxuries you would expect for the price, such as leather interior, heated seats, steering wheel controls, trailer equipment, fog lamps, and more.
You can count on safe travel with front seat belt pretensioners, StabiliTrak (single-rear wheel models), and frontal airbags. Front side and front side curtain airbags cost extra, as do backup cameras and OnStar services.