Chevy’s approach to serving companies of all sizes begins with the Business Elite program. It’s a comprehensive service that gives members a hands-on dealer representative who takes the time to understand each business and its unique needs. This Business Elite agent starts by providing personalized vehicle recommendations, saving the member the legwork of researching multiple vehicles. As needed, tailored suggestions for upfit equipment are made, so that every Chevy commercial vehicle purchased is job-ready. Some additional program benefits include extended service hours and work-ready loaner vehicles (as available) to keep downtime to a minimum.
Chevrolet includes access to OnStar Vehicle Insights with most of its commercial vehicles. It’s a proven professional telematics platform available through an affordable monthly subscription. OnStar services provide company owners and fleet staff with updates on maintenance and repairs, driver performance, and operational data. This system can also be configured for custom alerts, route assessments, and vehicle operations details.
Most Chevrolet commercial vehicles are supported by the myChevrolet mobile app. Remote engine starting, locking and unlocking of the doors, and headlight/horn controls can all be managed through a smartphone. The myChevrolet app also operates an available mobile Wi-Fi hotspot on vehicles that are so equipped.
Chevrolet offers a broad range of commercial vehicles to meet the needs of businesses of any size.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500: The Silverado 1500 pickup makes a reliable work partner thanks in part to its multiple engine options, including an efficient turbocharged four-cylinder engine and the gutsy 3.0-liter Duramax Turbo-Diesel. There’s even a pair of V8 powerplants to choose from. The Silverado can be equipped with the most appropriate cab style (regular, Crew, or Double) and bed length (short, standard, or long). The available configurations vary according to the eight trims on offer: WT, Custom, LT, RST, Custom Trail Boss, LT Trail Boss, LTZ, and High Country.
Chevrolet Colorado: Businesses turn to the midsized Colorado when a smaller but still capable pickup is enough. An all-new, more powerful version is coming in early 2023, so look for more details then.
Chevrolet Silverado HD: The Silverado HD is the ideal truck for jobs that require extra capabilities. Chevy offers an available 6.6-liter Duramax Turbo-Diesel that makes 445 horsepower and 910 lb.-ft. of torque. With a towing capacity of up to 36,000 pounds or a maximum payload as high as 7,442 pounds, the Silverado HD is more than ready for the most demanding work. Buyers can choose from either the 2500 or 3500 version in five trims: WT, Customer (2500 only), LT, LTZ, and High Country.
Silverado HD Chassis Cab: The Silverado 3500 HD Chassis Cab is ready for duty as a dump truck, crane lift, and other specialized uses. Businesses can choose between the regular cab or crew cab depending on their day-to-day needs. This workhorse truck has a maximum payload capacity of up to 7,571 pounds (with the regular cab). Additional capability is available with the Silverado 4500 HD, 5500 HD, and 6500 HD Chassis Cab models.
Chevrolet Express Commercial Van: Chevrolet’s commercial vehicle lineup includes the Express van, which is made in both cargo and passenger versions. This van offers up to 4,280 pounds in cargo capacity or can transport as many as 15 people. The engine choices include an efficient 2.8-liter four-cylinder Duramax Turbo-Diesel. The Express Cutaway van can be converted into a cargo box truck, service body vehicle, or other use via custom upfitting.
Chevrolet Low Cab Forward: Landscapers, construction supply firms, and similar companies rely on the Chevrolet Low Cab Forward truck for hauling loads weighing up to 16,217 pounds. Numerous cab, engine, and wheelbase options ensure a perfect match for each business.
Chevrolet Expanded Lineup: The complete range of Chevy crossovers, SUVs, and passenger cars is available under the brand’s commercial program. These vehicles are ideal for light delivery duties, sales routes, personal transportation, service operations, and other tasks that don’t require a truck or van.