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These behemoth trucks, built on a strong structure that’s modular in design to allow multiple configurations for cabin size and box length, bulge from chiseled sheetmetal styling and ripple with enthused strength due to heavy-duty powertrains that muscle up to the head of the heavy class in terms of raw horsepower, engine torque and efficiency for towing and toting hefty loads.
Chevy’s full-size Silverado LD truck series is extensive, with pickups
cast in 1500 (half-ton) and 2500 (three-quarter-ton) weight classes and
rigged with various cab sizes, plus short or long box and standard
Fleetside body or rakish Sportside. New models for 2006 include a
Silverado 1500 Extended Cab with short box in LT trim, and a gas-electric
Chevrolet’s heavy-duty work trucks under the Silverado banner, built on a
modular structure to allow multiple configurations for cabin size and box
length, appear in 2500 (three-quarter-ton) and 3500 (one-ton) packages.
The trucks conform as a two-door Regular Cab, four-door Extended Cab and
four-door Crew Cab.