The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 will receive some exciting new updates to its towing and cruise control capabilities. On the other hand, some paint choices and appearance options will be saying farewell. Here’s an overview of the changes.
Chevy is introducing new Vertical Trailering Mirrors to help with visibility when towing, plus a pair of cameras to make maneuvering much easier. The 2020 Silverado will also gain the much-heralded Adaptive Cruise Control through the Safety and Driver Assist Package. The 10-speed automatic transmission is now standard on High Country models equipped with four-wheel drive and the 5.3-liter EcoTec3 V8 engine. The truck will also have bed-view cameras so you can keep an eye on the gear you’ve got in the truck bed. Plus, you can customize your new Silverado 1500 by deleting the truck bed.
Most of the 2020 model’s deletions involve its appearance options. The Oakwood Metallic paint color, a metal-flecked shade of tan, is being discontinued, as is the High Country Premium Package. You can still purchase many of the same features via the High Country Deluxe package. Furthermore, the WT Appearance Package is being discontinued, although its features will remain available individually.
The 2020 Silverado continues the tradition of a tough, no-nonsense, workhorse of a truck. If you’d like to learn more, come visit us at Hirlinger Chevrolet.