1500 see style and tech updates; heavy duty line gets new towing equipment, 5th wheel package
As St. Louis’ No. 1 Silverado dealer, Jim Butler Chevrolet is excited to bring Missouri truck fans a preview of the most dependable, durable and long-lasting truck line for 2016.
For Chevy’s light duty Silverado 1500, slight exterior changes have been made including a redesigned hood and lights. Available features such as chrome and LED lighting are there for those who want it, and additional safety technologies such as Forward Collision Alert, Lane Keep Assist and IntelliBeam high beam assist.
The tech gets boosted for the 2016 Silverado 1500 as Apple CarPlay and the just-confirmed Android Auto will be available on more Chevys than any other brand — and that includes the 1500 and HD lines. Other available convenience features for the new model year include
Less chrome, streamlined grille design offer Chevrolet fans glimpse at newest edition pickup
With Chevrolet Silverado sales steamrolling, it only seems apt that Chevrolet would reveal its first official picture of the 2016 Silverado. Only the front fascia has been revealed so far, but from the photo we do know that it is a 1500 LTZ Z71 model. The sample truck shows off a few new details for the new model year. According to GM, the 2016 Chevy Silverado is expected to hit dealers such as Jim Butler Chevrolet this fall.
Overall, the 2016 Silverado 1500 portrays a more modern look while keeping an eye on the past with its improvements. Chrome was reduced on the exterior design for 2016, but this only adds to the Silverado’s retro feel. The facelift involves a single-headlight design combined with twin