2019 Silverado Starts at $700 Less than Outgoing Model

Chevrolet today released pricing details for its 2019 Silverado and despite more standard content, some trims start lower than the trims they replace, while others start just a smidge higher.

Starting at $29,795, the regular cab long bed work truck, with GM’s new 2.7-liter turbo four costs $700 less than its 2018 equivalent.

Alternatively, though, a High Country with the 5.3-liter V8 starts at $1,000 more. That said, it does come with aero trickery for better fuel economy, safety features (like lane change alert), and Advanced Trailering System—among other additions—that the replaced model didn’t offer.

Chevy has also announced that it will offer the Z71 Off-road equipment package on all models. The trim (that’s standard on the Trail Boss model) comes with Rancho twin-tube shocks, hill descent control, skid plates, a heavy-duty air filter, 18-inch off-road tires, and more.

[tables by Chevrolet]