2015 Chevrolet Silverado High Country HD Debuts in Denver
Whoever thought luxury and heavy-duty pickups would ever become synonymous with one another? As the market for pickup trucks continues to increase, customers are pushing for more luxurious and feature-heavy models. No longer is a truck just meant to get the job done; customers want to own something they can drive every day without feeling like they're compromising on anything. Chevrolet is thinking along these lines and will introduce the 2015 Silverado High Country HD models at the 2014 Denver Auto Show. The new models will feature a chrome grille with horizontal bars, body-color bumpers, six-inch chrome assist steps, and High Country badges on the doors, tailgate, and door sill plates. Added to that, the Silverado High Country will offer an exclusive saddle brown interior with leather seating, heated and cooled seats, Chevrolet MyLink with an eight-inch touchscreen, Bose premium audio, front and rear park assist, with High Country logos on the headrests. Customers can also opt for a sunroof, navigation, and a rear-seat entertainment system. The High Country Premium package adds a heated steering wheel, driver alert package, and power adjustable pedals. The Silverado High Country models will be powered by a choice of three different engines, including gas, compressed natural gas, or diesel. The gas model features a 6.0-liter V-8 specifically set up for heavy duty trucks and pushes out 360 horses. The CNG engine, also a 6.0-lter V-8, can go from gasoline to CNG without fuss. However, the 6.6-liter turbodiesel V-8 may be the engine to get with 397 horsepower and 765 lb.-ft. of torque and a variable-vane turbocharger that acts as an exhaust brake to control downhill speeds when towing. The 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD and 3500HD High Country models will be available in showrooms across the country starting this summer. Source: Chevrolet
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