Do you need to get your hands on a pickup truck that’s a little bit more heavy-duty than the popular Chevrolet Silverado 1500? If so, the Chevrolet 2500 HD would be a fantastic option. It’s a Chevrolet truck that handles almost anything you throw at it. Whether you want to use this Chevy truck to tow heavy trailers or to haul around heavy equipment, it’ll get the job done for you every time. Learn more about the powerful Chevrolet 2500 below and consider adding one to your driveway today.
If you’re in the market for a Chevrolet 2500 HD, you’ll be happy to learn that there are a handful of different trim levels for this Chevrolet truck. From the entry-level Work Truck trim that will provide you with the basics to other more advanced trim levels, like the LT, Custom, LTZ, and High Country, you’ll be able to select the trim level that you like the most based on how you plan to use your new Chevy truck.
Chevy is also planning to release a brand-new ZR2 trim level for the Chevy 2500 that will be ideal for those who plan to do off-roading in their 2500 HD truck. It’s recommended that you try comparing what each of the different trims brings to the table so that you can pick the best one of the bunch and use your new truck to its full potential from the second you get behind the wheel.
Chevrolet decided to give the latest Chevrolet 2500 HD a makeover to make it look even more rugged than it already did. They reworked the front bumper, grille, and headlamps to give it a tougher and more refined appearance. They’ve also made the Chevy 2500 HD available in many colors, including black, cherry red tintcoat, greenstone metallic, northsky blue metallic, silver ice metallic, and more. Despite its new look, the Chevrolet 2500 HD is as handsome as ever and looks formidable on the open road.
If you’re thinking about buying a Chevrolet 2500 HD, there’s a good chance that you’re planning on using it to tow things around regularly. We’re thrilled to let you know that it will come with a power-packed engine that will help you haul almost anything you want. It comes standard with a 6.6-liter V-8 engine capable of producing up to 401 horsepower and 464 lb-ft of torque. You can also upgrade to a Duramax diesel 6.6-liter V-8 engine that can produce up to 470 horsepower and 975 lb-ft of torque.
These engines will connect to an Allison 10-speed automatic transmission and provide either rear- or four-wheel drive capabilities. The Duramax diesel engines in these Chevy trucks are slightly more potent than the standard ones and will work better for those hauling extra heavy loads. We’re sure neither of these engines will let you down in the performance department.
You’ll probably never get around to pushing a Chevrolet 2500 HD to the max when it comes to towing. But if you need to do it, it’ll be nice to know that the Chevy 2500 HD can tow up to 17,400 pounds without batting an eye or up to 36,000 pounds if you go with the optional Duramax diesel engine. You won’t ever have to worry about this Chevrolet truck not providing you enough power to tow even the heaviest loads. Curious how it compares to its cousin, the Ford F-250? We’ve got you covered. Check out this F-250 and 2500 comparison post on our blog!
If you purchase the bare-bones Work Truck trim when buying a Chevy 2500 HD, it won’t come crammed with too many luxurious features inside. But if you decide to step up to one of the other trim levels, you might be pleasantly surprised to see just how luxurious the interior of a Chevy 2500 can be. You’ll find some of these trucks equipped with features like heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a larger-than-life center console bin, and storage compartments that will make this the perfect work truck.
Every single Chevy 2500 HD comes with a touch screen that you can use to run the Google-based infotainment interface that many Chevrolets rely on. You’ll have the option to go with a standard-size screen or an upgraded 13.4-inch touchscreen. Either way, the screen will give you access to standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It’ll also allow you to create specific trailer profiles that you can use for the different trailers you will be pulling with this Chevy truck. You can even download an app that you can use to keep an eye on these trailers.
Safety will be of the utmost importance when you’re using a Chevrolet 2500 HD to pull a trailer around. So you’ll like hearing that this Chevy truck has a long list of standard safety features, such as a multi-view camera system that you can use to monitor a trailer when you’re in close quarters.
You’ll also have the option to add available safety features like forward collision warning, automated emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert to any Chevy 2500 trim level. These features will make your Chevy truck as safe as it can be.
Would you like to test drive a Chevrolet 2500 HD to see what it can do? Our dealership has lots of new trucks in our inventory, and we can help you pick out the specific Chevy 2500 that you would like to put to the test. We can also speak with anyone interested in financing a Chevy 2500 and show them their options. Our finance center will make it possible for you to secure the Chevy truck of your dreams. Still doing your research? Check out our handy 2500 vs F-250 comparison to help you decide!
Down the line, our dealership will also help you keep your Chevy truck in excellent shape by providing you with the necessary maintenance and repairs. We have all the parts that you’ll need for your new Chevy 2500 HD in stock. Contact us now to discuss the Chevy 2500 HD more with one of our helpful representatives.