Two of Chevrolet’s popular SUVs, the Tahoe and the Suburban, are getting upgrades for 2022. These updates include additional technology and mechanical options, new infotainment improvements, and more standard safety features.
More Tahoe and Suburban trims now offer a 6.2-liter V8 engine that utilizes Dynamic Fuel Management technology, boosting engine efficiency in more driving conditions — even when a trailer is attached. Both SUVs now offer 13 different camera views with assistance for trailered vehicles. This includes the transparent trailer view, capable of helping you virtually “see through” a connected, compatible trailer for better handling and road safety. Other trailering views include a rear trailer view, a picture-in-picture side view, and a view inside the trailer with an available accessory camera.
LT trims and above now feature a standard 12.3-inch diagonal instrument cluster, making it easy to personalize driving information in a way that meets your needs. The same trims will also have Google built into their infotainment system with features like Google Assistant and Google Maps.
All 2022 Tahoe and Suburban models come with Front and Rear Park Assist and Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning. They also receive Buckle to Drive, which will not allow the vehicle to be shifted out of park if the driver or detected front passenger do not fasten their seat belts.
Everyone knows that the Chevrolet Colorado is a serious off-road beast. And everyone knows that Chevrolet is all about supporting American consumers and the American military. So, it should come as no surprise that GM is basing a brand new Infantry Squad Vehicle on the Chevrolet Colorado, and this impressive ride has specs that will get every off-road enthusiast excited.
The new infantry squad vehicle from GM Defense is based on the Chevrolet Colorado midsize pickup, specifically the ZR2 Bison trim. The new vehicle will be an exceptionally capable off-road truck able to take on the toughest conditions imaginable, thanks to a combination of commercially available and entirely custom parts, such as jounce shocks, Multimatic DSSV dampers, and custom underbody skid plates.
Under the hood, the new military-grade Chevy will boast an advanced 2.8-liter diesel engine. This will be much more than just a high-powered off-road vehicle, though. The new infantry squad vehicle will be spacious enough to carry nine soldiers and plenty of military gear while cruising at high speeds. The vehicle will also need to fit into a CH-47 Chinook helicopter, be sling-loaded by a Blackhawk helicopter, and tough enough to withstand some seriously rugged terrain.
While we won’t see such an incredible vehicle on normal roads anytime soon, the US Army hopes to get about 650 of these impressive squad vehicles sometime in 2020.
The Chevrolet Silverado is already a popular and impressive model, thanks to its powerful performance and capability. Now, Chevrolet is introducing the all-new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD, which has all the fantastic features of past models and more.
For the 2020 model year, the exterior of the Chevrolet
Silverado HD has new standard towing mirrors to make towing a breeze. The
mirrors have a forward-facing spot lamp, side-view mounted cameras and a
The truck’s bed has also been improved. The BedStep system makes
it easier for drivers to gain access to the bed. The available 120-volt power
outlet, available automatic two-speed transfer case and power up-and-down
liftgate also enhance the bed.
Two strong powertrains are available for the 2020 Silverado
HD. The standard 6.6-liter gasoline V8 engine pairs with a six-speed automatic
transmission to reach 401 horsepower and 464 lb-ft of torque. For an immense
amount of power, the 6.6-liter turbodiesel V8 engine pairs with a 10-speed
automatic transmission to achieve 445 horsepower and 910 lb-ft of torque.
We at Fuller Chevrolet GMC have proudly added the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD to our lot. Take the truck out for a test drive and try out the innovative new features for yourself.
Chevrolet made waves at the 61st annual
Daytona 500 this weekend when the brand brought the first-ever Chevrolet
Silverado pace truck to the track. Trucks have never before been used as the
opening pace car for the race, meaning the all-new 2019 Silverado made its mark
on history last month when two-time champion Dale Earnhardt, Jr. drove it
around the track.
The pace truck, equipped with a 6.2-liter V8 engine
under the hood, churned out a maximum 420 horsepower. However, that wasn’t the
most powerful Silverado to make its way to Daytona Beach. The new 2019
Chevrolet RST also debuted on the race track as part of the NASCAR Gander
Outdoors Truck Series. Based on the Chevrolet Silverado TrailBoss trim, the RST
is one of the most award-winning pickup trucks on the track to date.
The weekend of Feb. 13-15 was an exciting one
for NASCAR fans overall, but especially for the Chevrolet pickup truck lineup.
The event enabled the new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado pace truck to reach a wider
With a range of powerful engines and
off-roading features, there’s plenty of options to make the Silverado more
powerful and fun to drive. Stop by Fuller Chevrolet GMC Truck to experience the
Silverado truck firsthand.
The GMC Sierra 1500 debuted a refreshed design
last year, and now its big brother is next in line for an upgrade. The 2020
Sierra Heavy Duty pickup truck will feature many of the added technologies
found on its smaller sibling, but with all the capability and toughness
associated with the heavy-duty truck segment.
Some of these technologies included in the redesigned
GMC Sierra HD are the ProGrade Trailering System, rear-camera mirror, and
MultiPro six-function tailgate. Drivers who pair the exclusive trailering
system with the 6.6-liter Duramax diesel engine will find their truck capable
of towing up to 30,000 pounds. The engine option, mated to a 10-speed Allison
transmission, churns out 445 horsepower and 910 lb-ft of torque.
More information is still forthcoming about the GMC Sierra HD. We eagerly await information on a new gasoline engine, which is reportedly on the way. A video featuring the 2020 Sierra Denali HD equipped with the fifth-wheel towing package showed it hauling a 225,000-pound, 80-foor yacht, hinting that we may see a huge increase in towing capacity in the near future.
The new GMC Sierra HD will also see the
inclusion of new 2020 AT4 models, GMC’s off-road truck lineup. While the AT4
brand has been offered on the Sierra 1500 before, it will soon extend to the
2020 GMC Sierra HD.
If you’re interested in getting your hands on the next-gen Sierra 1500 or the 2019 Sierra HD let Fuller Chevrolet GMC Truck know.