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October 2013

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[ Special Advertising Section ] For truck people, there's no faking it, no in-between: The Silverado's bold, aerodynamic design sends a A pickup can either do the job, or it can't. Today, powerful message of all-new advances. Lavish use of highthat job can mean anything from hitching trailers strength steel boosts solidity and trims weight. Inlaid tripleto hauling the family in serene comfort with sealed doors help keep wind and road noise outside, leaving amenities once associated only with luxury cars. luxurious quiet within. Fortunately, the all-new Chevy Silverado is An available customizable 8" diagonal color touch-screen designed, engineered and built by real truck people houses the advanced Silverado MyLink3 infotainment like its chief engineer, Jeff Luke, system with natural-speech commands. an avid hunter and fisherman Bluetooth®4 and USB ports5 boost The all-new 2014 Chevy whose first truck was a 1985 Silverado muscles the bar to a connectivity. A cocoon of safety offers Chevy. Immersed in pickup new high for full-size pickups. available Lane Departure and Forward science at work and with Collision Alert with a vibrating Safety trucks woven into their daily lives, these passionate Alert Driver Seat, standard electronic stability control, Hill men and women have created the Silverado of Start Assist and available Hill Descent Control. their dreams—and yours. Out back, the Chevy keeps getting the job done: A That 2014 Silverado is an overachiever; a real CornerStep rear bumper and pocket handgrips lend an can-do pickup. No full-size pickup on the market is easy boost into the box, with no fold-down contraptions. quieter, and a trio of Direct Injection, Variable Valve Available LED lamps illuminate the box, eliminating Timing and Active Fuel Management is standard fumbling in the dark. An available EZ-Lift and Lower Tailgate on every one of the three available EcoTec3 opens without a thud and closes smoothly with one hand. engines—a 4.3L V6, a 6.2L V8 (available fall The result is a new benchmark in full-size pickups, a 2013) and a 5.3L V8 that boasts the best V8 fuel truck with all the passion and purpose of the people behind economy in a pickup.1 The 5.3L V8 is even more it. The Silverado and its creators have something else in common: No job was left undone. efficient than the Ford F-150's EcoBoost V6.2 Visit for more. EPA-estimated 16 city/23 hwy mpg (2WD), 16 city/22 hwy mpg (4WD) with the available 5.3L V8 engine. 2EPA-estimated 16 city/22 hwy mpg (2WD), 15 city/21 hwy (4WD) F-150 3.5L EcoBoost V6. 3Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone. Some devices require USB connectivity. 4Go to to find out which phones are compatible with the vehicle. 5Not compatible with all devices. 1 Untitled-10 3 8/9/13 10:59 AM 9/11/13 10:27 AM

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