Spotlight of the Month: Chevrolet Silverado

If you’re anything like us, you’re keeping up with the latest and greatest releases in the auto industry. We buy cars in Dallas so you can have cash in your hand to buy your next dream ride. Today, we feature another vOffer Spotlight of the Month, the Chevrolet Silverado. So when you decide to sell your car in Dallas, you can consider this new ride for your cruising and/or hauling vehicle.

2014 Chevrolet Silverado High Country (Image: usatoday.com)

While the Ford F-150 made some revolutionary changes to their 2015 model, it was the Chevrolet Silverado that took home the 2014 North American Truck of the Year award at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The exemplary heavy-duty truck features a rugged exterior while offering up a mighty smooth ride.

Appropriately, the Chevrolet Silverado was released at the State Fair of Texas in 2013, which is sponsored by Chevrolet. Now that the heavy duty truck has officially been released and reviewed by popular reviewers like Motor Trend and Car and Driver, we can get an even closer look at some of the features of the truck.

Motor trend had this to say about the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado:

For 2015, the powertrains of the Silverado HD and Sierra HD are unchanged. The gas-powered 360-hp 6.0- liter V-8 with 380 lb-ft of torque remains the base engine, while the 397-hp, 765 lb-ft 6.6-liter V-8 Duramax turbodiesel V-8 is optional. A bi-fuel (gas or CNG) version of the 6.0 liter V-8 is also available. GM says about two-thirds of all heavy-duty trucks are diesel-powered, and with more than 25 percent of all full-size trucks in the U.S. heavy-duty models, it looks like GM’s HD duo may have with it takes to stay competitive.

While Car and Driver had this to say about the truck overall:

The new Chevy has a chiseled profile of a classic pickup, with a blocky grille and sheetmetal reminiscent of GM’s iconic C/K pickups of the 1980s. Yet the on-road behavior of the four-door, four-wheel-drive models we drove was anything but old school. The independent torsion-bar front suspension is still exclusive to the segment, and when paired with the relatively quick and accurate steering, it lends a connected and confidence-inspiring feel to the helm. That’s important when you’re towing up to 19,600 pounds with the conventional hitch.

When you feel it’s time to sell a car in Dallas, consider the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado for an impressive heavy-duty track in nearly all aspects. And it you feel now is the time to make the change, especially while the 2014 DFW Auto Show is happening; we buy cars for cash in Dallas on the spot.