New Chevrolet 2022 Silverado HD for Sale in Springfield, MA
Configurations, Trims, and Powertrains
The 2022 Silverado HD is sold in two versions – 2500 and 3500 – and five trim levels: WT (Work Truck), Custom (2500 HD only), LT, LTZ, and High Country. There are also choices for the cab style and bed length. In either Double Cab (two standard doors and two smaller rear-access doors) or Crew Cab (four standard doors) form, the 2500 comes with either the standard cargo bed (80.2 inches) or long bed (96.3 inches). A 2500 with the regular cab is built only with a long bed. The 3500 comes only in Crew Cab form with either a standard or long bed.
The 2500 has a payload capacity of up to 3,979 pounds and a towing limit of up to 18,510 pounds. For the 3500, this rises to a payload limit of as much as 7,442 pounds and a maximum towing capability of up to 36,000 pounds with the proper configuration and equipment. Plus, the 3500 can be built with either a single-rear-wheel or dual-rear-wheel arrangement (commonly called a dually). Chevy’s Advanced Trailering System with programmable custom profiles for towing is also available. This feature debuted a few years ago as a class-first innovation. It can be managed through the myChevrolet mobile app or directly via the truck’s infotainment touchscreen.
The base engine for all Silverado HDs is a gas-powered 6.6-liter V8 that makes 401 horsepower and 464 lb.-ft. of torque and is controlled by a six-speed automatic transmission. The optional 6.6-liter V8 turbocharged Duramax diesel with a ten-speed automatic transmission by Allison provides 445 horsepower and 910 lb.-ft. of torque. Rear-wheel drive is standard across the lineup with four-wheel drive (4WD) available and standard on the High Country.
The Work Truck – WT – reflects its name with a relatively basic setup that includes a 40/20/40-split bench front seat, manual door locks and windows, a manual tilt-only steering column, a trailering package, a single-zone manual air conditioner, 17-inch steel wheels, a standard locking tailgate, halogen headlights, a 3.5-inch monochromatic driver information display, and vinyl flooring. The Custom is upgraded with remote keyless entry, 20-inch aluminum wheels, power side trailering mirrors, deep-tinted glass, cruise control, power windows and door locks, and carpeted flooring.
Things start to ramp up more on the LT, which gets chrome front and rear bumpers, an EZ Lift assist tailgate with power lock and release, upgraded exterior accents, 17-inch aluminum wheels, and a 4.2-inch color driver information display. The LTZ gets additional chrome accents, 18-inch aluminum wheels, LED exterior lighting including fog lamps, power side trailering mirrors with power-folding and auto-dimming capability, trailer hitch guidance, remote start, and proximity keyless entry. The interior upgrades for the LTZ are highlighted by a 40/20/40 split-bench front seat with ten-way power controls for the driver and outboard passenger, a driver’s position memory system, dual-zone automatic climate control, push-button start, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a manual tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, leather upholstery, and a rear window defogger.
At the top of the heap, the High Country adds a power tailgate, body-colored front and rear bumpers, 20-inch aluminum wheels, a cargo bed monitor with lighting, a spray-on bedliner, front and rear parking sensors, a power-sliding rear window, an 8-inch digital driver information display, front bucket seats with a center console, wireless device charging, and additional driver aids (this information is covered below). Note that many of the standard features listed for the higher trims are available, generally as part of optional packages, on lower trims.
Advanced Safety Technology
Forward-collision warning with automatic emergency braking is available on all Silverado HD trims, except for the LT. Lane-change alert with blind-spot warning and rear cross-traffic alert is standard on the High Country and optional on the WT, LT, and LTZ. Lane-departure warning and Chevy’s Safety Alert Seat are available on the LTZ and High Country, while a surround-view monitor is optional on the LTZ and standard on the High Country.
Infotainment and Connectivity
The default infotainment system in the WT and Custom has a 7-inch touchscreen, a six-speaker audio system (two speakers for Silverado HDs with a regular cab), Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and Bluetooth. The LT and above go to an 8-inch touchscreen and add SiriusXM satellite radio (which is available on the WT and Custom). Access to Chevrolet Connected Services/OnStar and a Wi-Fi hotspot is standard on the LT and above (also optional on the WT and Custom). A seven-speaker Bose premium sound system and navigation come with the High Country and are available on the LTZ.
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