Chevy Announces Prices for 2020 Silverado HD Models
Base price for Silverado 2500HD starts at $35,700, and all HD models come with towing mirrors standard.
We’re only a week away from the arrival of the first 2020 Silverado HD models at select dealerships in the United States, according to GM Authority. Soon, construction sites, big farms, and race shops will have a new hauler in their fleets to handle the toughest jobs around.
If you’re undecided as to whether or not you need or want the newest heavy Chevy truck on the block, though, then Car and Driver has some news for you. According to the magazine, Chevrolet has just announced pricing on the Silverado 2500HD and 3500HD models.
While Car and Driver says the configurator isn’t ready to play yet, you can buy a Silverado 2500HD Work Truck with a regular cab and a long bed, plus the all-new 401-horsepower 6.6-liter V8 with six-speed automatic for just $35,695 without adding anything else. Those seeking a little more comfort and flair, but also wanting the basic cab/bed combo can an extra $2,900 (for a total of $39,595) for the LT trim.
Once into the higher trim levels of the Silverado 2500HD, the regular cab/long bed combo goes away, replaced with crew cabs across the board, no matter what bed you choose (though long beds will add $200 to the overall price tag). The Custom starts off at $42,395, while the LTZ can be had at $52,095, and the top-of-the-line High Country begins at $62,695. You can also pick up crew-cab versions of the Work Truck and LT for $39,895 and $43,395, respectively.
Over on the Silverado 3500HD side, you can pick up the regular cab/long bed Work Truck and LT trims for $36,895 and $40,795. Duallys are available only with the crew-cab trims, all of which are long-bed models, ranging from $42,495 for the Work Truck, to $65,295 for the High Country trim; the Custom trim is not available on the 3500HD.
Should you want to add the Duramax 6.6-liter turbo-diesel/10-speed Allison combo to your Silverado HD of choice, pricing for that option has yet to be announced, though Car and Driver says the 2019 2500HD could be had with the diesel for an additional $9,395 on top of whatever trim was chosen. As a bonus, the 10-speed Allison automatic is an all-new unit with integrated power takeoff.