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2016 Chevrolet Silverado High Desert

has never been one to stray away from special editions and options packages designed to ignite customer interest. Nowhere else is that more true than with the pickup. Well, Chevy announced today a new based off a first seen at the It’s called the and it’s available on LT, LTZ, and High Country trims of the

Opting for the High Desert package brings several changes to the the most notable is the all-new flexible and lockage storage system in the cargo bed. Coming in a close second is the addition of s Magnetic Ride Control suspension system – marking the first time its been available on the Silverado. Previously, it could be had on its twin, the

“The High Desert package blends the capability and utility of Silverado with the refinement and luxury of Suburban,” said Sandor Piszar, director of Chevrolet truck marketing. “It’s ideal for those customers who want both the security of a lockable cargo area, as well as the flexibility of a bed.”

Now that Piszar mentioned it, the High Desert package does make the Silverado look an awful lot like the old Chevy Avalanche, which was based on the then-current Suburban. While GM isn’t expressly saying the High Desert fills the role of the Avalanche, it’s hard to not see the similarities, especially in the sail panels that run from the bed rails to the top of the cab.

Perhaps Chevy has customers begging for storage solutions like the RamBox, available on the Ram 1500 and Ram HD pickups, or perhaps customers just wanted something similar to the Avalanche. Either way, the High Desert package seems like a great addition to the Silverado – at least far more than any of Chevy’s recent special edition pickups.

Continue reading to learn more about the Chevrolet Silverado High Desert.



2016 Chevrolet Silverado High Desert

has never been one to stray away from special editions and options packages designed to ignite customer interest. Nowhere else is that more true than with the pickup. Well, Chevy announced today a new based off a first seen at the It’s called the and it’s available on LT, LTZ, and High Country trims of the

Opting for the High Desert package brings several changes to the the most notable is the all-new flexible and lockage storage system in the cargo bed. Coming in a close second is the addition of s Magnetic Ride Control suspension system – marking the first time its been available on the Silverado. Previously, it could be had on its twin, the

“The High Desert package blends the capability and utility of Silverado with the refinement and luxury of Suburban,” said Sandor Piszar, director of Chevrolet truck marketing. “It’s ideal for those customers who want both the security of a lockable cargo area, as well as the flexibility of a bed.”

Now that Piszar mentioned it, the High Desert package does make the Silverado look an awful lot like the old Chevy Avalanche, which was based on the then-current Suburban. While GM isn’t expressly saying the High Desert fills the role of the Avalanche, it’s hard to not see the similarities, especially in the sail panels that run from the bed rails to the top of the cab.

Perhaps Chevy has customers begging for storage solutions like the RamBox, available on the Ram 1500 and Ram HD pickups, or perhaps customers just wanted something similar to the Avalanche. Either way, the High Desert package seems like a great addition to the Silverado – at least far more than any of Chevy’s recent special edition pickups.

Continue reading to learn more about the Chevrolet Silverado High Desert.


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2016 Chevrolet Silverado High Desert

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