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2016 Chevrolet Silverado Walk Around

Silverado 1500 has square lines and high shoulders, rendering a conservative but imposing appearance. Riding at the same height as that of the heavy-duty Silverado 2500, its dual-dome hood looks way up there when standing alongside the truck.

Whether the new front-styling treatment with redesigned grille for 2016 is more attractive is debatable, but it looks a little different and therefore fresher. The grille drops down in the middle, but the overall effect is that the front looks more linear. Upper models sport more bright trim.

Crew Cabs have large rear doors that make getting in and out easier, with enough space to comfortably swing feet through. Double Cab extended-cab models use doors that hinge normally, and they offer usable space for rear passengers.

The pickup beds come in the traditional 8-foot length, along with short-bed 5-foot, 8-inch and 6-foot, 6-inch lengths. Slots cut into the corners of the rear bumper make stepping up to grab something out of the bed easier, a great idea carried forward from the original Avalanche.

Interior

The Silverado interior is nicely trimmed, with soft-touch material used in the places you’re likely to touch. Large knobs make it easy to control basic functions at a glance, even when wearing gloves.

Noise levels are comparable to those in SUVs.

Top of the line is the Silverado High Country, with special leather and wood used in the interior, along with more features.

The Chevrolet Silverado interiors seem nicer and more comfortable than those found in the Toyota Tundra and Nissan Titan.

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