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It’s easy to figure out why the Chevrolet Silverado is General Motors’ best-selling vehicle. Americans love pickups, so there’s that. The Silverado’s crew cab offers plenty of room and easy access to both rows. The instrument panel, central touchscreen, and array of buttons and knobs are attractive, well labeled and easy to use.
Functional design and good build quality make the Silverado 1500 cabin a pleasant environment. Front-seat passengers can stay connected to their personal devices via an array of USB ports, a 12-volt outlet, and a 110-volt household receptacle. There is voluminous stowage inside the crew-cab model, which boasts a large bed and offers more combined cubby space than any competitor.
The Chevrolet MyLink infotainment system is one of the best on the market. Its robust features, attractive looks, quick response times, and straightforward configurability make it likable and easy to use.
All Silverados have a tough, solid feel paired with a comfortable ride and handling that may surprise. Corner carvers, these trucks are not, but they are certainly not the buckboards of yore.
A bold, brash style sets the 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 apart from rivals outside and stands in contrast to the soothing, well-organized interior. The Custom trim tones things down a bit with more body-colored trim, which really works. One nice feature found on all is the integrated steps chopped into the rear bumper corners—thoughtful, useful, and downright brilliant. You’ll wonder why it took truck-makers this long to develop something like this.
Better still is the 5.3-liter V-8, rated at 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque. It doesn’t deliver a mountain of off-the-line power, but this V-8 is smooth and predictable—not to mention efficient in real-world driving since it can shut down half of its cylinders for light-load situations.
For 100 years, Chevrolet has been building trucks that are ready to work today, tomorrow, and into the future. Built by truck people, for truck people, Silverado is from the family of the most dependable, longest-lasting full-size pickups on the road.