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  1. 1. Which trim level do you want to buy your 2019 Silverado in?

    • Work Truck
      13
    • Custom
      6
    • Custom Trailboss
      25
    • LT
      34
    • RST
      22
    • LT Trailboss
      81
    • LTZ
      125
    • High Country
      78


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So, now that everyone has gotten a look at which trim levels Chevy will offer for 2019 on the Silverado..quick poll! 

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Work truck


Sent from device. Excuse errors.

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Hard to say for now until they release what trim level the diesel and 6.2 will be available in with a CC.

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Probably an LTZ

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I would guess that the Diesel will be offered in most all trim levels - but for sure the LTZ and High Country and probably the LT and maybe one of the Trail Boss.

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I just wanna know if the RST will be available with the 6.2? If not I will be getting the High Country. 

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Not sure. Definitely want leather crew cab std bed 6.2 so we will see


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Hard question to answer as we don't know know what features will be available in each trim.... If going by looks alone, then that's a different story.... With that being said, I would lean towards the RST or whatever other lower level trim the 6.2 is available in..Not interested in a High Country

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Whatever the lowest level is with the 6.2

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RST with a 6.2 and 4x4.  Like the color match theme.  Otherwise a 6.2 LTZ Z-71 as long as its color matching like current offerings. 

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I really wish GM would give up ALL the details soon... I would really like to know how custom they can be configured.... I really wouldnt mind a Custom Trailboss with the 6.2 but thats highly doubtful....Im willing to bet that the 6.2 will be reserved to the LTZ and HC like the K2

 

It makes me wonder...in the GMT-900s ..the 6.0/6.2 was only available in the LTZ at first then in 2010 they made it available in the LT trim until 2013..Then the K2 comes out and its only available in the LTZ/HC for all 5 years of it...what gives??

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What trim would I get depends on what options come on the trims.  What I want is an LTZ, Trailboss with 3.0 Inline 6.  

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Would a High Country Custom Trailboss with the 3.0 or 6.2 be an option?  :)

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It is almost pretty early to tell because its unknown on what options each trim  would get for options, For example LTZ Z71 model was my favorite 2016-18 model. Now this model is gone, LTZ is what I would probably have to get in order to get full leather heated and cooled bucket seats, all black interior, sunroof and few other options I wants such as 360degree camera, Heads up display, safety package... The Trail Boss with the 2" lift and its Z71 which was every truck I ever had is, This is what wins me over on the trail boss, This model does come with optional heated and cooled cloth seats and with a sunroof according the display at GM head quarters. IF THERE WAS ONLY WAS A LTZ TRAILBOSS!!

 

 

I am curious on 3 items, first one is how would the towing mirrors look like? I figuring its going to be like the old GMC Kodiak, long narrow vertical mirrors.

Second I wonder if GM is going to offer a twin panel sunroof? This was my favorite option in the f-150 and new ram, I guess It may be possible when the sierra comes out.

Third I wonder the space between LTZ and High Country models going to be filled with a ZR2 Silverado? Basically a Trail Boss with Multimatic shocks, different front bumper, hood scoop, electronic rear locking differential, ect? It does seem very possible

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None of the above.  Ram Rebel Hemi 4x4.  This coming from a lifelong Bowtie fan.  

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