2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 consumer reviews

$23,590–$27,830 MSRP range
side view of 2013 Silverado 1500 Chevrolet
84% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.5
  • Value for the money 4.3
  • Exterior styling 4.5
  • Reliability 4.5
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My last Chevy

This car was JUNK! I owned 4 Chevy trucks and this was my last .Briuhht it home only 8 miles on it and next day smelled coolant and low and behold the heater core was bad and they ruined the interior and I demanded a new new but no go and it took 6 months to get all the interior fixed and it was a freaking rattle trap.They fact I couldn’t get a new truck was it for me.


Never had an expensive vehicle rust completely out

Vehicle was taken very good care of and still totally rusted the whole frame out and turned into a worthless piece of junk with $13,000.00 still owed on it.


Purchased New Dec. 2012, Have 238,000 miles

This has been the most reliable vehicle I have ever owned. Purchased new Dec 2012. As of April 2021, I have over 238,000 miles! Outside of scheduled maintenance, I have replaced front and rear factory brakes at 200,000 miles - I was down to 15 Percent on Front, 8 Percent rear. I replaced both Front hubs at 210,000 miles. I follow the maintenance as outlined in owners manual. This has been a very good reliable truck. Cant' say it enough. I have the 4.8L V8 engine, 4x4 Reg Cab Short Box. LS trim. Body / Paint /Trim still look Great, People comment all the time, Drive Tran and Engine still run strong. Getting Same MPG (18) that I got from the first Tank of Gas. I use Truck for commuting back forth to work, driving off road (weekly) fire trails, farm pastures, dirt roads as well as interstate.


Awesome truck

Love this truck! Was thrilled to find one in such great shape within my budget!Bought it used, has everything my family needs! Great experience at the dealership! One happy Mom!


Very nice and comfortable

I’ve owned Silverado’s before and this is very well equipped and comfortable.. I just purchased this vehicle and so far so good really need to drive it for a while to give an accurate description..


Husband love it

I purchase this truck and . This car meet all of we need husband love it powerful v8 truck smooth to drive looks great I will recommended


Great Lots of Room for the family

There are six in my family and my boys are six feet tall and growing and there is leg room and head room. Everyone has room.


Descent truck but paint is crap

The truck serves its purpose as a truck should. The factory paint is the biggest problem. Everytime i wash my truck using only a garden hose, large portions of paint just fall off all around the truck under standard water pressure. I have the white paint on mine and its total garbage. My truck is quickly turning to bare metal and i only drive it maybe 20 miles every other week. At this rate, my truck which has less than 50k miles on it will be in a scrap yard in less than 3 years due to rust eating the cab, bed, and front end off the chassis due to the crap paint job chevrolet put on this model. It should be recalled since the problem lies within the factory paint but its looking like i will have to dish out more money to fix the issue so my truck lasts to meet the expected life span of the vehicle. Had i known the issue before i bought this truck, I would be driving something different.


nicest vehicle I've owned

its just we wanted. With a family of 6, this thing has plenty of room. Very comfortable and drives down the road nicely. And I'm sure it will pull my trailer with toys on it just fine.


LTZ Crew Cab

LTZ model has all the fancy bells and whistles. Sunroof. Accelerator pedal adjuster. Leather. Heated seats. Decent sound system. Crew cab is 4 inches roomier in back seat than the newer double cab. Nice little short bed to get the farm work done and still fit in the garage. 5.3L V8 has plenty of pick up & go - compared to my heavier lumbering 2500HD diesel. Beware the truck locks itself if it “senses” the remote inside after the engine is off. It assumes you have a second remote or a second key.... which I don’t (joys of buying used). So keep a tow company on speed dial and read the truck manual. It’s gonna be a long 21 days to change that habit. Good little half ton truck, but I’m a Chevy girl.