CHEVROLET Reveals New Mid-Size Work Truck 

Terry Hein, Contributor

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Chevrolet revealed its first ever Silverado Class four, five and six chassis cab trucks recently at NTEA The Work Truck Show. Chevy had a version of this truck which was called a Kodiak but now it is a Silverado, which is the latest version that Chevy released. The Silverado model will include all the bells and whistles like the wireless phone charger or the 4G LTE internet that is available.  

Chevy started their company in 1911 in Detroit city. They’re one of the largest vehicle producers in the country. One of their most popular models are the Chevy Silverados equipped with the DURAMAX engine made by ISUZU. They are one of the most unstoppable, strongest, and long-lasting truck. Silverado started in 1999-2000 and has been a power plant ever since; the truck started as just being a Pick-up but now is a Mid-size truck which means it is more of a commercial truck. This truck can tow up to 700 lb of torque and the Allison Transmission is equipped with a Power Take Off (PTO) and it makes it so you can hook Hydraulic Pumps up to the trick to make it a dump truck or use it to run a system of some sort. 

Chevy has produced this power house and to many this will be a perfect truck for a business that requires a lot of towing or hauling. “Chevy’s designers and engineers were obsessed with making this Silverado the most customer-focused medium duty truck of any major competitor,” said Ed Peper, U.S. vice president, GM Fleet.  

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