For 2018, Chevy built the Silverado to accommodate the needs of everyone, offering seven trims in all. At the top of the range is the Silverado High Country, which goes shoulder-to-shoulder with the F-150 Limited. Here’s how the range-topping Silverado compares to the Limited F-150:
Price: The Silverado High Country is priced well below the F-150 (about $5k, depending on location). You can grab a Silverado from our Post Falls Chevy dealer for less than any local Ford store offers the new F-150.
Power: An available and super-beefy 6.2-liter V8 sits inside the top Silverado, while a smaller 3.5L V6 is seated underneath the F-150’s hood. That puts Chevy’s truck at a 40-horsepower advantage (420 hp vs. 375 hp).
Features: The 2018 Silverado High Country offers a few standard and available features that the top F-150 model doesn’t, including an AUX port, mini overhead console with storage, in-vehicle assistance, stolen vehicle tracking software, mud flaps, and Chevy MyLink.
Most Silverados are available with noteworthy features like:
- StabiliTrak with Trailer Sway Control
- Under-rail LED lamps
- Rear Vision Camera
- Hill Start Assist
- eAssist powertrain (Crew Cab LT and LTZ trims)
- EchoMaster® Trailering Camera System
- Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
- Advanced safety systems, like Low-Speed Forward Automatic Braking, Lane Keep Assist, Lane Departure Warning, and Forward Collision Alert
- Chevy’s exclusive Teen Driver Technology
Over a century in the making, the 2018 Chevrolet Silverado is about as good as it gets. To learn more about the new Silverado, contact our Chevy dealer in Post Falls, ID. The sales team at Knudtsen Chevrolet will gladly schedule your test drive and help you discover your leasing and auto financing
options. Call us at (208) 664-8107 or visit us at 1900 E Polston Ave
to check out our inventory of new Chevy models for sale
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2018 Chevrolet Silverado