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  1. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Ram and Ford have both unveiled their latest heavy-duty pickup trucks and now it's Chevrolet's turn to strike back. The bow-tie brand rolled out its redesigned 2020 Silverado HD at the factory where it's built in Flint, Michigan. Longer, wider and taller than before with a wheelbase that's been...
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    While Chevy is busy preparing a new HD pickup for 2020, the 2019 model soldiers on with few modifications. The most visually arresting of the changes they have made? The Tribute Edition, shown here. Available on four-wheel-drive crew cab models of the 2500HD with a standard box and LTZ trim...
  3. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Production of crew cab and double cab variants of GM's full-size 2019 pickups is already underway, but the automaker won't fully turn off the taps on the older-generation models until after the middle of next year. GM provided a run-down of its pickup production plans Wednesday, assuring those...
  4. Automotive Industry & GM News
    General Motors is particularly proud of their new Sierra and Silverado. GMC has had pricing details on their site for ages. Now, it is Chevy's turn. The least expensive 2019 Silverado is a double-cab 2WD work truck with the standard-length bed. It sets an opening bid of $33,695. Checking the...
  5. Automotive Industry & GM News
    The EPA estimates that the rear-wheel-drive, four-cylinder Silverado will be able to achieve 23 mpg on the highway and 20 mpg in the city, for a combined rating of 21 mpg. That marks a less than stellar improvement over the 2018 RWD 4.3-liter V6, which despite having two more cylinders and two...
  6. Motorsports & Racing News
    The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series' only Canadian stop has become one of the series' many reliable agents of chaos. Held at a largely unchanged Grand Prix track designed in the early '60s (now known as Canadian Tire Motorsport Park), the race has delivered last-lap insanity for the past two...
  7. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Rear axle steering. It's one of those features that has popped up a few times over the years but was usually ahead of its time. Or at least ahead of the complexity required and the engineering cost to make it reliable. But that hasn't stopped automakers from trying it. Over and over and over...
  8. Automotive Industry & GM News
    The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado offers world-class ride and handling characteristics. But how did GM engineers deliver this refinement without sacrificing durability or capability? Well, let's start from square one. The truck features a brand-new, fully boxed steel frame that's about 88 pounds (40...
  9. Automotive Industry & GM News
    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...
  10. Automotive Industry & GM News
    The half-ton segment is getting its first turbo-four in 2019 thanks to the new Chevrolet Silverado. Standard on the LT and the RST models, the 2.7-liter inline four will churn out a respectable 310 hp and 348 lb-ft of torque. That's not an insignificant step up over the 4.3-liter V6, which only...
  11. Automotive Industry & GM News
    We've taken a peek at the official dealer order guide for the upcoming 2019 Chevrolet Silverado, revealing all sorts of details including specs for the trick new LT Trail Boss. Chevy quite literally dropped the new 2019 Silverado on us in December at the Texas Motor Speedway from a helicopter...
  12. Global Chevrolet News
    The new 2019 Silverado is on the way, which means changes to General Motors' Oshawa plant to make the new trucks, right? Not just yet. Automotive News reports that the Oshawa, Ontario plant is going to keep building the current truck "for the foreseeable future". In typical GM fashion, the old...
  13. Automotive Industry & GM News
    General Motors, the company that ran a campaign criticizing Ford for moving away from steel on its F-Series, is expected to implement carbon fiber in the beds of large pickup trucks within two years. Hopefully, the wait gives consumers time to forget some rather negative ads that bemoaned the...
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