Look at all these stunning paints and wheels! In addition to all the other improvements to the 1500 Silverado, it looks like 22-inch wheels are the major option to select – right after the $2,000 6.2-liter engine upgrade box.
The 2014 Chevrolet Silverado is now one of the cleanest and sharpest-styled trucks on the roads.
The new grille and lighting setup is only the start of the design changes for the Silverado 1500 lineup, which is available now with a variety of tempting Christmas promotions. (Stay tuned for Silverado V6 All-Star Edition details in an upcoming article).
We sampled a V6-powered model earlier in the Fall and were quite impressed with its easy step-in height and general refinement versus any previous Chevy truck in memory.
Pricing for the 1500 standard-cab trucks is about $24,000 – but the real price ranges for most crew cab shoppers starts about $10,000 above this level.
At the very peak of the new price list is the simply loaded and divine High Country specification. Deep tinted lighting and all the glass is only the first clue that this is a Denali-level machine.
Monochormatic paint finishes really clean up the styling, and there is no question how useful much of the standard equipment would be in daily life. So when a Z71 is just not loaded enough, the High Country is able to bring much of the Escalade’s refinement to Chevy loyalists.
2014 Chevrolet Silverado High Country – Photos
2014 Chevrolet Silverado High Country – Exterior Wheels and Paint Colors Visualizer
Here is a quick link to compare the trims side-by-side.