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Latest model: Chevrolet Silverado 2012
Chevrolet Silverado bolsters its position as the segment's most capable and diverse lineup with improvements for 2012 that enhance look, convenience and connectivity.
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New front-end designs, available heated/cooled seatings (LTZ models) and a special White Diamond Edition improve look and convenience, and a new navigation radio provides on connectivity. It provides an revised display and integrated hard drive that eliminates the need for discs with map information. Chevrolet Silverado also provides segment-exclusive Onstar and Siriusxm radio, as well as Bluetooth and USB connectivity - and a dealer-installed Wi-fi system.
With the exception of Hybrid models, all Chevrolet Silverado 1500s now option Trailer Sway Control and Hill Start Assist as part of the Stabilitrak electronic stability control system, enhancing performance under a variety of driving and trailering conditions.
Silverado's dependable V-8 performance, highly competitive fuel efficiency, and broad range of models continue to have a strong appeal to truck buyers, and Chevrolet Silverado sales were up 7 percent via July of this year, explained Maria Rohrer, Chevrolet Truck marketing director. The changes for 2012 improve the rugged and capable Chevrolet Silverado with a fresh, revised layout and available navigation radio and Wi-fi systems that can make driving more comfortable and enjoyable.