If you are searching for a powerful family vehicle for hauling cargo around Anniston, the new Chevy Silverado 2500 suits that purpose. This heavy-duty pickup truck can tow up to 18,500 lbs if adequately equipped. What's more, it packs a host of advanced trailering technology to make your drive as smooth as possible. If you are still unsure whether this is the right pickup truck for your needs, here are the top reasons why the Silverado 2500 is a good investment.

An Immense Performance

The Silverado 2500 comes with a standard gas-powered, 6.6-liter V8 engine paired with a six-speed automatic transmission to produce an incredible 401 hp and 464 lb-ft of torque. You also have an option to choose a naturally-spirited 6.6-liter turbodiesel V8 engine paired with a smooth-to-shift 10-speed automatic transmission. This engine produces a stunning 445 hp and 910 lb-ft of torque. The two engines are compatible with either am RWD or AWD, and each can be mounted to the single-or-dual rear-wheel axle.

Even if you plan to drive around Jacksonville, AL while towing a couple of tons, the capability bossed by the two powertrains will unquestionably impress you. The combination of the gas engine and six-speed automatic transmission works perfectly to regulate the truck's speed, which is helpful when towing on steep terrains. The mighty power and effortless transmission of the 6.6-liter turbodiesel V8 engine offer an incredible level of security and confidence when moving around mountains. The gas-powered Silverado 2500 can tow up to 17,400 lbs, while its diesel counterpart can pull up to 36,000 lbs.

Spacious Cabin

The Silverado 2500's cabin space is roomier than what you would expect from a pickup truck. An overhaul performed a couple of years ago saw an increase in the truck's rear-seat space, which was essential as the vehicle felt a bit confined previously. Now, even tall passengers can sit upright and extend their legs without feeling restricted. Even with the inclusion of the extensive center armrest and large dashboard, you still have comfortable space for long trips around Gadsden.

The Innovative 15-View Camera System

Silverado 2500 flaunts valuable camera views to help you tow with confidence. This truck comes with eight cameras that provide you with 15 unique views. The new model adds extra dynamic trailering features like Trailer Length Indicator, Jack-Knife Alert, and a Trailer Angle Indicator with guidelines. The four available hitch views give you a precise alignment when connecting a trailer. For example, the rear top-down view displays the clearance between the nearby objects and the truck bed, the surround-view provides a top-down bird's view of the vehicle's surroundings, while the bed view gives you an exceptional view of the cargo bed. What's more, it packs six available driving views to view the objects around the trailer and truck. The included five parking views, on the other hand, help you to navigate along curbs and through tight parking lots easily.

Valuable In-built Safety Features

Chevrolet aims at producing safe vehicles, and the Silverado 2500 is not an exception. As a result, Chevy equips most Silverado 2500 trims with standard and advanced driver-assist to boost your security while driving around Anniston. The features include a parking assist system that alerts you when the trucks get too close to objects, a rear cross-traffic alert, a lane-change alert, blind-spot monitoring, and automatic emergency braking.

An Innovative Multi-Flex Tailgate

All trim levels come with a Multi-Flex tailgate that features six different functionalities to help you load, unload, and access the cargo bed flawlessly. These functionalities include:

  • Primary Gate: It opens from the key fob.
  • Primary Gate Load Stop: It stops long items from sliding out of the truck’s bed.
  • Full-Width Step: It folds the inner gate into a large step to let you access the cargo bed easily.
  • Easy Access: It folds down the inner gate to enable you to reach farther into the bed.
  • Inner Gate with Work Surface: This opens to give you a place for a laptop or blueprint.
  • Inner Gate Load Stop: It prevents second-tier stuff from sliding out of the truck’s bed.
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