Monster Stickers Not Included: Chevrolet Offering “Black Out” Package for Silverado Work Truck
2015 Chevrolet Silverado
In the modern full size-pick-up world, the poor base/work truck versions are seldom spoken of, overshadowed by $50,000- leather - over - Laramies and chromed Platinums. But they are not entirely forgotten--only look at Ram, which is churning out fascinating takes on the foundation-truck subject such as Tradesman and the Express.
It is always pleasant when an option bundle's name with what that bundle really comes synchronizes perfectly with. Naturally, the Silverado's design quotient is suitably elevated by this past the standard Work Truck's steel-wheels-and-plastic-fenders appear, plus it costs only $1595. For some reason, the availability of the bundle is limited by Chevy to regular cab and crew cab versions (no extended cab!) and does not make the Silverado's discretionary 5.3-liter V8 standard.
On the reverse side, that keeps the cost low, using the least-expensive regular cab WT equipped controlling only $28,895.
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