We’ve been hard on the Chevrolet Silverado. A well-engineered pickup truck with a competent driving character for the most part, the Silverado suffers with a polarizing exterior design, a dull interior, cheap materials, and limited safety gear on most trim levels. Take price into consideration, and it’s a poor value relative to the competition, too.
While the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado LTZ featured here doesn’t solve any of those problems, its new turbodiesel engine makes a significant improvement to the already likable driving character.
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