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The most recent generation of the Chevy Silverado 1500 debuted with the 2019 model year. This brought a completely redesigned platform, with a lighter and larger body, roomier cab, and new engines, including a diesel and a gasoline 4-cylinder. Improving one of the best-selling trucks in America wasn’t easy, but Chevy managed to build on its reputation for strong performance, reliability, and convenient and comfortable interiors. Also new for the fourth-generation Silverado 1500 was improved infotainment tech and towing tech. The 2020 model year saw expanded towing and safety tech and best-in-class towing capabilities.
The third-generation Chevy Silverado 1500 stands out for its increased power and new technology. This generation debuted with the 2014 model year. You’ll find a powerful 6.2-liter V8, as well as a base engine that increased its horsepower from 195 hp to 285 hp. In terms of tech, a revised steering system simplified tuning and refined the suspension and handling. Fuel economy also benefited from the new technology with cylinder deactivation, and four-wheel drive was now available across all models. The body was also lighter due to the use of more aluminum and high-strength steel.
The second generation of the Chevy Silverado 1500 ran from 2007–2013 and featured more trim levels than previously offered, giving buyers more choices, with five trims. Here you’ll find modern conveniences such as keyless entry and cruise control, as well as improved fuel economy. You’ll also find big V8 engines, such as the 6.0-liter and 6.2-liter Vortec engines. FlexFuel technology was new for this generation as well as electronic stability control, navigation, and four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes. The first generation, which was released in 1999, was based on the GMT 800 platform and was the first pickup truck with an automatic transmission with a tow/haul mode.