With all the excitement about the 2014 Chevy Silverado, and especially in Texas, where they get their own trim line, everyone is anxious to hop behind the wheel, and with good reason. This new Chevy truck means business and not just for heavy hauling either. It seems no holds were barred when creating this new version of the most popular Chevy product.
Before we get into the meat of what was done to make the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado such an amazing new addition to the Chevy lineup, let’s back track. It’s been several years of Chevy brewing this new breed of rigs. In the meantime, the Ford F-150 came out swinging hard and so did the Ram 1500. No one could figure out why the Silverado was starting to seem so lackluster. That’s because it takes time to create a work of art and that is exactly what was going on with the Silverado.
Critics haven’t been kind to the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado. They’ve complained about the styling, but hardcore Chevy truck fans are loving it from the aggressive front fascia all the way back. It hosts the new EcoTec3 engine that actively manages fuel by dropping from a V8 to a V4. This gives drivers all the power they need when they need it, but not when they don’t so they can save some pennies at the pumps. There is about 355 horsepower and 383 pound feet of torque to pull just about anything you can load into the back or hitch up for the ride.
The interior of the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado is rugged, yet surprisingly luxurious. Of course all the latest technology is featured and just a bit more room for comfortable road trips. Overall, this should be the truck to beat in the full size truck sales arena.