2015 Chevrolet Silverado Custom Delivers The Looks You Want, The Interior You Don’t8
The 2015 Chevrolet Silverado Custom presented at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show helps elevate the curb appeal of the Silverado LS, which means you can probably afford it, while getting more bang for the buck.
The 2015 Chevrolet Silverado Custom is a package for the double-cab Silverado LS, adding 20-inch aluminum wheels, chrome bumpers, a body-colored top cap above the front bumper, and chrome mirror caps and door handles. It also features four full doors for easier access to the front and rear seats, a 40/20/40 cloth front seat, tilt steering wheel, cruise control, power windows and door locks, and the mandatory yet ubiquitous Chevy MyLink with OnStar 4G LTE WiFi. It’s available with the 5.3L EcoTec3 V8, but if you want the capable 4.3L V6, you can still have that too.
If you go with the 5.3L V8 and color-keyed carpeting option, which are hot options currently, a 2WD Silverado Custom starts at $33,820. And a similarly equipped 4×4 starts at $37,800. Don’t worry about all that fancy leather and bucket seats or fog lights, because there isn’t any, but core buyers are expected to shrug that off in exchange for a better-looking Silverado LS. Best of all, ordering for the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado Custom starting this month.
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Huh? Did you guys know the site got hacked and someone posted this dumb article?
I am glad to see that you changed the article to something more professional. I appreciate the opinion of the Staff, however felt that the original presentation of your thoughts were poor.
Sure is a lot more boring now.
Who’s the dipsh*t that wrote this article?
I think a better custom Silverado regular cab with a 6.2 L eight speed automatic. Leather seats Bose sound system. Under $30,000.
Push button ignition?
I find keys to work just fine. Perhaps you should be looking to a Prius or maybe some sort of Kia.
Not every one wants a full on leather etc. big bucks truck. It used to be that the truck was a work “appliance” not everyday luxury transportation. So that in mind, I see nothing wrong with them doing this.