People say that the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado is a truck that is easy to embrace. The truck which is debut in 2014 has unremarkable steel-bodies, squared-off, and leaf-sprung Silverado. The collection of its entirely unexotic components is very special. For 2017 edition, the Chevrolet Silverado keeps its simple hardware but will come with a new face. This edition will add Apple CarPlay integration and expand the availability of its optional eight-speed automatic transmission. Actually, the 2017 edition looks the same as 2016. But there is addition of a newly topographical hood and the loss of its stacked headlights.
Meanwhile, there is nary a hint of disturbance inside the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado. The steering wheel, the dashboard, and seats are carrying over unchanged. The Apple CarPlay operates via the uplevel 7.0- and 8.0-inch MyLink touch screens. Although the screen looks familiar but now it shares internal hardware with the upgraded units. This feature will respond more quickly to input than before. Others entertainments are 4-speaker system on Regular Cab models, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Audio system, 4.2″ diagonal color display, AM/FM stereo with USB port and auxiliary jack with USB ports and auxiliary jack (Not available with (AZ3) 40/20/40 split-bench seat). There are lots of entertainments in the new edition.
2017 Chevrolet Silverado has new face. The upper trim level wear LED jewelry and the thin projector-beam headlights are standard. The front end looks pretty because it appears lower and wider with the stacked headlights gone. The Silverado buyers will get a nearly limitless of body and drive configurations although the basic trim-level structure looks like the previous edition. There are the High Country, the Work Truck, LS, LT, and LTZ versions. There are also regular-cab, crew-cad, and double-cab bodies. But if you want to get Apple CarPlay, Wi-Fi hot spot, Chevy’s onboard OnStar 4G LTE data connection, and Android Auto, you will add $27,850 and $435 for the optional 7.0-inch MyLink touch screen.
Safety and Performances
The safety equipment for the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado are StabiliTrak, daytime Running Lamps with automatic exterior lamp control, traction control includes electronic trailer sway control and hill start to assist, stability control system with Proactive Roll Avoidance and Air bags,driver and front passenger and head-curtain and seat-mounted side impact,dual-stage frontal and side-impact, front and rear outboard seating positions with Passenger Sensing System. There is also Teen Driver mode which is a configurable feature that lets the driver activate customizable vehicle settings. This mode is associated with a key fob so the driver will have a safe driving behavior. This mode also prevents certain safety system from being turned off so it can help the driver to drive safely.
2017 Chevrolet Silverado has changed its engine from 6.2-liter V-8 engine to certain Silverado trim levels with the 5.3-liter V-8 to the 8L90 eight-speed automatic transmission. For the High Country and the LTZ edition comes with the V8 engine, and others come with the V6 one. This car is all well and good. It the best truck for its balance in ride and handling in the full-size truck realm.