Chevrolet has released the first-ever pursuit-rated Silverado 1500 for use by police departments. Known as the Silverado PPV (Police Pursuit Vehicle), the truck comes with a 5.3-liter V8 engine that puts out 355 horsepower and is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
The 2023 Silverado PPV comes with upgrades such as 20-inch rims with all-terrain tires as well 16-inch rotors instead of the standard 13-inch ones on the Silverado 1500 WT. The PPV version of the Silverado will come with a crew cab with plenty of space for rear passengers, as well as a short cargo box.
The rugged Silverado PPV can tow up to 9,300 pounds. A 2-inch suspension lift is optional, allowing pursuits on a wide variety of terrains, from roads to dirt paths to steep, rocky inclines. Special shocks, a skid plate, and a locking rear differential make the Silverado PPV even more durable in an off-road chase.
The interior of the Silverado PPV has plenty of space for police gear, and the front middle seat can be removed to maximize cabin space. Chevy has made it easy to customize the Silverado PPV with features like an optional bed tonneau cover.
The 2023 Chevy Silverado PPV is set to be released this summer. Stay tuned to our blog or give Don Hall Chevrolet a call for more details about this model and the brand’s other Silverado variants.
A lifted truck boasts a modified suspension system, which adds height to the vehicle. Due to its raised suspension, the truck can ride on larger tires, adding to the vehicle’s overall height. However, this alteration to the suspension can cause other parts of your vehicle to require recalibration or replacement. A truck can also receive a body lift, which does not require additional adjustments.
Some Advantages to Consider
When you lift your truck, you’re giving it more than a striking appearance. In harsh weather, lifted trucks provide better traction and visibility. If you love off-road exploration, your lifted truck will help you traverse the roughest trails with its high ground clearance. And when it’s time to upgrade to a new car, a lifted truck will demand a higher resale value.
In the market for a tough, capable truck that’s perfect for a lift? Choose a Chevrolet Silverado or a GMC Sierra from Don Hall SuperCenter in Ashland, Kentucky. We’ll help match you with the right trim and configuration to fit your budget, lifestyle, and preferences.
The new Super Cruise features include automatic lane changing functionality. If the Super Cruise system detects a slow-moving vehicle ahead of you, it can automatically change lanes, pass, and return to the lane you were previously in, when safely allowable. The latest Super Cruise update will also allow you to tow while using Super Cruise, so you can enjoy a hands-free ride when bringing along your camper, boat, trailer, or ATVs. And finally, this update even enhances your vehicle’s navigation system. Now, you’ll be able to view Super Cruise-compatible roads and pick routes that enable hands-free driving.
Super Cruise has been continuously improving since it debuted back in 2017. Currently, it’s compatible with over 200,000 miles of roadway throughout the United States and Canada. If you’d like to get behind the wheel of a Super Cruise-enabled vehicle, come browse our inventory at the Don Hall SuperCenter in Ashland, Kentucky.
Every year, it seems like Chevrolet finds some way to improve the already-incredible Silverado 1500. It seems that 2022 model year is no exception for the innovative automaker, either. Here’s some of the updates you can expect on the new 2022 Silverado 1500.
A new interior
When you opt for a 2022 Silverado 1500 with LT trim or higher, you’ll get an upgrade to an all-new interior. These major interior modifications include a gigantic 13.4-inch infotainment screen, electronic shifter, sophisticated dash, and optional wood trim.
Though good looks are important, Chevy has also updated its Silverado 1500 to be even more capable for 2022. The 2.7-liter powertrain now produces even more torque than before, and the diesel powertrain model is now capable of towing up to 13,300 pounds.
An off-road variant
Catering to its most adventurous customers, Chevy is introducing an all-new ZR2 trim level to the existing Silverado 1500 lineup. This fierce trim level comes with a host of off-road ready features for you to tackle to trails with, like a two-inch lift, skid plates, 33-inch tires, and Multimatic shocks and springs.
If you want to be the first to know when the updated 2022 Silverado 1500 hits the lot at Don Hall SuperCenter, keep in touch with us on social media.
Wish it was easier to load and unload your truck’s bed? Chevrolet will be adding a feature to the 2022 Silverado HD that you’re going to love: the Multi-Flex Tailgate.
If you’re always stacking lumber and bags of concrete in the back of your truck here in Ashland, Kentucky, the Multi-Flex Tailgate will make that task much easier. How? By providing easier access to the back of the truck and more versatile accommodation of long items.
Here’s how it works: The Multi-Flex Tailgate can be configured six different ways on the Silverado HD thanks to an innovative inner flap inside the tailgate that’s on a separate hinge. Flip it open and down to use it as a step into the bed, swing it out to add an extra foot of storage for long items, or lift it up and out to have a makeshift desk for mobile office work.
If you’re worried about straining the inner tailgate, you won’t have to worry. It can handle up to 375 pounds of weight stacked on it — it’s just as heavy-duty as the rest of the truck! The Multi-Flex Tailgate debuted on the Silverado 1500 for the 2021 model year, so it’s not a surprise that the Chevy Silverado HD is receiving it for 2022. It’s a great tool for your work on the farm, ranch, or build site here in Ashland — and one more reason to buy a 2022 Silverado HD from Don Hall SuperCenter.