2021 Chevrolet Silverado

What's New For the 2021 Chevrolet Silverado?

The Chevy Silverado gets a few changes in 2021. Most changes are subtle, including the addition of more standard amenities for many of the Silverado trims. This year, there is also an adjustment to bed length. Most standard cab lengths are eliminated as an option for many trims in 2021. However, you can still choose from several other cab length options, including an extended cab. More amenities are added to the Chevy Silverado this year, including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, which are standard at the base level. The Silverado is still available in the same trims as 2020, and you can choose from a variety of engines to suit your power and performance needs, including diesel and multiple gasoline engines.

Which Trims & Features Are Available in 2021?

The 2021 Silverado lineup includes eight trims. Each trim builds upon its predecessor's list of features and then adds more amenities. Additional features are available through packages or as standalone upgrades. The first trim is the Work Truck or WT for short. The Work Truck has comfortable cloth-covered seats and spacious seats to get you through the workday and beyond. Its technology, generous for an entry-level truck, is a user-friendly infotainment system with Bluetooth and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. On the outside, this trim has steel wheels and LED lights. Alloy wheels are an upgrade on the second trim level, called the Custom, which has tow hooks and a power liftgate. The Custom has heated mirrors and more safety amenities.

The Custom Trail Boss is produced exclusively in four-wheel drive. It also has an off-road suspension and trailering package. The LT follows with a larger eight-inch display screen and a tailgate damper. Remote start, a power-locking liftgate, and in-bed lights are standard for the RST. The LT Trail Boss has a more powerful engine, a 10-speed transmission, and enhanced suspension. Leather seats, navigation, and dual-zone climate control are added to the LTZ. This trim also adds 120V power outlets. The High Country tops the list with heated and ventilated seats, a wireless charging device, more safety amenities, and parking sensors.

Silverado has heavy-duty 2500 HD and 3500 HD variants, that offers more power and torque if needed for higher payload and trailering tasks. 

2021 Chevrolet Silverado Interior

2021 Silverado Powertrain Options

Several gasoline engines and a diesel are available for the 2021 Silverado. The base gasoline engine, which powers the first few trims, is a 4.3L V6. This engine produces approximately 300 HP and the same amount of torque. It comes with a six-speed transmission. Next up is the turbo 2.7L engine on the LT. This engine's power capacity increases to 310 HP and roughly 350 LB-FT of torque. The Trail Boss gets a gasoline engine that delivers 355 HP and four-wheel drive. The High Country gets a 5.3L V8 with a 10-speed automatic transmission. A turbo 3.0L V6 diesel with a power maximum of 277 HP is available for the 2021 Silverado. Silverado High Country gets the 6.2L V8, with a power rating of 420 HP.

Chevrolet Silverado Safety at the Forefront

Cruise control and a backup camera are standard safety features for the Silverado. The High Country adds blind-spot warning, lane departure alert, and rear cross-traffic warning, available on the other trim levels.

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