2019 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD For Sale Near Moscow
Pickup trucks are very useful for many different jobs, whether it's bringing home a new sofa or a large TV from the store, transporting unwanted stuff to the dump, or taking outdoor equipment and toys along with you on a weekend trip. But if you need to move a couple of thousand pounds of building materials or you need to tow something as big and heavy as a fully loaded four-horse trailer, it's probably time to visit a dealership like the Moscow Chevrolet dealer and check out a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD.
Whatever job you have in mind for your new pickup, the folks at your local Moscow Chevrolet dealership will tell you the latest Silverado 3500HD is going to be hard to beat. Not only is the 3500HD a fabulous workhorse with immense capability, but it also comes in a wide range of trim levels and specifications to suit all sorts of buyers and applications.
The lineup starts with the WT (work truck) trim level. The WT isn't as spartan as its name might suggest; it’s an affordable way into this seriously capable truck family. The higher trim levels are the LT, LTZ and High Country, but that's just the start of the available options for personalizing your new Silverado HD. All 3500HD models are crew-cab body styles, so there's a good amount of room for people sitting in the back. The full-size rear doors make getting in and out nice and easy, too. The Silverado is standard rear-wheel drive, but four-wheel drive is available for all trim levels. There are two box sizes, standard and long. The long box models are also available with a dual-rear-wheel arrangement for ultimate capability.
Like most heavy-duty pickups, the 2019 Silverado 3500HD is available with a choice of two engines. The standard powerplant is a Vortec 6.0-liter gas V8 that develops 360 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque. The alternative engine is a Duramax 6.6-liter V8 turbodiesel that makes 445 hp and a massive 910 lb-ft of torque. Both engines come mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. The turbodiesel gets an Allison 1000 Series gearbox, which is specially designed to cope with that huge amount of torque.
When properly configured, the 3500HD with the gas V-8 is capable of hauling a payload of up to 6,112 pounds and has a maximum tow rating of 14,200 pounds. With the turbo-diesel, the 3500HD has a maximum payload of 5,281 pounds and a maximum towing capacity of 23,100 pounds.
Even the base WT trim comes standard with a rearview camera and a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, but most buyers will probably go for the LT or higher. The LT standard equipment doesn’t cost a great deal more than the WT, but it does allow the buyer to add a number of options not available with the WT. The LTZ is a big step up, with leather upholstery, dual-zone climate control and plenty of chrome exterior trim.
All trims get a full complement of airbags and the usual safety features. Advanced features like forward collision alert and lane departure warning are available with the LTZ and come standard with the range-topping High Country.