The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 of the new decade comes with no shortage of trim level options. That is if you count every possible configuration of cab size, box length, and drive type, the list of Silverado models gets too long to compare them reasonably. This blog post will just explore the different trim levels without sub-dividing them into further categories like available packages, and other aspects mentioned above.
The following is a simplified list of the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 trim levels:
- Work Truck (WT)
- Custom Trail Boss
- LT Trail Boss
- High Country
Work Truck and Trail Boss
The Work Truck trim level, as you might guess, is the lowest trim level. It does what it needs to do, but it’s not much to look at, nor is it big on internal comfort and technology. The trail boss variations on the Custom and LT specialize in off-road capability through raised suspensions and engines with boosted torque.
LT and LTZ
There may be three different versions of the LT, but don’t let that confuse you. The basic LT preserves the iconic look of the older Silverado models and reminds onlookers of the glory days of classic American trucks. With the addition of the “Z” the LT becomes a premium experience through its attention to detail; from the color-matched handles on the outside to the leather-wrapped steering wheel on the inside.
The High Country is the cream of the crop when it comes to Silverado pickups. The High Country has large, 20-inch wheels, powered tailgate, and LED headlights and running lights. The two-tone grille lets you know as soon as you see it, this is the reason the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 was built.
Learn More and Test Drive the New Silverado in Charlotte, NC
There is a lot more to learn about the eight different trim levels of the new Silverado. If you want to pick one up for yourself, be sure to contact a representative at Randy Marion Automotive in Charlotte, North Carolina. Our friendly sales staff is ready to help you test drive and pick out the right truck for you!