For 2019, the Silverado 3500HD is only offered in Crew Cab configuration with standard or long box. See the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD models for sale near you
It's hard to recommend the best Silverado 3500HD for you, largely because there are so many models available. Our suggestion: Take a long look at the choices and pick the one that suits you best. Want to haul around the whole family in style? That'll be the High Country trim. Looking to haul a huge trailer? Go for the turbodiesel with the standard box. Either way, regardless of the model you pick, you're likely to find something for just about everyone. Find a Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD for sale
For 2019, the Silverado 3500HD comes only in Crew Cab configuration with the option of a standard or long box. Shoppers even have the ability to choose between two or four rear wheels, depending on the payload capacity needed, single or dual rear axles and gas or diesel engines.
In terms of trim levels, the Silverado 3500HD offers four. There's a base-level Work Truck (WT), a midlevel LT, an upscale LTZ and a luxurious High Country.
Choose the Work Truck ($42,190), and you'll find only basic transportation. Designed for use on gritty job sites, this model includes MyLink 7-in touchscreen infotainment with 6-speaker audio, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, a 40/20/40 vinyl front seat, a rear backup camera, an automatic locking rear differential, heavy-duty engine and transmission oil coolers, front and rear chrome bumpers, air conditioning, power locks, power windows and cruise control.
For a few more creature comforts, you'll need to step up to the LT ($47,290). It includes a more generous list of standard equipment, ranging from power mirrors and tinted glass to alloy wheels. Also standard are cloth seats, an EZ Lift and lower tailgate, and MyLink with an 8-in touchscreen with OnStar and satellite radio.
Next up is the LTZ ($52,390), which includes features such as leather seating, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, fog lights, power-folding mirrors, larger alloy wheels, chrome trim, remote vehicle start, an integrated trailer brake control, power-sliding rear window with defroster and an 110-volt outlet.
Topping the range is the exclusive High Country ($57,495), which adds appearance upgrades, including 20-in alloy wheels, body-color bumpers, chrome side steps, full-leather front bucket seats, carpeted floor mats, special trim and a unique interior design with a center console. It also adds a navigation system, a Bose sound system, front and rear park assist, and a wireless charging system.
As you might expect, options are plentiful. In addition to the 6.6-liter Duramax turbodiesel engine and dually rear wheels, the truck offers everything from work-ready features -- such as a heavy-duty trailer package, 4-wheel drive, power adjustable pedals and rear park assist -- to high-end convenience features, including a lane-departure warning system and forward-collision warning.
|Basic||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||5 Years/60,000 Miles HD Duramax Diesel|
|Corrosion||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
|Rust-Through||6 Years/100,000 Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||5 Years/60,000 Miles HD Duramax Diesel|
|Maintenance||1 Year/1 Visit|
2019 RAM HD -- It's hard to ignore the heavy-duty RAM, which boasts amazing capabilities thanks to its new design, a torquey engine and its self-leveling suspension.
2019 Ford F-350 Super Duty -- The F-350 offers more luxury, more high-tech features and better trailering ability. The F-350's engine choices are equivalent to the Silverado 3500HD's, but its aluminum bed may not be as rugged.