Chevrolet offers a wide variety of commercial vehicles well-suited to do the job. Now, the entirety of the Chevy commercial lineup can be seen in this single photo.
Let’s start with the back row on the lefthand side, where we find the Chevy Express Cargo Van. Also offered in a Passenger configuration with seating for up to 15, the Express full-size van has been in production since the ‘90s with very few changes over the years, save for an update in 2003. The current Express Cargo produces upwards of 341 horsepower and 373 pound-feet of torque, and comes with available max GVWR of 9,900 pounds.
Next to the Express cargo is the Express Cutaway, which comes with numerous up-fit options, as well as a max available GVWR of 14,200 pounds.
Next is the Chevy Silverado 3500HD Chassis Cab, which also offers numerous upfit options, including applications as a service/utility vehicle, and as a flatbed. Specs include upwards of 910 pound-feet of torque when equipped with the 6.6L V8 L5P turbodiesel Duramax, as well as 14,000 pounds max GVWR. Body configurations include crew cab and regular cab, both with dual rear wheels.
Next in the Chevy commercial lineup is the Low Cab Forward line of vehicles, offered as a series of medium duty trucks produced via a partnership between General Motors and Isuzu Motors. These vehicles come in a wide range of cabs, wheelbases, and upfits, and offer as much as 25,950 pounds max GVWR.
The last vehicle in the back row in the Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD Dual Rear Wheel. This model is also offered with Single Rear Wheel configurations and a standard box / crew cab, long box / crew cab, long box / double cab, and long box / regular cab, while dual rear wheels can be had with a long bed / double cab, or long bed / regular cab.
Next, let’s take a look at the front row, starting with the Chevy Silverado 2500HD on the left, which slots in below the 3500HD in the Chevy commercial lineup, with max available trailering of 18,500 pounds to the 3500HD’s 35,500 pounds.
To the right is another Silverado, namely the light-duty 1500 Work Truck, or WT, which offers max trailering of 13,400 pounds, and max available torque up to 460 pound-feet.
The top dog in the Chevy Silverado Medium Duty lineup, a.k.a the 6500HD, is seen in red, with the latest 2020 model year equipped with the L5P Duramax, rather than the 6.6L V8 L8T as was offered for the 2019 model year. As a reminder, the Silverado MD lineup utilizes a platform jointly developed by Navistar and General Motors. Production takes place at the Navistar plant in Springfield, Ohio.
Finally, the last model in the Chevy commercial lineup featured here is the Chevrolet Colorado, a midsize offering with upwards of 7,700 pounds towing and 308 horsepower.