2016 Silverado Diesel vs 2015 Silverado Diesel
The 2015 and 2016 Chevrolet Silverado Diesel trucks are hard to beat. No, they’re impossible to beat! That’s because the Silverado combines the best engineering, with the most efficient design, with the highest quality materials. Add the fuel-efficient, unstoppable Chevy diesel engine and there isn’t a truck on the road that can match the Silverado. Check out some of the differences between the 2016 and 2015 models, and then come on down to Weber Chevrolet and check out the best truck around for yourself! You already know you want one, now it’s just time to pick the year!
Intricacy at its Finest
Have you ever seen a high quality diesel engine in person? It’s almost better looking than the truck itself. If you opt for the available 2016 Silverado HD and it’s Duramax® diesel
engine and Allison® transmission, and then take a look at it under the hood, it’s like looking at the inner workings of a finely hand-crafted watch. This powerful diesel engine has a cast iron block that increases torque and horsepower to its highest performance level. Come test drive one today at Weber Chevrolet and see the power for yourself!
Muscular and Tough
The frame of the 2016 and 2015 Chevrolet Silverado Diesel is built with the strongest, high-strength steel there is so that your truck stays focused, grounded, and more reliable than the Golden Gate Bridge. While both models retain the same sporty, tough exterior, the 2016 had added a new square hood and LED headlights to give it a bolder look. No matter which one you choose though, the Silverado is sure to draw everyone’s eye.
Charge, Plug, Sync, and Go
It’s not just what’s under the hood that gives this truck its power, it’s what’s on the inside as well! Both the 2015 and the 2016 Chevrolet Silverado are tricked out with all the techy amenities you could think of! Bluetooth, MyLink 7-inch diagonal touchscreen, SiriusXM, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility and more! The 2016 gets you a little more connected as it offers 4G LTE WiFi, but really you can’t go wrong with either on the technology end!