2014 Chevrolet Silverado Texas Edition review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 15 May 2013 , 03:05:07 byEmil

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Chevrolet Silverado Texas Edition

According to Chevrolet, the Americans will soon receive a new model, the new Chevy Silverado Texas Edition, a model that has been designed to underline the strong connection between Texans and their trucks. You should know that the new edition model features body color trim, a locking rear differential, a package for trailers and to transfer the output to the road, the engineers have offered 20-inch polished aluminum wheels. If we are talking about the top of the line, you should know that the LTZ Texas Edition comes with chrome accents and also with a Bose audio system. The new model will be revealed for the first time next year on the 6th of May as part of the 2014 Silverado media drive in San Antonio and Spring Branch, Texas. According to different studies made by the manufacturer, one out of every six full-size pickups sold in Texas. The variants available are the Silverado LT and the LTZ mentioned above. We have already described the options the first variant has. For the second one, the carmaker has come with 20-inch wheels to transfer the output to the road, door handles and mirror caps, like said at the beginning of the article.

The Texas Edition includes all-new EcoTec3 engines. On the LT it has a standard V6 capable of generating 285 horsepower and on the LTZ, the engineers have offered a V8 unit capable of producing 355 horsepower. The new model has a refined interior with elements and connectivity tailored to the needs of truck customers. Thanks to Chevrolet MyLink, it has a more powerful and intuitive connectivity. You should also know that the specialists have provided revised steering, suspension and brakes for improved ride and handling. The ones interested in purchasing the model and are out of Texas should be advised that the model will be available with a Custom Sport package with almost the same features, but will not have the Texas Edition badges.