Prices for Medium-Duty 2019 Chevrolet Silverado Start at $48,465

Chevrolet Silverado 4500:5500 HD 1

Chevrolet has announced pricing for the all-new medium-duty 2019 Silverado 4500, 5500 and 6500 chassis-cab trucks. Although the trucks won't make it into dealerships until late this year, we have pricing details for the full lineup. No doubt some people will want to put a traditional 8-foot bed on the back of one, but for now Chevy is leaving that to the aftermarket.

Here's a brief list of features for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 4500, 5500 and 6500:

Two-wheel and four-wheel-drive configurations are available for all models The turbo-diesel 6.6-liter Duramax makes 350 horsepower/700 pounds-feet of torque

  • Gear ratio options are 4.10:1, 4.30:1, 4.56:1 and 4.88:1
  • Gross vehicle weight ratings range from 15,000 to 22,900 pounds
  • All models have a smooth upfitting-friendly one-piece straight frame without rivets on top
  • The tilt-forward hood allows for easy engine access and serviceability
  • A 50-degree turn angle for the front wheels provides tighter turning and easier maintenance
  • Optional features include dual fuel tanks, air suspension and a suite of connectivity choices

Here are the prices, destination included, for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado chassis cabs:

Regular Cabs

  • 4500 2WD: $48,465
  • 4500 4WD: $51,365
  • 5500 2WD: $51,100
  • 5500 4WD: $54,000
  • 6500 2WD: $54,575
  • 6500 4WD: $57,030

Crew Cabs

  • 4500 2WD: $52,080
  • 4500 4WD: $55,580
  • 5500 2WD: $54,715
  • 5500 4WD: $58,215
  • 6500 2WD: $58,190
  • 6500 4WD: $61,245

For more information about Chevrolet's fleet and commercial offerings (which includes everything from the Malibu sedan and Tahoe SUV to the entire pickup truck, van and cab-forward lineup), click here.

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Chevrolet Silverado 5500HD[9] A II

 

Comments

A big fat beautiful truck would scare work into doing itself.

Just show up in this fabulous truck and the debris will just jump right into the back. No, Frank, not you. I just meant the trash.

And for less than $50K. Wow!

What makes little sense to me is, why come out with a new truck, but use the old body style cab? Why not use the newest HD that will be shown in a few months.

What makes little sense to me is, why come out with a new truck, but use the old body style cab? ..Posted by: Bob | Jul 13, 2018

They were just trying to protect your eyes from that much beauty in one place. They consulted with doctors before making the decision and the docs said we can only handle a certain amount of beauty without risk of losing eyesight.

Cheap cheap and more cheap GM crap

I agree papajim

Great job GM.

@Bob, they use the previous generation sheetmetal because it's paid for. The Ford F-650/750 still uses the previous Super Duty cabs and headlights as well. It's just an economic decision.

Following in Ford's footsteps. International used to make trucks for Ford now they will make trucks for GM. Ford built a 2.7 turbo V6 now GM builds a 2.7 turbo 4. What next small turbo v6 to replace 6.2 in the sierra maybe?

fantastic looking and intimidating looking truck. Great job GM.

More junk for the JUNK YARDS!!! They can’t compete with the mighty FORD F750.

Looks OK. NA only though. Payloads a bit light, but better for GM than nothing in this segment

This is a nice looking truck. Seems to look good in all configurations. Chevy WT in white is hideous but the upper trim in red looks. Haven't seen one yet but probably looks good in other darker colors.

Good job GM, Good looking truck and impressive options.
The Duramax detuned like that will make a very long lasting and capable engine.

Tilt hood, flat frame rails, factory air suspension.; Got the competition beat.

@ FrankinFl
It's all the same. They all copy each others ideas. Ford is just as guilty as the rest. Ram comes out with a 3.0 diesel for their halfton and now Ford will have one. Toyota stamped the name of their trucks in the tailgate, now the new F-150 has a stamped tailgate...

HAHAHAHA, look at those pathetic payload numbers. Good job GM, you made a massive medium duty truck that is only capable of light duty work. What a comeplete joke. Just like the GM HD trucks with 4 tons less capability than a RAM truck. At least you have all the GM fan girls foaming at the mouth. But hey, maybe it's fast. That's what the GM girls always say isn't it?

FrankinFl
It's all the same. They all copy each others ideas. Ford is just as guilty as the rest. Ram comes out with a 3.0 diesel for their halfton and now Ford will have one. Toyota stamped the name of their trucks in the tailgate, now the new F-150 has a stamped tailgate...


Posted by: Jim | Jul 13, 2018 7:03:08 PM

Hey Jim, get your facts straight. Ford has been using that diesel for years in Land Rovers. And I didn't know Toyota made trucks in the 1940's. That's when Ford was stamping their tailgate.

Tilt hood, flat frame rails, factory air suspension.; Got the competition beat.


Posted by: Big Bob | Jul 13, 2018 6:40:08 PM

How? Every medium duty truck has that.

BD is a little slow obviously. I don't care if they had the diesel in the 1700s, they didn't put it in a halfton truck until someone else did dummy...holysh*t.

BD is a little slow obviously. I don't care if they had the diesel in the 1700s, they didn't put it in a halfton truck until someone else did dummy...holysh*t.


Posted by: Jim | Jul 13, 2018 7:27:33 PM

So by your retarted logic the second company that put an engine in a truck was coping the first. Great insight there weirdo.

Following in Ford's footsteps. International used to make trucks for Ford now they will make trucks for GM. Ford built a 2.7 turbo V6 now GM builds a 2.7 turbo 4. What next small turbo v6 to replace 6.2 in the sierra maybe?
Posted by: frankinFL | Jul 13, 2018 12:33:41 PM

GM had turbo power trucks in the 1960s stupid, as for International they made great trucks and motors! It was when Ford up the power on the 6.0L and 6.4L to try keep up with GM's Duramax is when problems arise! LMBO! Fast forward fords are being recalled and still can't touch a Duramax in performance!

HAHAHAHA, look at those pathetic payload numbers. Good job GM, you made a massive medium duty truck that is only capable of light duty work. What a comeplete joke. Just like the GM HD trucks with 4 tons less capability than a RAM truck. At least you have all the GM fan girls foaming at the mouth. But hey, maybe it's fast. That's what the GM girls always say isn't it?
Posted by: RAM | Jul 13, 2018 7:15:13 PM

This truck is build to last is why is so big unlike Ford or Rams offerings.

International they made great trucks and motors! It was when Ford up the power on the 6.0L and 6.4L to try keep up with GM's Duramax is when problems arise! LMBO! Fast forward fords are being recalled and still can't touch a Duramax in performance!


Posted by: johnny doe | Jul 13, 2018 7:31:38 PM

You are 100% wrong. Both those engines had huge issues in the International trucks too. In fact the whole series of International engine had massive issues. This led to International being sued by a massive amount to of commercial companies and International had to drop those engines and go with Cummins for a while.

This truck is build to last is why is so big unlike Ford or Rams offerings.


Posted by: johnny doe | Jul 13, 2018 7:33:49 PM

Honestly, is that really the best you could come up with? You don't know this. It's new. Ford and Ram have been in the market for years with years of reliable service behind them.

@ BD (Big Dummy)
You are proving your name with every comment. Why so defensive lol. The logic came from your Ford Brother FrankinFl which I was commenting on. He said GM copied Ford with the 2.7 4 banger. So I gave him (or you) an example of the same idea but with Ford. So like i said, i wasnt claiming they invented it, but they definitely copied Rams idea

BD (Big Dummy)
You are proving your name with every comment. Why so defensive lol. The logic came from your Ford Brother FrankinFl which I was commenting on. He said GM copied Ford with the 2.7 4 banger. So I gave him (or you) an example of the same idea but with Ford. So like i said, i wasnt claiming they invented it, but they definitely copied Rams idea


Posted by: Jim | Jul 13, 2018 7:51:07 PM

Ok, RAM copied Ford when they put a diesel in their HD truck. Ford and GM did it first and Dodge followed suit.

The reason GM dropped heavy duty line years ago was because they were NOT dependable. Will that change now?? On a new release..

Ya that's another example. Not my logic, FrankinFl

I think dodge may have been the first with a diesel in a half ton truck in maybe 78 or 79. Was a four cylinder Cummins. Next half ton diesel was GM with the 350 converted diesel. The GM was so complete disaster.

I wonder where BA aka BLEACHED ANUS is with his brilliant comments? HAHAHAHAHAHA

Seriously, "bleached anus". That doesn't even make sense. Not that I care but surely you can do better? That's not very brilliant yourself

@ Phillip
We know what's on your mind. Maybe you know Frank?

It's new. Ford and Ram have been in the market for years with years of reliable service behind them.

Posted by: BD | Jul 13, 2018 7:39:03 PM

Ram yes, but reliable Fords. Haha. That's funny.

the FAKE papajim strikes again.

The real papajim does not do scatalogical material. If you need a dictionary to figure out what that means, then you know the REAL Papajim has said it.

I've noticed papajim is a sophomaniac. It's very humerous

The older I get, the more my ballsack itches....Does this happen to you TNTGMC?

Yep. I totally get what you're saying. My balls itch too. We should get together and scratch each others balls.

Get a room you two!

The F-150 Eco-Boost can haul and tow just as much
https://www.tfltruck.com/2018/07/2019-half-ton-trucks-most-payload-towing-chevy-ford-ram/

@ ecoboost
You have proved multiple times that you don't even know how much the F-150 is rated to tow...14,700 LOL. Save yourself the embarrassment and post as little as possible. You just added a link that recommends not towing more than 9,500lbs in a halfton. Your F-150 Would get obliterated towing against my Duramax so please stop with the F-150 to HD comparisons. It's literally a joke

@ Phillip
We know what's on your mind. Maybe you know Frank?

Posted by: papajim | Jul 13, 2018 8:59:15 PM

Isn't he that guy that has a thing for that dude named Chris? Seems like a strange fellow to be honest.

MORE JUNK JUNK JUNK FROM GM AKA GARBAGE MOTORS COMPANY!!!! HAHAHAHAHAA

HAHAHAHA HAHAHAHA FORD SUPER DUTY IS THE ONLY WAY TO GO HAHAHAHA HAHAHA

I'm totally convinced the kids my wife teaches in kindergarten could come up with more sensible comments than most of the above

IM A IDIOT, SMOKED TO MANY DRUGS AS A CHILD.

GM is always following.... It will probably be as unreliable as their previous junk GM products I had to drive...

I've noticed papajim is a sophomaniac. It's very humerous

It will probably be as unreliable as their previous junk GM products I had to drive...

Posted by: jack | Jul 14, 2018 4:57:37 PM

Still won't be as unreliable as a Powerstroke 6.0, 6.4, or 6.7 powered medium duty truck.

BD is a little slow obviously. I don't care if they had the diesel in the 1700s, they didn't put it in a halfton truck until someone else did dummy...holysh*t.


Posted by: Jim | Jul 13, 2018 7:27:33 PM

So by your retarted logic the second company that put an engine in a truck was coping the first. Great insight there weirdo.


Posted by: BD | Jul 13, 2018 7:29:58 PM


WOW!

Talk about the pot and the kettle....

I see the Ford internet defense force is out working hard.

You'd think the product would speak for itself but apparently Ford needs more hype due to lack of substance.

GM returning to another market segment and fans it abandoned.

Its ok the Gov boys are used to playing catch-up/being behind/quitting and their customers/fans are also very used to it and forgiving. With low standards, low expectations and blind loyalty they continue on with false pride (between instances of quitting, failure, bankruptcy...).

Interesting that there isn't a gas option here.

Lets all welcome GM back to another segment it couldn't cut it in before.

Interesting that there isn't a gas option here.
Posted by: Clint | Jul 17, 2018

@Clint

Don't speak too soon!

Offering a big block gasoline V8 in place of diesel would trim a big chunk off the base price of these trucks. CAFE has a small impact here because the numbers of these trucks sold doesn't make a dent in the total corporate sales. For buyers who can't decide between new or used, the price reduction that gas engines offer could make the difference.



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