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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. 

 

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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

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What, no RCSB? 

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Wow, is the regular cab short box truck dead?  I bet the extended cab short box truck shares the same frame as the regular cab long box.  Is this the death of this body configuration? :(

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Sure as hell not looking good for RCSB. Nowhere  does any articles on the 19 model even mention it .

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Yet again another tease info release by GM.  No pricing with the diesel option. They must be laughing their butts off every time the release little bits of info up at GM corp. Seems it is a game for them to play.

 

GM, if you are going to produce a product and market it, then please post all info at once so individuals can make an informed decision on their next vehicle purchase.

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Isn't this truck getting released this month? I've seen them on trailers being shipped to dealers this week.

 

Personally I don't think they should increase the price anyway, the interior looks basically the same, the drive trains are basically the same (minus a turbo 4), and most people think the exterior looks hideous (personally I think it looks ok). Have to see one up close. But for an "all new" truck, it's much the same minus the sheet metal.

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Looking like if you want a new RCSB you better go find a 2018 on a lot somewhere.

 

I'm 2 for 2 this year.  This year Key West quit manufacturing the boat I own and now GM has quit making the RCSB.

 

It's okay though, I'm probably obsolete too !!

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26 minutes ago, Enough said:

Looking like if you want a new RCSB you better go find a 2018 on a lot somewhere.

 

I'm 2 for 2 this year.  This year Key West quit manufacturing the boat I own and now GM has quit making the RCSB.

 

It's okay though, I'm probably obsolete too !!

Yes it is looking like their going extinct ..

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I was partial to the extended cab, so much for that.


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1 hour ago, Enough said:

Looking like if you want a new RCSB you better go find a 2018 on a lot somewhere.

 

I'm 2 for 2 this year.  This year Key West quit manufacturing the boat I own and now GM has quit making the RCSB.

 

It's okay though, I'm probably obsolete too !!

All of us old timers are Just "Dinosaur's waiting on the Meteor"..................GM Financial seems to still be a dinosaur they still use fax machines to communicate with customers and all their dealers in the network. Can you imagine the wasted man hours spent messing with this Obsolete technology? I guess they are concentrating their efforts on building vehicles (at least one would hope)  Go DINOSAURS 

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On 6/29/2018 at 5:32 AM, Zane said:

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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. 

 

2019-Chevrolet-Silverado-RST-026.jpg

 

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

When are they due to hit the showrooms?  May replace my ‘15 LTZ with a new one, since it’s “TOTALED!”

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Relax guys, the RCSB lives on.

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I get the feeling you won't see it in any trim higher then Custom. A Custom (or LT) Trailboss RCSB would be awesome though, but GM doesn't do awesome in the truck scene anymore. They just do meh, unless you spend money. 

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