Chevrolet revealed its refreshed 2016 Silverado earlier today, and it was out with the chrome in with color.
The most significant change to the 2016 Silverado was the addition of new body-color matching grille piece, connecting a revised headlight design. Our first impression is it’s a much improved look over the stale styling introduced a few years ago.
That’s not to say the Silverado was a bad looking truck, but it certainly lacked some pizazz compared to the competition.
As stated in our initial story, the only photo provided by Chevrolet is what you see above, meaning, we don’t know how heavily the rear of the truck has been reworked, if at all. The same goes for the interior, though, expect the eight-speed automatic to have a much greater presence this time.
Overall, the new design is welcome, and should play better with the all-new F-150 in terms of swaying buyers through looks, not just specifications.
But, it’s your turn. Has Chevrolet done buyers right by this refresh? Or, do you prefer the looks of the outgoing truck better? Vote in the poll, and let us know in the comments.