GM Debuts Two New Truck Trims in Detroit

Luke Vandezande
by Luke Vandezande
gm debuts two new truck trims in detroit

General Motors is showcasing two new trim levels for its trucks at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.

Chevrolet is offering the Silverado “Custom Sport” trim level for the 2016 model year, adding bumpers, a grille surround and chrome accented grille that all match the body color. The package also includes 20-inch chrome wheels along with door handles and mirror caps and body-side molding also finished in chrome. The package will cost between $1,950 and $2,950 and is reserved for LT or LTZ versions of the Silverado. Despite the name, Chevrolet isn’t adding any sort of noteworthy performance upgrades as a part of the package.

2015 Detroit Auto Show Coverage

GMC also debuted a special truck package in Detroit this week for the new Canyon mid-size pickup that it calls the “Nightfall” edition for SLE crew cab models. The trim package mostly blacks out the body and adds polished exhaust tips and 18-inch wheels. The package also includes a remote starter and automatic climate control.

GALLERY: Silverado Custom Sport

GALLERY: GMC Canyon Nightfall Edition

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