See the Newly Release MSRP on the 2019 Silverado 4500HD
Chevrolet recently announced the manufacturer suggested retail price for the 2019 Silverado Chassis Cab trucks as starting at $48,465. This includes the $1,495 destination charge, but excludes taxes, title, and additional dealer fees. Even though this truck isn’t in production until later this year, you can talk to a team member today about securing yours today.
“These new Silverado chassis cabs are a great addition to our lineup because we can now offer small businesses and large fleets a truck that can be upfitted to do many jobs including construction, utility, and landscape work, tow truck operations, first responder calls, and more,” said Ed Peper, U.S. vice president, GM Fleet. “Chevrolet was obsessed with making these Silverado trucks easy to upfit, drive, and own.”
The Silverado Chassis Cab uses a Duramax 6.6-liter diesel engine that produces 350 horsepower and 700 pound-feet of torque. The Allison transmission comes with a power take off option so you can power auxiliary equipment. This Silverado will be available in two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive.
To make the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado Chassis Cab trucks more customizable, chevy designed the frame with one-piece straight rails and no rivets or brackets on top to interfere with the mounting of custom-made bodies. There are no obstacles to work around helping save time and money during the upfit process. Even better, there will be more frame lengths to choose from so you can get the truck you need.
Chevy designed the 2019 Silverado 4500HD to be easy to service, with a clamshell hood and a wheel cut of up to 50 degrees to give technicians better access to the engine than trucks with conventional hoods.
Optional equipment includes a twin-tank fuel capacity of up to 65 gallons, a factory-installed air suspension, and a full suite of available connectivity, including OnStar, Commercial Link, and a built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi hot spot.
“Bucket truck builders, fleet managers and many other customers told us they face a dilemma when their GVWR needs exceed 19,500 pounds,” said John Schwegman, director of Commercial Product and Medium Duty at GM Fleet. “Some pay for expensive aluminum bodies to save weight so they can stay with a Class 5 chassis. Others may spend $10,000 or more to purchase a larger truck with much more GVWR than they need. The Silverado 6500HD gives them capability and protects their bottom line. It’s a great solution.”
Talk to a Garber team member today about locking in your new work truck or truck fleet and get more with a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 4500HD. See our current inventory of Silverado trucks and browse for your new workforce member.
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