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What is the difference between a 1LT and 2LT? Anybody know?

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On 2/19/2018 at 4:52 PM, newdude said:

 

Uh...2LT on a 1/2 ton gets Z71.  2LT doesn't get heated seats standard anymore.  Dual zone climate is part of Allstar package or LT convenience on a 2LT. 

But they are available on 2LT

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On 2/19/2018 at 4:52 PM, newdude said:

 

Uh...2LT on a 1/2 ton gets Z71.  2LT doesn't get heated seats standard anymore.  Dual zone climate is part of Allstar package or LT convenience on a 2LT. 

But they are available on 2LT

 

 

2LT (vs 1LT) adds or changes to:

(of course, many (but not all) of these are available without 2LT or are included in other package groups)

 

Z71 Package, Off-Road, (Requires 4WD model.), includes monotube Rancho brand shocks, (K47) air cleaner, (JHD) Hill Descent Control, (NZZ) underbody shield and (V76) recovery hooks. Also includes brushed metal Z71 door sill plate, unique Z71 gauge cluster, unique finish interior trim plates, unique lower bumper appearance, unique grille design with Z71 badge and Z71 pickup box decals
1 - Includes (Z82) Trailering Package, (G80) locking rear differential and (RD1) 18" bright machined wheels and (RBX) 18" tires. Upgradeable to (RD4) 20" polished-aluminum wheels or 22" LPO wheels. (RD1) 18" bright machined wheels will be replaced with (RX1) 22" LPO wheels when (PDD) Local Market Package, LPO is ordered. 

 

VB5    Bumper, front, body-color              
VT5    Bumper, rear body-color, with CornerSteps

 

T3U    Fog lamps, thin profile LED

TRB    Grille surround, body color

RD1    Wheels, 18" x 8.5" (45.7 cm x 21.6 cm) bright-machined aluminum

K47    Air cleaner, high-capacity

G80    Differential, heavy-duty locking rear

NZZ   Underbody shield, transfer case protection

Z82    Trailering Package, includes trailer hitch, 7-pin and 4-pin connectors, includes (G80) locking rear differential

JHD    Hill Descent Control

 

Some of these changes will also happen on LTZ when switching from 1LZ to 2LZ

There are some options available on 1LT that are not available on 2LT, like the Enhanced Driver alert package 

 

(On LTZ trim, driver alert can be ordered on both the 1LZ and 2LZ versions)

 

Groupings/packaging/restrictions are NOT the same on SLE sierra as on LT silverado.

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In the brochure/catalog GM refers to them as LT and LTZ71

 

They include comparison charts in brochure:

http://www.chevrolet.com/content/dam/chevrolet/na/us/english/index/shopping-tools/download-catalog/02-pdf/2018-chevrolet-silverado-1500-catalog.pdf

 

It's impossible to sort this out by looking at specific vehicles at dealers, since they will probably all have some options on them.  The brochure or the order guide will how which items are included, which are optional and which are not available for each trim. 

 

A little internet searching and this info is out there.

Edited by redwngr

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That is one thing I like about my sle,has a couple more options then the LT z71. Although I would like it if I had z71 cluster and sil plates. 

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14 hours ago, lapoolboy said:

I do not see this information on my build sheet.  Where did you find it?

The build date is in the upper right hand corner of page 1.

4/21/17 (Friday), Plant Z (Ft Wayne)

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14 hours ago, redwngr said:

But they are available on 2LT

 

I know they are available...my response was to the guy that said they were standard. 

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1 hour ago, newdude said:

 

I know they are available...my response was to the guy that said they were standard. 

I was just wanting them to be sure they knew that presence of heated seats doesn't mean it's not a 2LT.

 

(ie  presence or absence of heated seats can't be used as an indicator of 2LT or not 2LT)

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You can drive yourself crazy worrying about numbers, letters and corresponding packages. They change without notice. It’s been that way from the beginning. Iv seen ss impalas with 6 cylinders, 442s with a power glide transmission, California special Mustang with no posi and a 4 speed big block.


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