2014 Silverado High Country offers rugged luxurious power
It’s hard not to notice the new 2014 Silverado full-size pickup trucks Chevrolet has been churning out. The newest model of Chevrolet’s best-selling truck is the proud namesake to earn such awards as “most corrosion resistant vehicle,” and “Top Pickup” by Consumer Reports. Like replacing brand new tires on a car, or changing the oil on a car with zero miles, Chevrolet has outshined in the pickup division once again, with the introduction of the new 2014 Silverado High Country.
The full-size truck is meant to be the luxury version of the Silverado 1500, offering drivers the luxury feel of a pricy sedan, with all the power and capacity of a pick up. This is the first premium model truck for Chevrolet, and has been touted as the industry’s most capable in luxury pickups. Along with all the creature comforts one could ask for, the truck has the most powerful V-8 engine of any other truck on the market, which comes with an impressive 9,800 pound trailering rating. Heated and cooled premium leather bucket seats that feature the High Country logo come standard in the truck, as well as Chevrolet’s MyLink with an 8 inch touch screen, Bose premium audio, and rear/front park assist.
Such impressiveness and luxury comes at a cost – the truck starts at $45,100 for 2WD models with the standard 5.3L engine. Maria Rohrer is the Silverado marketing director, who says that, “Silverado High Country adds a higher degree of capability to the premium truck market and broadens the all-new Silverado’s lineup with a unique combination of exclusive features and purposeful technologies.” So if luxury and power is what you are looking for, you will find it in the Silverado High Country.