2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD Crew Cab 143.5" LT w/1LT
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|Model :||Silverado 1500|
|Drivetrain :||Four Wheel Drive|
|Exterior color :||Red|
|Interior color :||Red|
|Doors :||4 Doors|
With an enormous range of options, features, trims, bed and cab sizes, you can order a 2018 Chevrolet Silverado in just about any configuration you can possibly imagine. If you want to drive a truck, and not make a fashion statement, the Silverado’s conservative styling will likely be appealing.
The idea of trucks being uncomfortable and noisy is as outdated as bipartisan legislation. The 2018 Chevrolet Silverado glides along the highway, quietly despite its boxy design, and smoothly despite its old-school leaf-spring rear suspension. The Silverado’s suspension soaks up big dips with ease, although that same capability also means it’s sometimes floaty off-road or around town. The steering on the other hand feels nicely weighted, and with enough angle that the Silverado is more maneuverable than you might think. Of the three engines available, we recommend the 5.3-liter V8. The V6 offers better fuel economy but feels sluggish, while the 6.2-liter V8’s extra power isn’t enough to offset its fuel-economy hit. The 8-speed automatic translates to fuel economy that’s close to the EcoBoost V6 in the Ford F-150, but unfortunately throttle response feels particularly lazy.
12,500-POUND TRAILERING RATING
If you order a Silverado Crew Cab with the NHT max towing package, you’ll get best-in-class towing capability of 12,500 pounds. That bests the Tundra, F-150, Ram…everyone.
BUILT-IN WI-FI CONNECTIVITY
Chevrolet will bill the Silverado’s Wi-Fi capability as a feature for workers on the job site, and it’s certainly useful there. But we know what it’s really for: taking the Silverado on a road trip, and keeping the kids occupied with their tablets as you travel.
Used 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Regular Cab Interior
Base models of the 2018 Chevy Silverado benefit from the same sensible layout, ample storage, and nicely textured plastics as the rest of the lineup. That’s not to say there aren’t benefits for paying more; move up the trim ladder and you’ll get even higher-end materials, and the top-of-the-line High Country lays on the luxury nice and thick. Beyond creature comforts, there are three cab sizes to choose from: traditional regular cab, a double cab with some extra space behind the front seats, or the crew cab, which can seat up to six in surprising comfort.
Used 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Regular Cab Exterior
Like any modern truck, the Chevy Silverado boasts rugged and distinctive exterior styling. Yet it doesn’t go overboard, instead presenting a relatively conservative face to the world compared to its sometimes garish competitors. Granted, the Silverado LTZ grille is a big chunk o’ chrome, but the rest of the lineup is more tasteful and subdued. The High Country offers a more luxurious take on the full-size pickup, and it looks the part with generous — but tasteful — uses of chrome. Unlike the F-150, the Silverado doesn’t offer a built-in stepladder, but it does offer an optional rear-bumper step.
Used 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Regular Cab Standard Features
Newly standard on the 2018 Chevy Silverado are a rearview camera and a tire-fill alert that honks the horn to tell you when you’ve reached the right inflation pressure. Otherwise things aren’t much different from last year. The basic Silverado WT — that stands for Work Truck — comes with air conditioning, power windows, cruise control and AM/FM audio system with a new 7.0-inch display, auxiliary jack and SD card. Also standard are multiple USB inputs, Teen Driver safe-driving system, projector-beam headlights, LED accents, and the CornerStep cutout on the rear bumper to make it easier to access the truck’s bed.
Used 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Regular Cab Options
Like most full-size pickups, there is a range of engine, cab, bed and drivetrain options to choose from. Besides that are multiple trim levels. If you’re looking for luxury, start with the High Country, which comes standard with the big V8, leather upholstery, navigation, Apple CarPlay, a premium audio system, and more. There are multiple other packages, such as the Midnight Edition, which comes in a cool all-black theme, or the Z71 off-road edition, which tones down the chrome grille. One option that isn’t available at any price is push-button ignition, odd since it’s available in the Silver
Transfer case, electronic Autotrac with rotary dial control (Included with 4WD models only.)
Four wheel drive
Cooling, external engine oil cooler
Alternator, 150 amps
Frame, fully-boxed, hydroformed front section
Steering, Electric Power Steering (EPS) assist, rack-and-pinion
Brakes, 4-wheel disc with DURALIFE rotors, 4-wheel antilock
Capless Fuel Fill
Exhaust, aluminized stainless-steel muffler and tailpipe
Tire carrier lock, keyed cylinder lock that utilizes same key as ignition and door
Lamps, cargo area, cab mounted with switch on center switch bank
CornerStep, rear bumper
Moldings, bodyside, body color
Wheelhouse liners, rear (Requires Crew Cab or Double Cab model.)
Active Aero Shutters, front
Tailgate and bed rail protection cap, top
Tailgate, EZ-Lift and Lower
6-speaker audio system
Seat, rear 60/40 folding bench (folds up), 3-passenger (includes child seat top tether anchor) (Not available on Regular Cab models.)
Instrumentation, 6-gauge cluster featuring speedometer, fuel level, engine temperature, tachometer, voltage and oil pressure
Driver Information Center, 4.2-inch diagonal color display includes driver personalization, warning messages and vehicle information
Windows, power front and rear with driver express up and down and express down on all other windows
Visors, driver and front passenger illuminated vanity mirrors
Assist handle, front passenger on A-pillar
StabiliTrak, stability control system with Proactive Roll Avoidance and traction control includes electronic trailer sway control and hill start assist
Air bags, dual-stage frontal and side-impact, driver and front passenger and head-curtain and seat-mounted side-impact, front and rear outboard seating positions with Passenger Sensing System (Always use safety belts and child restraints. Children are safer when properly secured in a rear seat in the appropriate child restraint. See the Owner's Manual for more information.)
Rear Vision Camera
Teen Driver mode a configurable feature that lets you activate customizable vehicle settings associated with a key fob, to encourage safe driving behavior. It can limit certain vehicle features, and it prevents certain safety systems from being turned off. An in-vehicle report gives you information on your teen's driving habits and helps you to continue to coach your new driver
Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Tire Fill Alert (does not apply to spare tire)