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]