Chevrolet Trucks for the Connecticut Shopper
It’s always a hard task to take the best and make it even better, but that didn’t deter Chevrolet from giving the Silverado a complete makeover for 2019, exactly two decades after it was first introduced to the market.
Last year, as the year before that, the Silverado was GM’s best-selling and most profitable vehicle, regardless of class or price range. It dominated not only its parent company’s lineup but the US automobile market as well, after being ranked as the second-best selling vehicle in America, again not taking price range into account. For a car that commands a cost as high as the Silverado, coming in at number 2 when it comes to total units sold speaks volumes of how great this machine really is.
To address the obvious, this couldn’t have happened in any other country on Earth. Nowhere on the Planet are people so into pick-up trucks as they are in the US. Our love affair with the pick-up started 80 years ago when farmers strapped wooden crates onto their Ford Model Ts. Since then the auto industry took notice and started to produce new models every year, making them better and better.
For a long time though only functionality mattered so the models of yesterday were sturdy but not something, you'd proudly drive through town in. Not the case anymore as clients have yet again changed the game and made the industry put effort into both looks and comfort.