Wednesday, June 12, 2013

The 2014 Silverado Has Arrived At Jeff Gordon Chevrolet

Chevrolet has made it their life’s work to make Silverado the benchmark of full-size pickups. Everything from Silverado’s interior and exterior styling to ergonomics and performance have been re-engineered. The new Silverado is stronger, smarter and more capable than ever. An now the All-New 2014 Silverado has arrived at Jeff Gordon Chevrolet in Wilmington, North Carolina.

The available EcoTec3 5.3L V-8 engine offers an EPA-estimated 23 mpg highway for 2WD models and 22 mpg highway for 4WD models. That’s better than any V-8 competitor and beats the EPA highway estimates for the Ford F-150 EcoBoost turbocharged V-6.6 With our EcoTec3 5.3L V-8 engine, you keep the benefits of a larger-displacement engine and get better fuel efficiency. We think of it as “doing more with more.”

Silverado’s all-new interior is developed entirely around functionality. Centered around the needs of the driver, we intelligently integrated the smartest technologies into the interior, and the redesigned front seats are built for all-day comfort

Forward-opening doors provide easy access to a reimagined interior that provides more rear-seat leg room in Crew Cab and Double Cab models. Innovative available MyLink† features keep you and your crew connected to the world.

Innovations in capability extend all the way from the hood to the hitch. Improvements like the fully boxed front frame, larger axles and available Max Trailering package (available this fall) allow Silverado to offer a class-leading trailering capacity of up to 11,500 pounds.† Electric power steering, coil-over-shock front suspension and new high lateral-rate body mounts provide better ride and handling. Available integrated under-rail LED lamps, a new upper cargo tie-down system and an available innovative CornerStep rear bumper show we know how you use a truck

Come see, feel and drive the All-New 2014 Chevy Silverado at Jeff Gordon Chevrolet.

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