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Vastly improved interior, ZR2 is more useful off-road than Raptor/TRX, diesel is still excellent


Exterior still heavy-handed, ride can be rough in lower trims, diesel is still pricey

Bottom Line

The Silverado has returned to class-competitive status, with strong cabin quality and arguably the best gas engine lineup in the segment.

2024 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD High Country Review

I am not the target audience for the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD High Country. At least, not yet.

The market isn’t just clamoring for crossovers. Pickup truck sales continue to grow too, including the heavy duty segment. As Chevrolet Canada’s Doug Kenzie points out in an office at the Silverado’s Oshawa, Ontario assembly plant, the whole HD scene has grown 13-percent in the last five years. GM has a huge portion of it as well, snatching just over half with the Silverado and its GMC Sierra twin.

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2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 First Drive Review: It’s What’s Inside That Counts

You spend 100 percent of the time driving a vehicle, inside the vehicle.

Yeah yeah, of course. In related revelations, sky is blue, water is wet. And Chevy trucks, in the face of significantly updated, cross-town competition, had interiors that couldn’t quite match up. With Ford, Ram, and even Toyota turning out impressive innards in their full-sized trucks, the Chevrolet Silverado (and mechanically identical GMC Sierra) felt old hat.

Well, not anymore. For 2022, Chevrolet has revamped the Silverado 1500 lineup, gracing the truck with a higher-quality, modern interior, along with choice improvements to the drivetrain and tech suite to ensure the Bow Tie remains fighting-fit in the tough truck segment.

Chevrolet calls this one of the most thorough mid-cycle refreshes it’s ever done. You wouldn’t know it from looking at the truck, though. The headlights see the subtlest of shape changes, but they still connect to the same clamp-shaped running lights below. Chevy has reconnected the front bumper design with the front wheelarches for a less disconnected-feeling fascia, too. There are different grille designs for most trims, but all are tidier than before. It doesn’t dramatically alter the look; if you were a fan before, you probably still are. If not, then the 2022 revisions won’t be changing your mind.

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2022 Chevrolet Silverado ZR2 First Drive Review: Fashionably Late Off-Road Flagship

There is no dinosaur-based badge anywhere on this truck.

Hunt all over the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado ZR2, and you won’t come up with so much as a pterosaur, giganotosaurus, or even an amber-trapped mosquito. Wait a minute, has Chevy really not built a straight competitor for the Ford F-150 Raptor or Ram TRX?

Yes and no. What we have here is the Bow Tie Brigade’s new full-sized pickup flagship, and yes, it’s serious about off-roading. But the new Silverado ZR2 focuses less on the high-speed dune jumping, and more on the technical stuff. It’s not as extreme, but that makes it a friendlier animal to live with, one that’s still super impressive when the paved stuff runs out.

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Toyota Tundra vs Chevrolet Silverado: Which Pickup is Right for You?

If you’re one of many shoppers comparing the Toyota Tundra and Chevrolet Silverado, you’re faced with a nearly daunting level of selection when it comes to powertrains, features, trim-grades and capabilities.

Today’s pickup shopper is less willing than ever to pay for capability they don’t need—and this is the driving force behind the wide range of powertrain and driveline configurations available across this pair of new half-ton pickups.

Whether you’re looking for hybrid power, diesel power, twin-turbocharged torque or a proven high-displacement V8 engine, one of these trucks is probably your perfect match.

Below, we’ll compare the new-for-2022 Toyota Tundra to the freshly-updated 2022 Chevrolet Silverado.

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Ram 1500 vs Chevrolet Silverado 1500: The Battle for the Second Bestselling Truck

So you don’t want the Ford F-150, there are still two American Trucks that might strike your fancy

Chevrolet is one of the oldest names in trucks and for decades, the Silverado served as the second-bestselling truck and vehicle in the United States, trailing only the Ford F-Series. The Ram brand is technically the newest name in trucks, having come about in 2009 when the Dodge Ram lineup was transitioned to its own brand. Since then, Ram sales have grown tremendously, allowing the trucks once known as Dodges to surpass the Chevrolet Silverado for the second-place spot in North American truck sales and overall sales.

The Ford F-Series continues to lead the annual race for the bestselling truck and bestselling vehicle in the United States by a large enough margin that it really isn’t a race. The real battle in the truck segment is for second, with the Ram 1500 and the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 going head-to-head. That competition has led to major advancements for both of those half-ton trucks, which has led to more consumer interest.

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Detailed Specs

Price$37,395 - $66,695
Engine2.7-liter turbo 4-cylinder / 5.3-liter 8-cylinder / 6.2-liter 8-cylinder / 3.0-liter turbo 6-cylinder diesel
Power310 hp / 355 hp / 420 hp / 305 hp
Torque430 lb-ft / 383 lb-ft / 460 lb-ft / 495 lb-ft
Transmission8AT / 10AT
DrivetrainRWD / 4WD
Fuel Economy (city/hwy)13–23 mpg / 17–31 mpg
Cargo Capacity62.9–89.1 cu ft

Our Final Verdict

Chevrolet Silverado



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