2024 Chevy Silverado HD Configurator Live5
The 2024 Chevy Silverado HD got its formal introduction in September of the 2022 calendar year, revealing a revised exterior, an overhauled cabin, powertrain upgrades, and the new Chevy Silverado HD ZR2 off-roader. Now, fans and potential customers can spec the refreshed 2024 Chevy Silverado HD as they see fit using the official online configurator at Chevy’s website.
As before, the refreshed 2024 Chevy Silverado is available in both the 2500 HD and 3500 HD configurations, as well as both single-rear wheel and dual-rear wheel configurations.
The trim levels on offer include WT (Work Truck), Custom, LT, LTZ, and High Country. The new-for-2024 Chevy Silverado HD ZR2 is currently unavailable to spec, but is expected to become available later in the model year. Retail orders began in January. Pricing starts at $45,295 for 2500 HD models, ranging up to $73,095 for 2500 HD High Country 4WD models in the Crew Cab / Long Bed body style. Meanwhile, 3500 HD models start at $46,495 and range up to $75,995 for 3500 HD High Country 4WD Crew Cab / Long Bed DRW models.
Standard spec includes the naturally aspirated 6.6L V8 L8T gasoline engine, which is rated at 401 horsepower and 464 pound-feet of torque. Output is now routed though the Allison-branded 10-speed automatic transmission, rather than the GM six-speed automatic transmission equipped prior to the latest refresh. The 6.6L V8 L5P turbodiesel Duramax engine is optional, and is now rated at 470 horsepower and 975 pound-feet of torque, as compared to 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque prior to the refresh. The diesel engine also mates to the Allison-branded 10-speed automatic transmission.
Under the body panels, the 2024 Chevy Silverado HD once again rides on a more-capable variant of the GM T1 platform. Vehicle production takes place at the GM Flint plant in Michigan and the GM Oshawa plant in Canada.
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And how long before the constraints spoil it for everybody?
I bought my first silverado in 1987. I bought my next one, a 2500hd, in 2003. Still using this truck daily. However. I did have to buy another truck because the 03 is getting tender and I just can’t afford to fix it up right now. The next one I bought is a 2016 2500hd. A used one. This is the first time I’ve ever had to buy a used truck. The thing that sucks is I need a 3500hd but since having a bad work related accident I just can’t afford to pay the prices they’re asking for these new trucks. My first truck cost me $336.00 per month. I watched a couple leave the dealership with a $1700.00 a month payment. This is ridiculous that your truck costs more than your house. As much as I love gm I just can’t afford to buy the truck on my wish list. Been trying to start a new small business to help supplement my new normal, minimal income. Hence the need for the new truck. I know these big companies only want to cater to the folks with the big incomes, (don’t blame them. That’s where the money is), but there are folks like me that didn’t ask for this new lifestyle that are still fighting everyday to provide for their family. Unfortunately, they are being pushed back down because of the price of everything. Not just gm. Those who have the funds don’t care. They have the money. But folks like myself get squeezed tighter and tighter till there’s nothing left. Never thought I’d be saying that. Coming from owning my own construction company. But here I am.
The biggest points of my rambling is GM makes the worlds best trucks. You take care of them they’ll never let you down and they last almost forever.
And second thing is these new trucks are so far out of reach for most people it’s just ridiculous.
Even though if I still had my company I’d have bought a new one for the business because it’s time for a new truck and they go for atleast 20 years. So for now I keep driving my faithful 03 2500hd.
Hang in there USMARINE and thank you for your service and all you do. Yes, GM does make the best trucks on the planet albiet pricey, very pricey!
Would be nice if you could actually order one. They spend millions on TV commercials, not sure why?
The industry is so screwed up
I just want to know when they’re going to start accepting orders for the Special Editions!!! Someone at GM, please answer this!!!