The new Silverado 1500 delivers fully revamped interiors for all trim levels LT and above, including a new instrument panel and a standard 13.4-inch diagonal color touchscreen. These trims will also get standard Google built-in for access to Google apps such as Maps and Assistant.
Chevy has made updates to the exterior as well. A new front fascia is accompanied by daytime running lamps with walk up and walk away functions. And two engine options, the 2.7-liter Turbo High-Output and the 3.0-liter Duramax® turbo-diesel, are more powerful than on the outgoing model.
The most exciting thing about the 2022 Silverado, though, is the addition of the ZR2 trim. The ZR2 has made the Chevy Colorado one of the best off-roaders on the market, and now the Silverado gets to join the ranks, with a standard 6.2-liter V8 engine, Multimatic DSSV™ dampers, and an upgraded suspension.
The Silverado ZR2 is packed with smart off-roading tech like Terrain Mode, a calibration you can easily switch into that allows one-pedal rock crawling. Special tires, skid plates, front bumper, front and rear e-lockers, and even springs work together to make the Chevy Silverado ZR2 the perfect truck for hitting the trails.
Looking forward to checking out the new Silverado 1500? You won’t have to wait long — it’s expected to arrive this spring here at Fuller Chevrolet GMC Truck in Rockland, Maine.
At Fuller Chevrolet GMC Truck in Rockland, Maine, we’re gearing up to welcome the refreshed 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500. When it arrives, the latest Silverado will boast exciting new off-road features, technologies, and design elements — making an already great truck even more dominant.
The 2022 Silverado 1500 will show off a new look, both inside and out. The exterior will receive a thorough makeover that should make it even more handsome and muscular, while the interior will get even more refined. The cabin is also likely to get a new touch screen and a remodeled console and dashboard.
New for 2022, the Silverado 1500 lineup is welcoming an off-road ZR2 trim. If it’s anything like the Colorado ZR2, the Silverado ZR2 will boast rugged shocks, a special suspension and boosted ground clearance, and all-terrain gear like tow hooks and skid plates.
One of the most exciting new features for the Silverado 1500 is GM Super Cruise™ technology. With the latest version of this incredibly advanced system, you’ll be able to drive hands-free on thousands of miles of highway, change lanes automatically, and much more.
We’ll know more about the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 very soon, including when it will arrive here at Fuller Chevrolet GMC Truck.
Chevrolet’s newest innovative truck feature, the Multi-Flex tailgate, debuted last year on the Silverado 1500. Now, the 2022 Silverado 2500HD and 3500HD will offer this handy six-function tailgate as an option for heavy-duty pickup buyers as well.
The Multi-Flex Tailgate includes half a dozen different functions designed to improve loading, unloading, and access for the Silverado HD’s cargo box. The inner gate provides a standing work surface and has a load stop that prevents stacked items from sliding out of the bed. When the inner gate folds into a large step, it has a weight capacity of 375 pounds. You can then fold the inner gate down for closer, easier access to the bed.
The Multi-Flex Tailgate’s primary gate also includes a load stop to keep extra-long items from items. And as with any traditional tailgate, the primary gate folds down so you can easily load your Silverado HD.
With the addition of the innovative Multi-Flex Tailgate, the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado HD helps you work smarter, not harder. You can simply activate the Multi-Flex Tailgate configurations with your key fob or two buttons on the tailgate. The instrument panel even includes a power tailgate button for easier control.
Test the functions of the Multi-Flex Tailgate — and the rest of the 2022 Silverado HD — for yourself when you visit Fuller Chevrolet GMC Truck in Rockland, Maine.
Electric vehicles continue to take the automotive industry by storm. GM recently joined the party by announcing an electric Chevrolet Silverado.
As Chevrolet’s first full-size battery-powered pickup truck, this new electrified Chevy Silverado will combine GM’s innovative electric technology with Chevrolet’s iconic pickup design. With both retail and fleet versions of the model, the electric Chevy Silverado will appeal to loyal Chevy truck buyers, new electric drivers, and businesses alike.
When fully charged, the electric Chevy Silverado is estimated to deliver over 400 miles of zero-emissions driving. The full-size truck will be powered by GM’s exclusive Ultium batteries, which also power the GMC Hummer EV SUV and truck.
These fuel cells are produced in Lordstown, Ohio, at the new Ultium Cells LLC facility. The electric truck itself will be built at GM’s Factory ZERO assembly plant in Michigan. The facility pushes the boundaries of a zero-emissions future as GM’s first EV-only assembly plant. By producing EVs such as the Hummer, new Silverado, and upcoming Cruise Origin, Factory ZERO continues to pave the way for an exciting and electrified world.
While we wait for more details about this latest addition to the Chevy lineup, you can get behind the wheel of the 2021 Silverado pickup when you visit Fuller Chevrolet GMC Truck in Rockland, Maine.
The 2021 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD is the perfect truck for those who want improved towing capacity, payload, and performance. The 2021 model year comes with several updates and innovations, including trailering technology and up to 36,000 pounds in maximum towing.
The Silverado 3500HD can tow up to 36,000 pounds when you select the Work Truck trim with a regular cab, dual-rear-wheel configuration, and two-wheel drive. You’ll also need to opt for the Max Tow Package and the 6.6-liter Duramax Diesel engine, which comes paired with a 10-speed heavy-duty Allison transmission. The 3500HD can also carry an impressive 7,442 pounds in payload, and it has 83.5 cubic feet of cargo volume with the long-bed model.
Towing technologies have been upgraded for the 2021 model year as well, which includes up to 15 camera views to make navigating easier than ever. You’ll also find a segment-first Advanced Trailering System, which comes with customized trailer profiles and improved connectivity via the myChevrolet Mobile App, with pre-departure checklists, lighting diagnostics, maintenance reminders, and trailer tire pressure/temperature monitoring.
Additionally, the Silverado HD has several tools for towing. There’s StabiliTrak® with Electronic Stability Control, a selectable Tow/Haul mode, and available Digital Variable Steering Assist. This is also complemented by Auto Grade Braking to keep you in control on steep surfaces.
Don’t wait – check out the Silverado 3500HD today at Fuller Chevrolet GMC Truck in Rockland, Maine.
The 2021 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 offers even more functionality with the addition of the new Multi-Flex Tailgate, along with increased capability to make trailering even easier. The 2021 Silverado is on track to be the most versatile Silverado to ever hit the road.
The Multi-Flex Tailgate has six opening functions that make bed access easier and offers many loading options. The tailgate has a load capacity of 375 pounds, and you can configure it into a bench or step. You can even use it to extend bed length and stack heavy objects like lumber and cement blocks. You can also use the bed as a work desk with LED lighting and a 120-volt outlet for plugging in tools or charging electronics. The Multi-Flex Tailgate will be available on all 2021 Silverado 1500 models.
Improved efficiency engines and trailering technology
The 2021 Silverado has upped the trailering capability for the 2.7-liter Turbo and 3.0-liter Duramax turbo-diesel engines. The 2.7-liter mill can tow up to 9,600 pounds, while the turbo-diesel engine now maxes out at 9,500 pounds. On top of that, new alerts for trailer length and jack-knifing have been added to the trailering package, along with enhanced views of the bed and sides of the truck.
If you stay on the pulse of all things pickup, you probably know that the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra are frequently updated to stay fresh for truck lovers with evolving capability and technology needs. According to the industry insiders, the two beloved General Motors trucks have some major updates on the way.
Initial rumblings about updates to the trucks actually predicted that the changes would be for the 2021 model year. Unfortunately, due to global supply chain and production issues that affected the automaker, the refresh is now expected for the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra.
For those curious about what changes might be coming to the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado and 2022 GMC Sierra trucks, GM Authority suggests looking no further than the recent updates made to the newest Chevrolet Suburban and GMC Yukon. These models were refreshed for 2021 and include a number of high-tech features and luxury touches.
While similarities between the recent Suburban/Yukon updates and the upcoming Silverado/Sierra refresh are only rumored for now, it’s likely a safe bet to assume there will be some similarities. The Suburban and Yukon were upgraded to include new features like a heads-up display, 10-inch touchscreen infotainment centers, and an all-digital instrument panel.
Keep up with Fuller Chevrolet GMC Truck to be the first to know about updates to the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado and 2022 GMC Sierra.
Both the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and the Chevrolet Colorado were recently named to the list of the 13 Best Trucks for Towing. Compiled every year by U.S. News and World Report, this list considers the towing capability of every truck on the market, calculating which is best for those who demand top-tier performance when towing and hauling. Given their legacy of quality, it’s no surprise the 2020 Silverado and Colorado each earned a spot on the list.
The 2020 Colorado will tow up to 7,700 pounds when equipped with an impressive 2.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. This is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, offering the best towing capacity among any midsize truck on the market. Plus, it’s remarkably efficient, which saves you money at the pump.
The Silverado has an impressive 13,400-pound towing capacity, which is also best in its class for light-duty full-size trucks – including the Ford F-150 and Ram 1500. The Silverado 1500 has an optional 6.2-liter V8 engine that generates a whopping 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. This is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission, while features such as four-wheel drive, a Max Trailering Package, and twenty-inch wheels also improve performance.
Chevrolet also offers several trailering safety systems on newer model years. The Technology Package comes with up to 15 camera views to make it easier to hitch a trailer and to see around your vehicle as you reverse. There’s also Trailer Sway Control, Hill Start Assist, and Auto Grade braking, and even an available app to make trailering easier.
GM trucks are laps ahead of the competition thanks to the longstanding popularity of the GMC Sierra and the sudden resurgence of the Chevrolet Silverado. GM has solidified its status as the best manufacturer of pickup trucks no matter your needs.
While competitors such as Fiat Chrysler’s Ram and the Ford F-150 have respectable popularity, the reputation of GM trucks outstrips them. The sales of the GMC Sierra outpaced those of the Ram, and impressive 2020 sales have moved the Chevrolet Silverado past both the Ford F-150 and the Ram to join the Sierra and give GM the crown in the pickup market.
A manufacturing transition led to lower sales for GM in early 2019. The new truck architecture developed by GM may have slowed down production, but despite the hiccup, GM still manufactured 807,923 full-size trucks throughout the entire year. A total of 197,743 full-size trucks were built by the auto manufacturer in the first quarter of 2020, giving it a lead over Ford.
GM trucks have earned a reputation for reliability, strength, and versatility. Want to see why the Chevrolet Silverado and the GMC Sierra have become the nation’s most beloved trucks? Contact us to learn more about these outstanding models.
Some of the things that made these medium-duty trucks impressive were their 50-degree maneuverability, the ease of maintenance thanks to their forward-tilting engines, and connectivity features like Apple CarPlay® and Wi-Fi® to make your truck into a mobile office.
The newest features for next year’s trucks include things like a new maximum gross combined weight for better hauling capacities. It will be up 23 percent from the 2020 model, jumping from 23,500 pounds to a massive 37,000 pounds. The mechanical locking rear axle will also provide better handling on loose and slippery worksite surfaces.
Extended mirror arms will help with visibility, making maneuvering of long or wide upfitted trucks easier. The new Silverados also boast upfitting updates. The shortest wheelbase models now have longer axle-to-end-of-frame options, which allow for more upfit possibilities.
The engine has some new features. An auxiliary switch bank is available for six more upfit switches. And its power take-off capabilities are accessible from the right and the left side, adding ease and convenience.