The new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado has been revealed last year and in this fall, it will be obtainable along with the more luxurious High Country trim line.
The new Silverado High Country, which presented as a Crew Cab, is famous from its outside by its unusual but great chrome grille along with the horizontal chrome bars, the halogen projector headlamps and also the color-coded bumpers. This Silverado High Country also comes with the standard 20inch chrome wheels that has been shod in the P275/55R20 all-season tires, in addition to the chrome body side moldings, the door handles and also mirrors.
When you step inside, you’ll find a very exclusive saddle brown cabin along with the heated and also cooled perforated premium leather front bucket seats together with the High Country logos on its headrests, the Chevrolet MyLink connectivity along with 8inch touchscreen, the Bose premium audio and also the rear park assist.
The standard engine for this Silverado High Country is the powerful 5.3-liter EcoTec 3 V8 delivering 355 horsepower and also a fuel economy of up to 23 mpg (10.2 l/100 km) highway intended for the 2WD models. Meanwhile, the Chevrolet’s all-new 6.2-liter EcoTec3 V8 is also obtainable. Both units gain the direct fuel injection, the Active Fuel Management and also continuously variable valve timing, and will be able to switch to 4-cylinder mode to save fuel when not all the power is required.
Instead of the 6.2 liter V8 engine, the optional equipment will be a chrome rear bumper along with the CornerStep, the integrated trailer brake controller, the sunroof, the navigation and also a rear-seat entertainment system. Moreover, Chevrolet also presents the magnificent High Country Premium Package comprising of the heated steering wheel, the driver alert package, the adjustable pedals and also the integrated trailer brake controller.
The prices of the stunning 2014 Silverado High Country hasn’t been revealed yet, but the latest model is predicted to be pricier than the previous Silverado LTZ, but it’ll be less expensive than the forthcoming GMC Sierra Denali.