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    • By Gorehamj
      John Goreham
      Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com
      General Motors reported this morning that the all-new Silverado equipped with the 3.0-Liter Duramax diesel engine has earned an EPA-estimated 33 MPG Highway in 2WD configurations. Here is a quick look at the numbers we have so far:
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      4X4 Silverado Duramax = 29 MPG Highway, 21 City
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      2019 Ford F-150 4WD Diesel = 28 Highway, 22 City
      2019 Ram 1500 2WD Diesel = 27 Highway, 20 City
      2019 Ram 1500 4WD Diesel = 27 Highway, 19 City
      **2020 Chevrolet Colorado 2WD DIesel = 30 Highway, 20 City
      **2020 Chevrolet Colorado 4WD DIesel = 28 Highway, 19 City

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