Truck enthusiasts can agree, there is just something special about driving a Chevy pickup. March is devoted solely to these enthusiasts – known around the Chevy community as Truck Month. So what better way to celebrate this than taking a ride in the all-new Chevy Silverado? See exactly how the Silverado stacks up against top competitors- and wins.
Silverado Power and Performance
The 2014 Chevy Silverado beats out both the 2014 Ford F-150 and 2014 Ram 1500 in towing capacity when comparably equipped. The Silverado pulls a class-leading 11,500 lbs while the F-150 and Ram come up a little bit short. So when towing the camper for a summer trip or taking the boat out to the lake, remember, the Silverado has you covered.
Silverado Fuel Economy
Although you want a truck that is powerful and tough, fuel economy is an important factor. The Silverado posts better highway fuel economy with a V8 engine than both of its truck competitors. Save a little more fuel but don’t skimp on anything else with the New Silverado.
If you’re hauling a family alongside that boat of yours, you’re looking for safety. The 2014 Silverado is the only truck in its class to post a 5 Star Overall Safety Rating as dictated by the NHTSA. It’s safe, economic, and a heck of a hauler – what more could you ask for?
To catch a Truck Month deal, stop by Fred Caldwell Chevrolet in Clover, SC. We’ve got plenty of Silverados in stock that are just ready to starting working hard so you don’t have to.