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In the pipe laying competition otherwise known as the full size, heavy duty pickup-truck segment, manufacturers are constantly trying to out-do one another’s tow ratings. Sometimes, this takes the form of actual mechanical improvements, other times truck-makers simply get more savvy about how to define their towing capabilities as “class-leading.” Chevrolet moves the bar forward in both regards with its updated 2015 Silverado 2500 and 3500 HD models.
The bow tie brand boasts “best in class payload and conventional towing” for the new HD, which sounds mighty until you consider that the Silverado’s all-out towing with a fifth-wheel isn’t class-leading. Still, you can carry more weight in the Chevy’s bed and lug more behind its trailer hitch than you can with Ford’s Super Duty or Ram’s fifth-wheel-towing king, the 3500 HD. Lest we get mired too deeply in towing, the Silverado HD also follows the 2014 Silverado 1500’s lead and wears updated styling and packs new safety and convenience features.
Although the 2011 Chevrolet Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD pickups were nearly indistinguishable from the 2010 models, significant improvements included a fully boxed frame with an updated Duramax diesel engine and Allison transmission. Visual updates are finally part of the package for the revised 2015 Chevrolet Silverado HD and 2015 GMC Sierra HD trucks, which also receive upgrades under the sheetmetal as well. While 2015 Chevrolet Silverado HD and 2015 GMC Sierra HD models use essentially the same cab and beds as the 1500 models, the front ends feature larger grilles with chrome trim and cooling intakes, a new hood and headlights, and chrome bumpers. Other changes increase reduced interior noise and increased efficiency. Improved cooling ability comes from a new sealed front end that uses cooling air more efficiently as well as the engine air intake located outside of the hot engine compartment to better maintain power levels while hauling and towing in hot weather.
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The HDs also inherit the 1500’s cab improvements, including its stiffer construction, triple-sealed doors that are inset into the body for reduced noise, and classy interior. A bevy of USB, SD card, and power ports are available, and Chevrolet’s MyLink infotainment system is standard on all models save for the base work-truck HD variant. Just as the 1500 gained some interior room and switched to forward-hinged doors on extended-cab models, so do the 2500 and the 3500. Feel that?… The topic of towing is pulling us again this time concerning the dashboard, which was designed to put towing-specific controls close at hand. The optional trailer brake controller is positioned to the left of the steering wheel, the tow/haul button (which also operates the Auto Grade Braking transmission shift map) is fitted to the end of the shifter, and on models equipped with the Duramax diesel engine, the exhaust brake can be activated via a dash button.
Likely thanks to its beefy rolled-steel bed, the Silverado’s maximum payload capacity increases from 7222 pounds to 7374 pounds again, class-leading. Hitch-mounted trailer loads can now top 19,600 pounds with an available factory hitch, up 1600 pounds over last year’s model and also class leading. (For now, at least these bragging rights are constantly switching from boaster to boaster.) The Silverado’s maximum fifth-wheel towing capacity now stands at 23,200 pounds, up from 22,500 and a few hundred pounds higher than the Ford Super Duty’s, but still far below the Ram HD’s insane 30,000-pound rating.
Other improvements come in the form of newly optional safety gear like forward-collision and lane-departure warning systems, as well as GM’s vibrating Active Safety Seat that helps alert drivers to danger. Stability control with trailer-sway control is standard across the line. The Silverado 1500’s unique CornerStep bumper foot indents are standard, while the lighter-duty truck’s available EZ Lift and Lower damped tailgate, which prevents the panel from slamming down and makes lifting it closed a one-finger affair, is optional. Buyers may also spec the 1500’s bed tie-down hooks and LED lighting.
The bragging starts right up front with two available engines. The standard engine is a Vortec 6.0-liter V8 that produces 360 horsepower in the 2500HD and 322 hp in the 3500HD to go along with 380 pound-feet of torque in all applications. The true benefit of this powerplant is that buyers can opt for it to run on straight gasoline, E85 FlexFuel or even compressed natural gas (CNG). For maximum towing and even more flexibility, the 6.6-liter Duramax turbodiesel B20-capable V8 is the way to go, with its carryover 397 hp and 765 lb-ft of torque. Though the max towing abilities of 23,200 pounds (with a fifth-wheel trailer) are less than the 30,000-pound rating of the new Ram, the GM HD trucks offer better conventional trailer towing (19,600 pounds) and payload (7,374 pounds) than rival heavy-duty trucks…for now. The Duramax is paired with a six-speed Allison automatic transmission, while the gas engine gets GM’s six-speed Hydra-Matic no manual transmissions are offered.
Including the engines, GM continues to offer a broad range of configurations (more than 150, to be exact) including three cabs, two cargo bed lengths, numerous trim levels and, of course, the choice of single- or dual-rear wheels on the 3500. The HD trucks have faces that are similar to their half-ton counterparts, with the exception of a larger grille and bigger for improved air flow, and like the current HD offerings, the new Silverado HD and Sierra HD DRW models feature a one-piece bed design incorporating the fender extensions.