Chevrolet Reveals 2020 Silverado HD Pricing: New Equipment, New Trim

2020 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 High Country Exterior

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By Aaron Bragman

Just a week before automotive journalists get a first spin in the new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 2500/3500 pickup trucks, the Bow-Tie brand released pricing for the heavily redesigned big rigs. The starting price for a new 2020 Silverado 2500 will come in $300 less than the outgoing model, but Chevy says that it features considerably more content and capability than the vehicle it replaces. A new Custom trim level will slot between the Work Truck and LT models on the 2500 but is not available on the 3500. An all-new 6.6-liter gasoline V-8 will be standard along with trailer tow mirrors. Available options include the turbo-diesel 6.6-liter Duramax V-8 mated to a new Allison 10-speed automatic transmission, a larger long-bed configuration with a class-leading 83.5 cubic feet of cargo room, 12 fixed tie-downs, and both the BedStep and CornerStep aids for easier access to that cargo.

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As with their GMC brethren, prices for the 2020 Chevy behemoths fluctuate wildly compared with prices for 2019 models. A 2019 Silverado 2500 LT crew cab with the standard bed that starts at $43,395 will drop $1,800 for 2020. But the top-drawer High Country model will be a whopping $5,300 more expensive for 2020. Pricing comparisons for the Silverado 3500 are trickier because Chevrolet offered only crew-cab versions for 2019. A base 3500 Work Truck crew cab is $1,095 cheaper for 2020 and a 3500 LT crew cab costs $2,695 less, but a top High Country crew cab is $6,400 more expensive. It seems Chevy's strategy with the new HD pricing is to make the work-friendly, mass-market versions more affordable while boosting the price and content on the lower-volume top trim models.

Stay tuned the week of June 23 when we'll have our First Drive report of the new 2020 Silverado 2500/3500. Meanwhile, here's what you can expect to pay for a 2020 Silverado HD; all prices include a $1,595 destination charge.

2020 Silverado 2500

Silverado 2500 Work Truck

  • Regular cab, long bed: $35,695
  • Double cab, standard bed: $38,095
  • Double cab, long bed: $38,295
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $39,895
  • Crew cab, long bed: $40,095[JB5]

Silverado 2500 Custom

  • Double cab, standard bed: $40,595
  • Double cab, long bed: $40,795
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $42,395
  • Crew cab, long bed: $42,595

Silverado 2500 LT

  • Regular cab, long bed: $39,595
  • Double cab, standard bed: $41,595
  • Double cab, long bed: $41,795
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $43,395
  • Crew cab, long bed: $43,595

Silverado 2500 LTZ

  • Double cab, standard bed: $50,295
  • Double cab, long bed: $50,495
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $52,095
  • Crew cab, long bed: $52,295

Silverado 2500 High Country

  • Crew cab, standard bed: $62,695
  • Crew cab, long bed: $62,895

2020 Silverado 3500

Silverado 3500 Work Truck

  • Regular cab, long bed SRW*: $36,895
  • Regular cab, long bed DRW**: $38,095
  • Double cab, long bed SRW: $39,495
  • Double cab, long bed DRW: $40,695
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $41,095
  • Crew cab, long bed SRW: $41,295
  • Crew cab, long bed DRW: $42,495

Silverado 3500 Custom

  • Trim not available

Silverado 3500 LT

  • Regular cab, long bed SRW: $40,795
  • Regular cab, long bed DRW: $41,995
  • Double cab, long bed SRW: $42,995
  • Double cab, long bed DRW: $44,195
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $44,595
  • Crew cab, long bed SRW: $44,795
  • Crew cab, long bed DRW: $45,995

Silverado 3500 LTZ

  • Crew cab, standard bed: $53,295
  • Crew cab, long bed SRW: $53,495
  • Crew cab, long bed DRW: $54,695

Silverado 3500 High Country

  • Crew cab, standard bed: $63,895
  • Crew cab, long bed SRW: $64,095
  • Crew cab, long bed DRW: $65,295

*Single rear wheel

**Dual rear wheel

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