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In the ever-growing market of full-size trucks, it can be difficult to choose when shopping for a new or used vehicle. At the end of the day, you want something that will get the job done but also don't want to sacrifice comfort or performance. There are many options out there that can deliver one or the other. Not sure where to look? Why not turn your attention to the new 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 Limited.
With the new Chevy Silverado full-size truck, you don't have to choose one feature over another or compromise needs over wants. Chevy has outdone itself again, offering customers more features and choices than ever before when it comes to the latest Silverado. On top of introducing a fully-refreshed 2022 Silverado, Chevy is continuing to offer its popular 2021 Silverado as the 2022 Silverado Limited for a limited time. The light-duty classic of the Chevrolet family never ceases to please drivers and gives you another affordable and capable option as you shop for a new truck. Still not sure if the new Silverado Limited is the one? Well, we've done the work for you! Check out the following for a detailed picture of the new 2022 Silverado 1500 and all it has to offer new and seasoned drivers.
Well known for its durability and performance both on and off the road, Chevy thought there was still room for the Silverado to grow, literally. The 2022 truck continues to offer a best-in-class maximum cargo of 89.1 cubic feet if you choose to go for the long bed. That's compared to the standard bed, which measures in at 71.7 cubic feet, which gives you more than enough room for whatever the job. Or, if you don't need all that space, the short bed offers reasonable room for everyday hauling at 62.9 cubic feet.
When it comes to engines, the Silverado is a truck that doubles as both a work and play vehicle, with choices between the standard turbocharged engine and two more powerful V8 options, plus a turbo-diesel engine if desired. These options give the Silverado 1500 a great range of horsepower from 277 hp on up to an impressive 420 hp, depending on the engine choice. The options give buyers the flexibility to tailor the truck to their needs. The standard model has a torque of 348 lb-ft, touting an impressive towing capacity of 9,300 lbs, that's more than enough power to get the job done.
Chevy has continued to offer the same classic trims for the Silverado Limited, including plenty of exciting additional features that take the truck's trim options to a higher level, much to the delight of buyers and drivers alike.
WT: The Work Truck trim includes the Silverado's classic, durable features put in place to give drivers the form and function of a truck they desire. The package includes options for a standard 2.7L turbocharged engine or a 5.3L EcoTec3 V8. The Work Truck package also comes standard with rear-wheel drive, electric power steering, and capless fuel fill. So you can focus on the task at hand and not on whether or not your truck will be able to get you there.
Custom: With the custom trim, the Silverado Limited comes standard with the same 2.7L engine and standard 8-speed transmission, with rear-wheel drive and an all-season spare tire included, plus multiple options to change and customize available. However, it adds a few more options that are not available for the Work Truck. And if you decide to upgrade to the Custom Trail Boss trim, you're presented with even more opportunities to customize your vehicle, including more engine choices for more power.
LT: As you go through the options, you see the addition of a 3.0L Duramax diesel as an optional engine. The LT option also comes with more storage space as the seats lift to create space for extras. And because everyone knows it's the little things that matter, the LT package comes with loads of extra to make whatever you're doing easy and convenient such as Bluetooth, a rear vision camera, and dual-zone automatic climate control so that you don't have to choose comfort or safety. Like with the Custom trim, Chevy gives the option of a Trail Boss variant for more rugged, off-roading fun.
RST: The 5.3L V8 engine comes standard when you go for the RST package. Add in four-wheel drive, and you have plenty of performance for all-year-round use in mud, snow. Whatever nature throws at it, you know it'll handle without pause. But all this power does not come without the comfort Chevy trucks are known for. You get nothing but lasting value with plenty of interior legroom, storage, upgraded infotainment, and heated driver seats and front outboard passenger seats.
High Country: Last but not least, we have the ever-popular, rugged High Country trim. With the 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 engine, you get 383 lb-ft of torque and 355 hp of horsepower, and with 4-wheel drive, this truck is built to take you where you need to go without question. Additional options such as the Technology and Safety packages transform the High Country into a luxury truck that lives up to its position at the top of the lineup.
Chevy always has your safety and comfort in mind when it comes to its full lines of cars, trucks, and SUVs. So naturally, the Silverado wouldn't be any different. With a variety of standard and optional features, the driver can be confident that the Silverado was designed to keep whatever cargo you're hauling safe and secure both on the road and off.
The forward collision alert lets a driver know if they are rapidly approaching the car in front of them, helping prevent potential collisions. If you do not react in time, the optional automatic emergency braking system will kick in. Available on all trims, this is a much-loved feature using camera technology that can not help prevent collisions by automatically applying the brakes without any driver input. Add on top of that front pedestrian braking, which can give the driver feedback in the form of pedestrian alerts and give the driver additional hard braking in case of an emergency.
Having features in a vehicle to see where you can't, such as blind spot alert, can be life-saving not just for you but for other vehicles, bikers, and pedestrians you share the street with. With Chevy's lane change alert system, radar is used to detect and warn the driver when another vehicle is moving into your truck's blind spot. With the rear cross traffic alert, the system will alert the driver when backing up of any vehicles approaching on either side. Both systems are available on most trims.
And Chevy isn't only concerned about other drivers, but you as well. With a lane departure alert, the steering wheel can give mild tension, creating a smooth turn to alert a driver when they are wavering outside their lane. This amazing technology is programmed to prevent accidental drifting and does not alert a driver if they are intentionally changing lanes and have their turn signal on. This feature is available for the LTZ and High Country trims. Also found only for the LTZ and High Country are additional features such as a rear camera mirror, there to give the driver a clearer view when driving and backing up, along with a following distance alert feature, which you know if you're keeping enough space between yourself and the vehicles in front of you.