2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500



What’s New: 

For the exterior, pretty much the only changes are a few colors like the new Jet Black and Medium Ash Gray interior combination that’s available in the High Country.

A rearview camera is now standard for LT models, Android Auto is available for the first time (joining Apple CarPlay, which came in 2016), and the standard Teen Driver mode lets owners monitor the behavior of other drivers using the truck. The top-of-the-line High Country package has added standard equipment: a heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel; power-adjustable pedals; and the Enhanced Driver Alert package, which includes forward-collision alert, lane-keeping assist, low-speed automated emergency braking, automatic high-beams, and a seat that vibrates if the vehicle is in danger of crashing.


Small capability upgrades include bumping the towing capacity from 12,000 pounds to 12,500 pounds on trucks equipped with the 6.2-liter V-8, as well as a new P265/65R-18 all-terrain tire offered as an option on the 1LT trim.