Shop the New Chevy Silverado 1500, 2500 and 3500 in Freeland, MI

There are three Chevrolet Silverado models, the Silverado 1500, 2500, and 3500. Here in Freeland, MI, we sell each pickup, and we're going to explain the benefits of each model.

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Chevrolet Silverado 1500

The first model in the Silverado lineup is the 1500. This model has an updated interior, a bigger touchscreen, a restyled front end, and a new trim called the ZR2. The ZR2 is the Silverado 1500's latest model focused on off-roading and offers Bay City drivers 33-inch all-terrain tires, off-road-specific adaptive dampers, and other unique features.

The ZR2 isn't the only unique feature of the Silverado 1500. This model also sports four powertrains, which are two more than the 2500 or 3500 offer. Along with its additional powertrains, the 1500 also has more trims. In fact, the Silverado 1500 has nine. Comparatively, the Silverado 2500 has five, and the 3500 has four.

Due to the increased trims of the Chevy Silverado 1500, several features are not found in the other models. One such feature is hill descent control. Found inside the Custom Trail Boss, this feature allows drivers to easily control their trucks when descending a hill on the highway or trail.

Also unique to the Silverado 1500 is its cab configuration. While all Silverado models come with the same standard cab configurations, the 1500's four-door crew cab offers a larger back seat than the 2500s and 3500s versions.

Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

Next in the Silverado lineup is the 2500HD. This model comes standard with a 6.6-liter 401hp V8 and enhanced towing and hauling capabilities. Inside the base trim of this model, Saginaw locals will find two unique features not found in the base versions of the 1500 or 3500. These features include an automatic locking rear differential and a two-speed electronic transfer case.

But the base trim isn't the only trim that differs in Silverado 2500HD. The LT trim does as well. The LT trim is the perfect option for tech-savvy drivers living in Saginaw. The LT is a mid-level trim and offers a larger touchscreen, onboard Wi-Fi, and satellite radio.

While the trims of the 2500HD are unique, they are not the only standouts. Across this model are multiple distinct features. One such feature is Chevrolet's Advanced Trailering System. With this system and the available app, drivers can receive custom trailering profiles, pre-departure checklists, trailer lighting diagnostics, and more. A multi-flex tailgate is also found on all trim levels, which offers traditional tailgate functionality alongside five unique positions, creating unmatched convenience.

Another feature is the surround-view camera system, available in the High Country trim. While this feature is available in the Silverado 3500, it's not available in the 1500, so we're mentioning it here. With eight available cameras, the surround-view camera system allows for 15 viewpoints when parking, driving, or hitching a vehicle.

Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD

The highest model in the Silverado lineup is the 3500HD. Offering the most available power, this pickup can easily tackle any job a Midland resident needs. With the same engine options, the 3500 is capable of increased towing thanks to a dual-rear-wheel setup.

Though it's not just the increase in power that separates the 3500HD from the other Silverado models. Found throughout the Silverado 3500 are other unique features. Inside the base, trim are two USB ports, power windows, and split-folding bench seats. While these may not seem unique, these features are unavailable in the 1500 or 2500 base trims.

Another standout in the Silverado 3500 is the HD camera inside the LTZ trim. This high-definition camera allows for an easier time backing up and when hitching your vehicle.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Silverado is best for towing a camper?

The Silverado 1500 High Country. As one of the most popular pickups in the RV community, this model offers Pinconning drivers a Multi-Flex tailgate, enhanced camera technologies, and adaptive ride control.

How much weight can the Silverado Tow?

Depends on the model. The Silverado 1500 can tow up to 9,800 pounds. The 2500 can tow around 14,500 pounds. And the 3500 is capable of towing 16,800 pounds.

What are the Silverado Trims?

The Work Truck (WT), Custom, Custom Trail Boss, LT, RST, LT Trail Boss, ZR2, LTZ, and High Country.

Why Buy a Chevy Silverado?

The Silverado series is one of the most popular trucks. This model offers varying versions, each stronger than the last, with unique features like a multi-flex tailgate and good off-roading capabilities.

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  1. Burt Watson Chevrolet

    7468 Midland Road
    Freeland, MI 48623

    • Sales: (989) 625-3145
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