This Dramatic-Looking Lifted 2020 Silverado 1500 Is For Sale3
TruckMax, a pickup and SUV specialist company located in Scottsdale, Arizona, is advertising a very special lifted 2020 Silverado 1500 Standard Bed Crew Cab pickup. Even at first glance, it’s clear that this vehicle will attract more attention on the roads than almost any other Chevy Silverado.
The most obvious change from standard specification is the greater ride height created by a six-inch lift kit, which has recently been fitted by TruckMax’s Factory Certified GM technicians. Also brand-new are the 22-inch two-piece alloy wheels wrapped in 35-inch off-road tires. The black wheels and smoked taillight clusters create a striking and tasteful contrast against the gleaming Summit White paint job.
The lift kit is covered by the TruckMax lifetime warranty, while Chevrolet‘s comprehensive three-year/36,000-mile (whichever comes first) warranty for the vehicle also still applies. Only a few months old and with 10,961 miles on the clock, the Silverado being offered for sale by TruckMax still has a lot of that period left to run. An extended warranty is also available to the new owner on request.
The lifted 2020 Silverado is powered by the 355-horsepower 5.3L V8 L84 engine which drives all four wheels through GM’s eight-speed automatic transmission. The images support TruckMax’s claim that there is “not a dent, scratch or swirl mark” on the paintwork. TruckMax also says that the gray cloth interior is equally immaculate, a sign of careful use by its non-smoking previous owner. The word “excellent” appears throughout the Condition Report, which also includes such encouraging comments as “no visible rust” and “no known accidents.”
The asking price for the lifted 2020 Silverado is $54,995. TruckMax is offering free nationwide shipping through the month of November. For further details, check out the ad yourself.
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It looks like a Tonka concept truck, so it’s fantastic! I was a fan of ford f-350 Tonka truck concept from beginning of the millennium.
Dramatic looking? It has the same played out 10 years ago storm trooper look and black wheels that every other wanna be suburban dad has on their truck. Nothing dramatic about it, don’t even get me started on the curb rash magnet 22″ wheels that will be scraped up after the daily starbucks runs, seriously, lets get away from the big wheel craze that just screams I bought a truck for the looks and will not use it.
Im trading my 2019 6.2 Denali 1500 4×4 for a 2021 same truck except the 3.0L.