The goal of the next-generation Chevrolet Silverado wasn't to lure in new buyers with extraneous bells and whistles. Rather, the 2014 model, rolling into dealerships now, aims to give the Chevy faithful exactly what they liked about their existing trucks, while correcting previous flaws. In that context, the new Chevy truck succeeds. It's a measured step in the Silverado's evolution that makes meaningful improvements to its powertrain, styling, utility and comfort.
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