Last year’s freshening caused the full-size Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck to display more of a family resemblance to the company’s Avalanche and TrailBlazer sport utility vehicles. Two models join the lineup for 2004: a 1500 Crew Cab, which replaces the prior 1500HD series, and a 2... Read Full Report
Chevrolet's high-performance Super Sport moniker is applied to a pickup truck with the Silverado SS. Powered by a 345-horse version of the Vortec V-8, Silverado joins a cadre of Chevy SS editions dating back to 1961, including Impala, Chevelle, Nova and Camaro. New for 2003, Silverado SS is the first of several upcoming SS models, including Impala SS for 2004 and an all-new Chevelle SS... Read full review for the 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
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just hit 220,000 miles, and all i have done to this truck since i bought it new is replace tires, intake gaskets at 125,000 (easy job on the 5.3), fuel pump at 200,000, also changed the spark plugs wh... Read Full Review
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