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The ’23 Silverado HD is available in 2500 and 3500 payload configurations. All cab styles (regular, double, and crew) can be paired with either a standard or long bed. The 2500 is made in five trims (WT, LT, Custom, LTZ, and High Country), while the 3500 is offered in all of those except for Custom. While the 2500 LTZ can be ordered as a double cab or a crew cab, the 3500 LTZ can only be purchased as a crew cab. The crew cab is also the only option with the High Country.
A 6.6-liter V8 engine making 401 hp and 464 lb.-ft. of torque is the standard source of power in all trims, but Chevy’s 6.6-liter Duramax Turbo-Diesel V8 (445 hp and 910 lb.-ft. of torque) is optional. The non-diesel is matched to a six-speed automatic transmission, whereas the Duramax pairs with the Allison 10-speed automatic. Rear-wheel drive is the default in most trims, but four-wheel drive – which comes standard in the High Country – is available.
The 2023 Silverado 2500 with the gas-powered 6.6-liter V8 and conventional trailer hitch has a maximum towing capacity of 14,500 pounds. With the fifth-wheel gooseneck, it can tow up to 17,370 lb. The same configuration but with the Duramax Turbo-Diesel can handle up to 18,500 lb. with both the conventional and gooseneck hitches. Silverado 3500s outfitted with the 6.6-liter V8 and conventional hitch have a towing max of 16,800 lb.; with the Duramax, they top out at 20,000 lb. With the gooseneck, the 3500 with the 6.6-liter V8 reaches its towing limit at 17,200 lb. Finally, the 3500 with the gooseneck and diesel pairing gets a substantial towing increase: it can pull as much as 36,000 lb.
The Silverado HD also gets a roster of game-changing trailering technologies, including a class-leading 15-angle camera system with a bed view, a rear side-view, and a rear trailer view with a trailer-angle indicator. A jack-knife alert system and a trailer-length indicator (which helps with lane changes) are also provided. To top it off, the 2023 Silverado HD offers the segment-first Advanced Trailering System, which features customizable trailer profiles, a pre-departure checklist, trailer maintenance reminders, security alerts, and electrical diagnostics.
Regarding payload, the ’23 Silverado HD 2500 with the 6.6-liter gas V8 and RWD has a maximum capacity of 3,979 lb. With 4WD, the payload limit decreases slightly to 3,965 lb. The RWD and 4WD 2500 with the Duramax has a payload limit of 3,715 lb. If you opt for the 3500 with the 6.6-liter gas V8 and RWD, payload tops out at 7,442 lb. With 4WD, though, the payload threshold caps at 7,145 lb. The Silverado 3500 with the Duramax and RWD pairing allows for 6,523 lb. of payload, but with 4WD, the payload limit decreases to 6,196 lb.
The WT supplies lots of specialized features that are appreciated in a pickup, like vertical trailering mirrors, cab-mounted cargo lights, a dozen cargo tie-down hooks, integrated bed steps, a 12-volt power outlet, two USB ports, and a 40/20/40-split front bench seat with covered armrest storage. The LT adds power-adjustable trailering mirrors, an EZ-lift tailgate, deep-tinted rear glass, remote keyless entry, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The Custom doesn’t have the EZ-lift tailgate or the leather steering wheel, but it gets all-terrain tires and rear AC vents.
The LTZ builds off the LT and Custom with LED exterior lights (including fog lights), auto-dimming mirrors (side and rearview), a heated steering wheel, heated and power-adjustable front seats with driver’s position memory, perforated leather upholstery, extra power outlets (one 12-volt and two 120-volt), second-row USB charging ports, push-button and remote ignition, and dual-zone automatic climate control.
The fully stocked High Country tops the range with factory-installed assist steps, a cargo area with LED lights and a spray-on bedliner, a power up/down tailgate, an 8-inch driver information display, a universal home remote, a wireless charger, and ventilated front seats. Many of the less expensive trims qualify for those more deluxe amenities through the Silverado HD’s various packages. Other notable options include a 15-inch head-up display (for the LTZ and High Country) and Chevy’s six-function Multi-Flex tailgate.
Chevy offers an abundance of confidence-inspiring driver assist technologies for the ‘23 Silverado HD. The WT and Custom are eligible for the Safety Confidence Package (forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking). The Safety Package for the LT and LTZ has front and rear parking sensors, lane change and side blind-zone alert, rear cross-traffic alert, and perimeter lighting. The LTZ and High Country qualify for the Safety Package II, which contains forward collision warning, lane departure warning, automatic emergency braking, automatic high beams, a following distance indicator, and a safety alert seat. A surround-view camera is available for the LTZ but standard in the High Country.
The WT and Custom come with an infotainment system that includes a 7-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and Bluetooth hands-free phone and audio streaming; however, while the WT gets a two-speaker sound system, the Custom’s has six speakers. The LT also has the two-speaker sound system, along with an 8-inch touchscreen with SiriusXM satellite radio and an onboard Wi-Fi hotspot. The LTZ’s setup gains voice recognition and wireless smartphone connect, which is optional for the LT. At the top of the range, the High Country is equipped with integrated navigation and a high-end seven-speaker Bose audio system that includes a Richbass subwoofer.
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