Chevy refreshed its burly 2500 and 3500 pickups with a refined face and badly needed interior updates to bring them in line with the ritzier trimmings of the heavy-duty Ram and Ford F-Series trucks. The refresh also brings the ZR2 off-road trim to the HD line for the first time in two tiers: ZR2 and ZR2 Bison. With available open-pore wood trim and metal badging, along with a 13.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Chevy’s heavy-duty pickups are contenders in terms of glitz as well as grunt. And now, pricing is out for the revised 2024 Silverado HD models.
With cab and bed configurations, optional engines and rear- or four-wheel drive, pickup truck pricing is always a maze. Add in 2500 and 3500 models, the latter available in single- and dual-rear-wheel configurations, and the Silverado HD is no different. The standard engine is a 6.6-liter gas V-8 making 401 horsepower and 464 pounds-feet of torque, while the optional diesel churns out 470 hp and 975 pounds-feet. Both are paired with a 10-speed Allison automatic transmission.
The Work Truck trim is a sparsely adorned truck with rubberized vinyl flooring. Standard equipment includes an automatic locking rear differential, 12 cargo tie-downs, and steps behind the cab and on the corners of the rear bumper to help you reach — or climb — into the bed. The WT’s interior features a high-definition rearview camera with guidance lines to facilitate trailer hookup, push-button start, a 40/20/40 split-folding front bench seat, six airbags, Bluetooth, power windows and locks, Wi-Fi, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Standard safety equipment includes forward collision alert with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, and a following distance monitor that tells the Silverado driver how many seconds they are behind the car ahead.
Moving up to the Custom, which is available on the 2500 only, adds carpet, cloth seats, cruise control, power-adjustable towing mirrors, tinted glass, 20-inch aluminum wheels, body-color bumpers and satellite radio.
The LT trim includes an integrated trailer brake controller, 17-inch aluminum wheels, chrome bumpers, an EZ Lift tailgate, body-color door handles, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, a 13.4-inch infotainment screen and steering-wheel-mounted audio controls.
The LTZ’s standard-equipment roster balloons with variable steering assist, 18-inch aluminum wheels, front and rear LED lighting, chrome door handles and mirrors, stainless-steel beltline trim, rear wheelhouse liners, automatic windshield wipers and automatic front windows. Inside, the LTZ comes with leather seating, heated 10-way power driver and front passenger seats with memory, a heated tilting and telescoping steering wheel, second-row USB charging ports, dual-zone climate control, a Hitch View camera with a close-up camera angle, trailer information displayed in the touchscreen, an anti-theft system and rear-seat storage.
At the top of the lineup sits the High Country. It adds 20-inch chrome wheels, chrome cab steps and recovery hooks, a polished exhaust tip and body-color bumpers. The bed gets LED lighting, a spray-in bedliner and a camera to keep an eye on your load; a power-sliding rear window eases olfactory examinations of said load. The split front bench seat gets upgraded to ventilated buckets with a fixed console, and the outboard rear seats are heated, as well. A seven-speaker Bose sound system comes standard, and wireless phone charging is included. Additional safety tech includes a 360-degree parking camera, front and rear parking sensors, rear cross-traffic alert, a trailer blind spot alert system and Chevrolet’s Safety Alert seat that vibrates to alert the driver of hazards.
Pricing and Release Date
The 2024 Silverado HD is available for ordering now. Full pricing is below (all prices include an $1,895 destination fee). RWD is standard, while 4WD adds $2,800; the High Country comes with standard 4WD. For 3500 models, adding the dual rear wheels ranges from $1,200 to $1,700, depending on trim. Upgrading from the base gas engine to either version of the 6.6-liter diesel V-8 ranges from $9,490 to $12,750. Pricing for the ZR2 trims will be released later in the year.
Silverado HD 2500
- WT: $45,295
- LT: $49,295
- Custom: $48,695
- LTZ: $58,495
- High Country: $72,895
Silverado HD 3500
- WT: $46,495
- LT: $50,495
- LTZ: $61,495
- High Country: $74,095
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