Priced from $45,100 including destination, the all-new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 High Country edition is $1,880 above the MSRP of the Ford F-150 King Ranch and $315 over the MSRP of the Ram Longhorn, but so what. The 2014 Silverado High Country comes in with the segment’s most powerful and most fuel efficient V8 engines along with a range-topping 9,800-pound trailering rating. It’s also available with either a 5’8” or 6’6” cargo box to go with the crew cab configuration.
Unique to the Silverado High Country are physical features including a chrome grille with horizontal chrome bars, body-color front and rear bumpers, and specific 20-inch chrome wheels with P275/55R20 all-season tires. Additional standard equipment includes halogen projector headlamps, along with chrome body side moldings, door handles and mirrors.
The interior of the 2014 Silverado High Country 1500 features a Western-themed saddle brown interior that’s exclusive to the trim package. There’s also heated and cooled perforated premium leather front bucket seats with High Country logos on the headrests are standard, along with Chevrolet MyLink connectivity with an 8-inch touch screen, Bose premium audio and front and rear park assist. Giddy up.