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  1. (Yes, this is really us ordering our truck!) Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 5/17/18 Someone ring the bell, today is the day that you can waltz on down to your Chevrolet and/or GMC dealer, sit down with a sales rep, and option out / submit the order for your brand new 2019 Silverado or Sierra. Now, that said, you'll be shooting blind, as GM hasn't let us know yet how much the 2019's are going to cost. In fact, we don't even know how much horsepower the engines will be rated at..... BUT, we can in fact order them. So, GM-Trucks.com did. Here's what we found out. What You CAN Order As of today, (May 17th, 2018), you can place an order for an LT, LT Trail Boss, RST, LTZ, or High Country for Silverado and only SLT/Denali for Sierra. Crew cabs are up first and are the only cab you can get as of today. Nearly every regular option is available to be ordered but specific trims have a better shot at being produced than unique combinations. What You CANNOT Order Reports of dealers offering to place orders for diesel engines are floating around on on our 2019 Silverado/Sierra Owners Facebook Group. The facts are, while a dealer can take your money for a deposit, they won't be able to order a new light-duty diesel yet. You also won't be able to order double cab or regular cab trucks. Be Careful! As of today, dealers know exactly how many new trucks they can order and how many of each color they can order. If you're submitting an order, make sure your dealership has the open allocation for both the truck AND the color you want. Meet GM-Trucks.com's 2019 Chevrolet Silverado In the interest of research and keeping the community informed, we marched on down to the dealer late this morning to talk shop and place an order. We have a lot of plans for our new 2019 that you'll hear about in a few months, so picking out the right trim was a little tougher than we thought. Although the LT Trail Boss was extremely tempting, we knew we needed the 6.2L, which you can't get on the Trail Boss. So strike that out. And, while the High Country was right up our alley, we didn't want to get what will likely be the most expensive Silverado ever sold either. That pretty much made us land squarely in the middle of the two and in the end we decided the LTZ trim level was right for our needs. It allows us to get the 6.2L V8 (of which we strangely don't know the output of yet) and GM's all new 10-speed automatic transmission. We also wanted to get a truck that was at least as nice as our 2011 GMC Sierra SLT All-Terrain. We love our heated leather seats and Bose audio on our 2011 and our new truck needed to have these options too. So, with that all in mind... here's how we optioned things out once we sat down to the table. -------------------------------------- 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD Crew Cab LTZ Northsky Blue Metallic Jet BLack Leather Interior Trim 6.2L V8 - L87 / 10-speed transmission - MQB Z71 Off-Road Package LTZ Preferred Equipment Group - 1LZ LTZ Convenenience Package - PCZ LTZ Convenenience Package II - PCN LTZ Plus Package - PDF Safety Package - PQB Power Up/Down Tailgate - QT6 20-inch Polished Wheels - RD2 Bose Sound System - UQA Premium Nav/Infotainment System - IOT -------------------------------------- Some of the cool stuff included in these packages Heated and ventilated front seats Heated Rear Outboard Seats Two 120-volt outlets (one inside, one in bed) HD Rear Vision Camera Rear Sliding Window Front/Rear Park Assist Rear Cross Traffic Alert / Side Blind Zone Alert We did not get Bedliner or rubber floor matts Heads up display or 360-degree camera Any accessories, step bars, or covers. (We have plans for all that stuff!) A sunroof (a weak attempt to save money) Our problem right now is that we don't know how much this truck will cost. We do have a general idea though. Based on 2018 pricing, we expect the MSRP on our 2019 to land between $54-56k dollars. All that's left is for the order to be submitted to GM (which the dealer's ordering guy will handle soon) and for GM to accept the order (who knows when?!). Production for our vehicle is expected to take place in late July or early August. Of course, we'll keep everyone in the loop on any updates we get as the process moves along. If you want to buy one of the first new Silverado or Sierra, this is the week you'll want to visit your dealer. Here's our actual order sheet listing the options we picked out Shout Out To Our Dealer I have to mention we wouldn't have been able to do ANY of this without some serious support from a dealer. Our dealer for this order is Banks Chevrolet in Concord, New Hampshire. The Sales Manager, Jeremy Chapman, and our Sales Consultant, Jeffrey Lavalley have gone out of their way to answer our detailed questions and work with us to get GM-Trucks.com a sick new project truck. Thank you Banks!
  2. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 6/29/18 After a long road of teasing, waiting, ordering and then wondering....Chevrolet is letting the cat out of the bag. Pricing for two-wheel-drive models of the 2019 Silverado have been released. Chevy claims the LT trim can be had for as much as $700 LESS than the outgoing 2018's starting prices. The High Country is also only $1,000 MORE than the previous year. Of course, we still don't know how much the 4x4 versions (other than the Trail Boss) will cost, but our guess is a $4,000-$5,000 premium over the 2WD versions. We also don't know individual option or package pricing, which can add a lot to this "starting" MSRP pretty quickly. For example, our 2019 Silverado LTZ that we currently have on order should "start" around $51,895, plus all of our options. With the 6.2L, we can imagine our LTZ's MSRP landing in the $56,000 - $58,000 range. Anything more than that and Chevy would be getting greedy. Here's how everything shakes out, including which engines will be available for which trim levels. 2019 CHEVROLET SILVERADO PRICING (MSRP, including destination fee and excluding tax, title, license, optional equipment and dealer fees. 2WD unless otherwise noted) Reg Cab Long bed Double Cab Standard bed Crew Cab Short bed Work Truck $29,795 $33,695 $36,095 Custom -- $36,095 $38,495 Custom Trail Boss (4x4 only) -- $40,995 $43,395 LT -- $38,395 $40,795 RST -- $40,295 $42,695 LT Trail Boss (4x4 only) -- $47,395 $49,795 LTZ -- $44,495 $46,895 High Country -- -- $54,495 2019 CHEVROLET SILVERADO ENGINE LINEUP 4.3L V-6 w/AFM (6-spd.) 5.3L V-8 w/AFM (6-spd.) 2.7L I-4 Turbo w/AFM (8-spd.) 5.3L V-8 w/DFM (8-spd.) 6.2L V-8 w/DFM (10-spd.) 3.0L I-6 Turbo-Diesel (10-spd.) Work Truck Std. Avail. -- -- -- -- Custom Std. Avail. -- -- -- -- Custom Trail Boss Std. Avail. -- -- -- -- LT -- -- Std. Avail. -- Avail. RST -- -- Std. Avail. -- Avail. LT Trail Boss -- -- -- Std. -- -- LTZ -- -- -- Std. Avail. Avail. High Country -- -- -- -- Std. Avail. 2019 CHEVROLET SILVERADO CAPABILITIES 4.3L V-6 w/AFM (6-spd.) 5.3L V-8 w/AFM (6-spd.) 2.7L I-4 Turbo w/AFM (8-spd.) 5.3L V-8 w/DFM (8-spd.) 6.2L V-8 w/DFM (10-spd.) 3.0L I-6 Turbo-Diesel (10-spd.) Horsepower 285 355 310 355 420 TBA Torque 305 383 348 383 460 TBA Max towing 8,000 11,000 7,200 11,600 12,200 TBA Max payload 2,500 2,430 2,280 2,190 2,100 TBA EPA-estimates (city/hwy/comb) N/A N/A N/A 17/23/19 16/20/17 N/A
  3. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 4/23/2018 Horsepower and torque ratings for the 2019 T1XX platform were published to GM's Fleet Order Guide Website over the weekend. However, as quickly as they were posted, on Monday morning they were gone. The FastLaneTruck jumped on the model order guide update early Sunday morning. GM-Trucks.com then confirmed the figures were indeed listed in the guide on Sunday but before we could write this story today the numbers had been erased. The order guide *had* listed the 2019 engines power output ratings like this: 2019 5.3L - 355hp @ 5,600rpm & 383 lb-ft of torque at 4,100rpm 2019 6.2L - 425hp @ 5,600rpm & 450 lb-ft of torque at 4,100rpm If you're aware of the current 2018 model ratings, that's a no gain rating for the 5.3L and 5hp gain and 10 lb-ft loss for the 6.2L. Could that be correct? Did GM let the cat out of the bag too early or were the wrong figures listed? Another part of this puzzle is that the 2019 5.3L will carry the RPO code of L84. That's a pretty well known Chevrolet small block designation synonymous for being the most powerful Chevy small block before the LT5 and famously produced 375-horsepower. Will we see the same for the 2019 L84 5.3L? Or will the power ratings stay the same? Either way, the engine doesn't carry the same RPO code as the 2018 model so we assume it's new in some sort of way. An exact same power rating seems unlikely but we wouldn't be surprised. And if you're wondering the 6.2L engine will wear the RPO code L87. Only time will tell.
  4. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 12/16/2017 EDITED 12/17/17: Chevrolet just staged a "surprise drop in" of a fully undisguised next generation 2019 Silverado during an event celebrating 100-years of Chevy pickups yesterday. Check out the video and photos of the event below, or see the official press photography here
  5. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com With help from Zane Merva, Executive Editor 12-17-2017 Chevrolet unexpectedly revealed the all-new "from the ground up" 2019 Silverado at an owner's event in Texas yesterday. Lucky GM fans got to see the truck, but details are being held back in anticipation of the mid-January Detroit Auto Show. Chevy says this new truck is all about what owners want. And Chevy says what they want is "more choice, more capability, and more functionality." This based on feedback from 7,000 owner interviews. The company released a few select photos of a top trim line "Trail Boss" Silverado in a bright red. The Trail Boss trim level comes with the legendary Z71 package and a 2-inch lift. Chevrolet also made sure to mention the future full-size will come in eight different models and a slew of engine and transmission combinations. Check out the full press release at the bottom of this post for more details but the future sounds bright for the Silverado. If you're interested in seeing just how Chevy introduced the all new Silverado, check out this post with photos and video from the event.
  6. Borla Exhaust is looking for a 2015-2017 Silverado 1500 to use in one of their exhaust videos! Let Borla borrow your truck and receive a FREE Borla Exhaust System! If you are interested and meet the requirements listed below, please email me at [email protected] for more information! Requirements Must live near the Borla R&D Facility: -The Borla R&D Facility is located in Oxnard, California. (You need to be able to drop the truck off and get a ride back to pick it up.) Must own one of the following vehicles: -2015-2017 Silverado 1500 (5.3L Extended Cab / Standard Bed) -2015-2017 Silverado 1500 (5.3L Crew Cab / Short Bed) -2015-2017 Silverado 1500 (6.2L Extended Cab / Standard Bed) -2015-2017 Silverado 1500 (6.2L Crew Cab / Short Bed) Modifications: -Truck MUST be stock and in good condition. (Most aesthetic mods such as wheels are okay.) Color: -Any color. Other Important Information How long does Borla need the Truck for: -1 Week (5 Business Days; Monday-Friday) Potential Shoot Dates: -January 9th-13th OR January 16th-20th What you get: -A FREE Borla Exhaust System & Install You can check out our website and our YouTube to see the past videos we've done: -Website = www.borla.com -YouTube = www.youtube.com/borla Email [email protected] for more info! Thank you, Lisa Carter Volpe Social Media & Marketing Borla Performance Industries
  7. Hello looking for suggestions on a lift kit for my 2016 chevrolet silverado z71. Do not want to go with any type of spacer but want the truck looking level. Also, looking to fit bigger tires. Any suggestions for a lift kit to get that front up 2 to 2.5 inches? Thinking maybe a coil-over in the front with new upper A arms and uni ball joint? Maybe the bilstein 5100s all the way around and new A arms.Looking for some advice and suggestions on what brands and lifts to go with. Also do I need to look at any other parts like tie rods or anything so I won't have any future problems? Thanks
  8. Hello looking for suggestions on a lift kit for my 2016 chevrolet silverado z71. Do not want to go with any type of spacer but want the truck looking level. Also, looking to fit bigger tires. Any suggestions for a lift kit to get that front up 2 to 2.5 inches? Thinking maybe a coil-over in the front with new upper A arms and uni ball joint? Maybe the bilstein 5100s all the way around and new A arms.Looking for some advice and suggestions on what brands and lifts to go with. Also do I need to look at any other parts like tie rods or anything so I won't have any future problems? Thanks
  9. I am selling my 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT Z71 Extended Cab 4WD. It is red. It has a 6" Rough Country suspension lift kit on it. It has 35x12.50R17 BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires and 17X9 Pro Comp 7032 wheels. It has brand new MOOG upper and lower control arms and ball joints, GM torsion bars, GM instrument cluster, GM turn signal lever/horn, EBCM and BPMV, and Rain-X windshield wipers. It has a bull bar, tow mirrors (I still have original mirrors), running boards (I still have original running boards), bug deflector, side window deflectors, all-weather floor mats, fender flares, mud flaps, rear wheel well liners, locking tailgate, black diamond plate toolbox, black bed rails and bed caps, and spray-in bed liner. I also have an aftermarket Sony radio and a Hypertech Speedometer Calibrator for it. I have a clean and clear title. Pictures are available upon request. Regular oil changes and maintenance. I have all service records and receipts for everything done. I can't upload pictures on here due to the max single file size limit of 1 MB (my pictures are HDR ~1.5-2 MB each), so I included a link to a Google Drive album with pictures below. Here is a link to more information: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzcQ3K-KaGKZNmt6MzVnV1QzXzA Here is a link to the CarFax: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzcQ3K-KaGKZSzM2SlJnNC1KU28 Here is a link to the GM build sheet: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzcQ3K-KaGKZT0ZxRVd4VndsNG8 Here is a link to a Google Drive album with more pictures: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzcQ3K-KaGKZLVBKSU13VmZYRjg Asking for $8,000 OR BEST OFFER. No lowballs. Serious inquiries only. No trades. Cash only. I do not need help selling this vehicle. If you're interested, please email me or call or text me at 919-418-3065. I am located in Cary, NC. Thanks.
  10. Cold Air Inductions, Inc., is hosting a sweepstakes that is open to all GM-Trucks members! Click here to enter to win a complete cold-air intake system from the company. The winner gets to choose the specific system they would like, and Cold Air Inductions make systems for most GM trucks and SUVS, as well as 5th Gen and 6th Gen Camaros, GTOs and even for Impalas, Monte Carlos, Grand Prix and a few others! Enter the sweepstakes here: https://www.coldairinductions.com/gmt-sweeps All Cold Air Inductions systems are made in the USA, and they feature thermal barriers to keep air inlet temps cool. Each system is designed to provide maximum performance as well as a nice throaty air-intake sound under hard acceleration. The lifetime re-usable high-flow air filters are designed with a unique base that minimizes turbulence and maximizes airflow. Cold Air Inductions systems do not require an engine tune to provide performance gains. Enter for your chance to win! Here are the short rules to keep the lawyers happy: No purchase necessary. Must be 18 years or older and a resident of the U.S. Void where prohibited. See the official rules here: https://www.coldairinductions.com/sweepstakes-rules-digital
  11. Cold Air Inductions, Inc., is hosting a sweepstakes that is open to all GM-Trucks members! Click here to enter to win a complete cold-air intake system from the company. The winner gets to choose the specific system they would like, and Cold Air Inductions make systems for most GM trucks and SUVS, as well as 5th Gen and 6th Gen Camaros, GTOs and even for Impalas, Monte Carlos, Grand Prix and a few others! Enter the sweepstakes here: https://www.coldairinductions.com/gmt-sweeps All Cold Air Inductions systems are made in the USA, and they feature thermal barriers to keep air inlet temps cool. Each system is designed to provide maximum performance as well as a nice throaty air-intake sound under hard acceleration. The lifetime re-usable high-flow air filters are designed with a unique base that minimizes turbulence and maximizes airflow. Cold Air Inductions systems do not require an engine tune to provide performance gains. Enter for your chance to win! Here are the short rules to keep the lawyers happy: No purchase necessary. Must be 18 years or older and a resident of the U.S. Void where prohibited. See the official rules here: https://www.coldairinductions.com/sweepstakes-rules-digital
  12. Selling my OEM Chevrolet Silverado 1500 struts / shocks that were removed from my 2WD truck at 6,000 miles to install Bilsteins. Will fit 2014, 2015, 2016 GM trucks. There is nothing wrong with them. I just wanted a different ride. Asking $75 + shipping CONUS OBO.
  13. I was watching videos on my usb stick. From what i understand your only able to use 480p resolution videos, and they have terrible quality (very pixelated even on such a small screen). Is there anyway to improve the video resolution capabilities on the mylink screens, or watch higher resolution videos? This was in my 2015 Chevrolet Silverado LTZ Midnight Edition.
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