Comparing Trim Options for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
It’s the time of year when camping and travel are high on everyone’s priority list, but without a trusted pickup truck to carry you to your destination, you won’t get very far. Consider the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 for sale at Zeck Chevrolet in Purcell, Oklahoma. 2019 has brought several major upgrades to Chevrolet’s star pickup truck that are bound to be attractive to those looking for a pickup truck for sale in Oklahoma. Before getting into the latest additions to the Silverado 1500, let’s consider all the trim options available.
There are eight trim options available for the 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 and each one comes with its own bold design and unique features. These designs set each trim apart from the others and the trims progress in ascending order of cost. The eight trim options are the Work Truck, the Custom, the Custom Trail Boss, the LT, the RST, the LT Trail Boss, LTZ, and the High Country.
Trim Options for the 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500
Starting off with the basics, the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 comes in its default form as simply the Work Truck trim package. The Work Truck trim package includes an Ecotec3 4.3L V6 engine with Active Fuel Management, a new blacked-out grille, and a Durabed featuring 12 standard tie-downs. The Work Truck trim package starts at around $32,200 and is the least expensive version of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500.
Known simply as the Custom trim, the next level trim package for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 boasts some added technology. Among the features that are a step up from the previous trim package are its signature LED taillamps, 20-inch silver painted aluminum wheels, seven-inch diagonal color touchscreen, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The Custom trim package starts at around $34,600, approximately $2,400 more than the Work Truck trim package.
Next up is the Custom Trail Boss trim package for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. This trim package features performance improvements including a Z71 Off-Road Package, 18-inch black wheels with Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac off-road tires, an Autotrac two-speed transfer case, and a two-inch factory suspension lift. The Custom Trail Boss is designed for the trails just as its name implies and it starts at around $39,500, $4,900 more than the Custom but it has significant trail-rated improvements.
The next trim package is simply named the LT and offers a more extravagant style for those who prefer chrome trim as opposed to the black trim of the previous options.
The LT trim package boasts LED headlamps, LED signature daytime running lamps, an eight-inch diagonal color touchscreen display, and 17-inch bright silver painted aluminum wheels. With slightly smaller wheels than the Custom Trail Boss, the LT speaks more to style and class than trail performance but retains all the key features of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. The LT starts at around $36,900.
While the RST trim package is also considered a side-grade in terms of pricing, it offers a slightly different body style that matches its bumpers and grill with the color of the truck as opposed to them being chrome or black. This speaks more to a preference of style when choosing between the Custom Trail Boss’s black trim styling and the chrome of the LT trim package style.
The RST trim package has a more uniform appearance and traditional style. It features 18-inch bright silver painted aluminum wheels, keyless open and start, a body-color center bar, bumpers, and door handles, LED lamps and cargo area lighting, and In terms of pricing, the RST trim package is also around the same level of the two previous trim options starting at around $38,800.
As the name implies, the LT Trail Boss trim package combines the best aspects of the Custom Trail Boss package with the chrome style of the LT. This creates a look that is a mix between the Custom Trail Boss and the LT trim packages. The LT Trail Boss comes with on Ecotec3 5.3L V8 engine with Dynamic Fuel Management and dual exhaust, and Autotrac two-speed transfer case, 18-inch black wheels with Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac off-road tires, a two-inch factory suspension lift, and the Z71 Off-Road Package. The LT Trail Boss starts at around $48,300, a considerable step up from the previous trim packages but is also the equivalent of the LT and Custom Trail Boss combined, considered by many to be the best of both worlds.
The next trim package is the LTZ that also features a chrome style but with even more chrome accents than the other chrome trim packages. The LTZ comes with a chrome grille, center bar, bumpers, mirror caps, door handles, and beltline accents. It also features 18-inch bright silver painted aluminum wheels, advanced trailering features, and perforated leather-appointed seating. The LTZ trim package starts at around $43,000.
Coming in at the top of the list, the High Country trim package is a fearsome truck with unmatched size, power, and style. The High Country trim package features massive 20-inch machined aluminum wheels, high-intensity LED headlamps, an exclusive grille, a center bar with two-tone bronze and chrome finishing, and a powered tailgate that moves to both open and closed positions automatically. The High Country trim package for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 starts at around $53,000 and is the most expensive trim package currently available.
With eight trim packages for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 to choose from, there is bound to be the right combination of options and styles for any prospective buyer. Whether you are focusing on a trail-centric build or emphasizing style, one of these eight trim packages will be right for you. Compare each trim package by price to find the one that meets your price range and you are well on the way to being the proud owner of a new 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500.