Silverado Trims & Technologies
The Silverado is offered in several trims: Work Truck, LS, Custom, LT, LTZ and High Country. Depending on which model you purchase, you can get the truck in three cab styles - two-door regular cab, four-door extended cab and crew cab - as well as with either 6.5-foot-long standard bed or an 8-foot-long bed. Two and four-wheel drive configurations are also offered across the lineup.
With the Work Truck model, buyers will get to take advantage of cruise control, Bluetooth, vinyl floor covering and front tow hooks when paired with a 4WD configuration. Move to the LS and you get chrome bumpers, a chrome grille, deep-tinted glass, heated mirrors and OnStar. The Custom model is similar to the LS and also comes with 20-inch chrome wheels, front tow hooks and special exterior trim.
LT versions of the 2018 Chevy Silverado in Decatur receive front buckets seats in double and crew cab models, wireless phone charging, HD radio, vinyl floor mats and a tailgate damper. Step up to the LTZ and you get a heavy-duty locking rear differential, a trailer hitch, remote engine start and a seven-pin wiring harness connector, while the High Country adds on a spray-in bedliner, chrome side step rails and a heated steering wheel.
You can even tack on select packages, such as the Z71, which comes with a heavy-duty air cleaner, recovery hooks, hill descent control and special shock absorbers.