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The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 ranked #3 in Full Size Pickup Trucks. Currently the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 has a score of 8.4 out of 10 which is based on our evaluation of 17 pieces of research and data elements using various sources.

8.4

Overall

Scorecard

Critics' Rating: 9.2
Performance: 8.6
Interior: 7.5
Safety:
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2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Review

The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado ranks highly in the full-size pickup truck class. It features powerful engine choices and well-balanced handling, but a so-so interior keeps it from the top of the class.

Pros & Cons

  • Best-in-class towing capacity
  • Top-notch fuel economy with new turbodiesel engine
  • Balanced ride and handling
  • Ample passenger room
  • Mixed interior quality

New for 2020

  • Optional 3.0-liter turbodiesel engine
  • 10-speed automatic transmission available with 5.3-liter V8 engine
  • 6.2-liter V8 engine available in Trail Boss and RST trims
  • Maximum towing capacity upgraded to 13,400 pounds
  • Optional adaptive cruise control and towing camera

Is the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 a Good Truck?

Yes, the Chevy Silverado is a good full-size pickup truck. It boasts a best-in-class tow rating of 13,400 pounds, and it offers a tempting lineup of five different powertrains. A new turbodiesel engine delivers a huge boost in torque, helping the Silverado return the best fuel economy numbers in the segment.

You can choose among three large bed sizes that provide plenty of space for hauling cargo, and a spacious second row in Crew Cab models offers ample legroom. The infotainment system is very user-friendly.

One knock against the Silverado is that its interior quality doesn't stack up against well-appointed rivals.

2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Dimensions

  • Length: 19 feet, 1.5 inches to 20 feet, 1.2 inches
  • Height: 6 feet, 3.4 inches to 6 feet, 6.5 inches
  • Curb weight: 4,474 to 5,008 pounds

Should I Buy the Chevrolet Silverado 1500?

The Silverado is one of several strong options in this class, and there’s plenty to like about it, including a high tow rating and a new diesel powertrain. But you should also consider higher-ranking rivals like the Ram 1500 and Ford F-150. They nearly match the Chevy's workhorse capabilities and have nicer interiors.

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Should I Buy a New or Used Chevrolet Silverado 1500?

After a full redesign of the Silverado for 2019, Chevy made even more changes to the 2020 model. Chief among them is the addition of a turbodiesel engine, which helps the Silverado deliver the best fuel economy estimates in the segment. The Silverado’s top-of-the-line 6.2-liter V8 engine is now available in the Trail Boss and RST models, and the 10-speed automatic transmission can be had with the midrange V8.

Towing capacity with the 6.2-liter V8 increased to 13,400 pounds, which is highest in the class. There's also a new performance upgrade package that boosts horsepower and torque in that engine. Newly available safety and convenience features include adaptive cruise control and a 15-view towing camera.

Though it lacks these upgrades, the 2019 Silverado is a good truck. It's worth consideration, especially if you want to spend less than you would on a new model. You'll spend even less on a 2018-or-older Silverado, but those trucks are part of the previous generation and vastly different from a 2019 and 2020 model.

Be sure to read our 2018 Silverado and 2019 Silverado reviews to help make your decision. Also, check out our Used Car Deals page to learn about savings and discounts on used vehicles.

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We Did the Research for You: 12 Reviews Analyzed

We analyzed 12 Chevrolet Silverado reviews – along with performance specs, fuel economy estimates, and more – to help you decide if the 2020 Silverado is the right new car for you. This 2020 Chevrolet Silverado review incorporates applicable research for all models in this generation, which includes the 2019 and 2020 models.

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How Much Does the Chevrolet Silverado Cost?

The 2020 Chevy Silverado starts at $28,300, which is about average for a full-size pickup. That price is for the base WT trim with a three-seat Regular Cab, rear-wheel drive, and the standard V6 engine. Most configurations of the truck start at more than $30,000. The top-of-the-line High Country trim will cost you at least $54,595.

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Chevrolet Silverado Versus the Competition

Which Is Better: Chevrolet Silverado or Ford F-150?

The Ford F-150 is a more well-rounded truck than the Silverado. While the Chevy takes the towing crown for the full-size pickup class, the Ford can pull more than 13,000 pounds, and it can haul nearly 3,300 pounds. These trucks have a similar lineup of engines, and they each also offer specialized off-road models – the Trail Boss for Chevy and the Raptor for Ford – but the Raptor is a little more capable when the pavement ends. While the Silverado has a standard touch-screen infotainment system in every trim, the base F-150 comes with little more than a basic radio, though the Ford generally has a nicer interior. These are both good trucks, but if you don't have an allegiance to either brand, you're better off with the F-150.

Which Is Better: Chevrolet Silverado or Ram 1500?

Both the Silverado and the Ram 1500 were fully redesigned for the 2019 model year. The Ram’s upscale cabin approaches luxurylike quality, and an optional 12-inch tablet-style vertical infotainment screen sets it apart from its competition. The Ram can't tow as much as the Silverado, but that's about its only downside. Both of these trucks have spacious rear-seat room in their biggest cab configurations. Unless you need the Silverado’s slightly higher towing capacity, we recommend going with the Ram.

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Silverado 1500 Interior

How Many People Does the Silverado Seat?

The Silverado seats three people in the standard Regular Cab configuration. Double Cab and Crew Cab models seat six. The front seats are supportive and comfortable, and the cabin feels roomy overall. The Silverado Crew Cab has a huge amount of rear legroom.

Silverado and Child Car Seats

Silverado models with a second row have two complete sets of LATCH car-seat connectors for the outboard seats, as well as an upper tether for the middle seat. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says the tether anchors can be confused for other hardware. Lower anchors are set deep in the seats, but once you locate them it’s easy to attach the car-seat straps.

Silverado Interior Quality

Across the Silverado lineup, interior quality is fine. Lower-trim models have noticeable hard plastics, while upper trims have the requisite leathers and nicer touches. But the overall ambience isn’t as luxurious as what you’ll find in comparably priced Ford F-150s and Ram 1500s.

Silverado Cargo Space

The Silverado is available with three bed sizes – 5 feet, 10 inches; 6 feet, 7 inches; and 8 feet, 2 inches – and Chevy claims they have the most cargo volume in the full-size pickup class. Utility is enhanced by a dozen standard cargo tie downs. Options include nine more removable tie downs, in-bed lighting, and a power tailgate.

One downside to the Silverado’s cavernous beds are high side walls. Shorter people might have trouble reaching over the sides to get at cargo located on the bed floor.

Silverado Infotainment, Bluetooth, and Navigation

All Silverado models come standard with the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system, the successor to the widely praised MyLink interface. Lower trim levels have a 7-inch touch screen, while higher trims get an 8-inch touch screen. Though it's not as futuristic as the 12-inch vertical-tablet-style display in the Ram 1500, it is user-friendly with large buttons and a simple menu structure. Commands are processed quickly, and common functions like navigation are easy to use. It comes standard with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration.

The center stack has plenty of large physical buttons and knobs for climate and audio controls. The layout is pretty straightforward, but some pieces on the right side of the dash can be a far reach for the driver.

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Silverado 1500 Performance

Silverado Engine: Five's a Crowd

Like most trucks, the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado is available with a handful of powertrain possibilities. It comes standard with a 285-horsepower V6 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. This combination is fine for everyday driving and light work duty.

Engine options include a 310-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder, a 277-horsepower inline six-cylinder turbodiesel, and 5.3-liter and 6.2-liter V8s that put out 355 and 420 horsepower, respectively. With a newly optional Performance package, the larger V8 can be boosted to 435 horses.

For 2020, Chevy expanded the availability of its 10-speed automatic transmission throughout the Silverado lineup. Last year, you could only get it with the largest V8 engine. This gearbox is responsive and rattles off smooth shifts. It's also eager to downshift and make the most of the engine's power. The 10-speed is a better choice than the available eight-speed automatic, which sometimes hesitates to shift appropriately.

Silverado Gas Mileage: A Whole New Level

Much of the attention being paid to the 2020 Silverado is because of its new turbodiesel six-cylinder engine. Silverado models with this engine gets an EPA-estimated 23 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway. Those are the best numbers in the full-size pickup class, beating out the Ford F-150 and its available diesel, which gets 22 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. When equipped with four-wheel drive, the diesel Silverado returns an estimated 23/29 mpg city/highway.

The EPA hasn't released official estimates for the rest of the 2020 Silverado lineup, but they are likely to be similar to 2019 models. The 2019 four-cylinder Silverado returns up to 20 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway. Models with the smaller V8 are rated at 17/24 mpg city/highway, while those with the V6 get 16/21 mpg.

Silverado Ride and Handling: No Gold Medal, but Maybe a Silver-(ado)

The Silverado is a big truck, but it doesn’t feel like one from behind the wheel. You’ll have plenty of confidence taking corners, and steering feedback from the road is good. But it can be tough to maneuver and park the Silverado in tight spaces.

Ride quality is good, but it falls behind the luxurylike experience of some rival trucks like the Ram 1500. At high speeds, the Silverado jostles a bit when you hit bumps in the pavement. Most outside road and wind noise is isolated from the cabin though.

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Silverado 1500 Reliability

Is the Chevrolet Silverado Reliable?

At the time of writing, the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado doesn't have a predicted reliability rating from J.D. Power. The nearly identical 2019 Silverado received a rating of four out of five, which is above average.

Chevrolet Silverado Warranty

Chevrolet covers the Silverado with a three-year/36,000-mile basic warranty and a five-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty.

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Silverado 1500 Safety

Silverado Crash Test Results

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado an overall safety rating of four out of five stars. The truck earned five stars in the side crash test and four stars in the frontal crash and rollover evaluations.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has not crash tested the 2020 Silverado.

Silverado Safety Features

Standard driver assistance features in the Silverado include a rearview camera and General Motors’ Teen Driver system, which lets you do things like set limits on speed and audio volume for secondary drivers, as well as monitor their driving performance.

Optional technologies include forward collision warning, forward automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, a head-up display, a rearview mirror camera, a surround-view camera system, and front and rear parking sensors. Adaptive cruise control is newly available for 2020.

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Where Is the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado Built?

General Motors builds the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado in Indiana.

Which Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Model Is Right for Me?

To pick the best Silverado for you, you'll have to decide which cab and box style you want. There are three cab styles, three bed lengths, five available engines, eight total trim levels, and a variety of appearance and performance or work packages. Bed-length availability depends on the cab style you choose. All models come with a touch-screen infotainment system that includes Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, and a USB port.

The base WT model – which stands for Work Truck – is probably not worth considering as a commuter vehicle. The Custom trim brings the truck into modern times with a six-speaker stereo, cruise control, and power locks and windows.

The midrange LT trim offers the best combination of features and price for most shoppers. It comes with a Wi-Fi hot spot and automatic climate control, and you can add features such as leather upholstery and an upgraded infotainment system.

Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Powertrain Options:

  • Base engine: 4.3-liter V6 with 285 horsepower and 305 pound-feet of torque; starts at $28,300 (available in WT, Custom, Custom Trail Boss)
  • Available engines:
    • 5.3-liter V8 with 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque; starts at $29,695 (available in WT, Custom, LT, RST, LTZ, Custom Trail Boss, High Country, LT Trail Boss)
    • 2.7-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 310 horsepower and 348 pound-feet of torque; starts at $36,900 (available in Custom, LT, RST)
    • 6.2-liter V8 with 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque (435 horsepower and 469 pound-feet of torque with the Performance package); starts at $42,270 (available in Custom Trail Boss, LT Trail Boss, RST, LTZ, High Country)
    • 3.0-liter turbodiesel six-cylinder with 277 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque; starts at $45,200 (available in LT, RST, LTZ, High Country)
  • Drivetrain: standard rear-wheel drive; available four-wheel drive
  • Transmission: standard six-speed automatic; available eight-speed automatic and 10-speed automatic

Chevrolet Silverado Appearance Packages:

  • WT Appearance package (prices start at $550): 17-inch painted aluminum wheels and chrome bumpers
  • Assist Step and Tonneau Value package (prices start at $995): a tri-fold soft tonneau cover and assist steps
  • Off-Road Appearance package (prices start at $2,495): a bed-mounted light bar, a premium soft roll-up tonneau cover, and assist steps
  • Bed Protection package (prices start at $685): a spray-on bed liner and rear wheelhouse liners

Chevrolet Silverado Performance Packages/Options:

  • Snow Plow Prep package (prices start at $400; available in WT, LT, LTZ): heavy-duty front springs, skid plates, a 220-amp alternator, a high-capacity air filter, and an auxiliary transmission oil cooler
  • Trailering package (prices start at $395; available in WT, Custom, LT, RST): a trailer hitch and platform, a 2-inch receiver hitch, and hitch guidance
  • Work Truck package (prices start at $175; available in WT): a high-capacity air filter and skid plates
  • Performance Upgrade package (prices start at $2,150; available in LT, RST, LTZ, High Country, LT Trail Boss): performance air intake and a cat-back performance exhaust
  • Max Trailering package (prices start at $850; available in LT, RST, LTZ, High Country): an automatic locking rear differential, an enhanced cooling radiator, revised shock tuning, heavy-duty rear springs, a 9.76-inch rear axle, a 3.42 axle ratio, and a trailer brake controller
  • Advanced Trailering package (prices start at $240; available in LT, RST, LT Trail Boss): an in-vehicle advanced trailering system, hitch guidance with hitch view, and a trailer tire pressure and temperature monitoring system
  • Z71 Off-Road package (prices start at $945; available in WT, LT, High Country): Z71 off-road suspension, hill descent control, skid plates, a Z71 badge, a two-speed transfer case, and an automatic locking rear differential
Chevrolet Silverado WT

The Chevrolet Silverado WT comes standard with vinyl upholstery, four-way manually adjustable front seats, a rearview camera, the Teen Driver system, and a 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system with a two-speaker stereo, Bluetooth, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and a USB port.

The WT Convenience package includes power windows and locks, keyless entry, cruise control, and power outside mirrors. The WT Safety package adds front and rear parking sensors, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross traffic alert.

Chevrolet Silverado Custom

The Silverado Custom comes with cloth upholstery, heated outside mirrors, a six-speaker stereo, cruise control, power windows and locks, and keyless entry.

The Custom Convenience package includes remote start and in-bed lighting. An Infotainment package adds a Wi-Fi hot spot, satellite radio, and OnStar.

Chevrolet Silverado LT

The LT trim features a 4.2-inch driver information display, a Wi-Fi hot spot, OnStar, two additional USB ports, and semi-automatic climate control.

Step up to the Convenience package and you’ll get dual-zone automatic climate control, a 10-way power-adjustable driver's seat, heated front seats, a leather-wrapped and heated steering wheel, proximity keyless entry, remote start, and two second-row USB ports. Leather upholstery is optional in this trim. A separate Convenience package adds a universal garage door opener, two household-style power outlets, an 8-inch touch screen, HD Radio, satellite radio, and a high-definition rearview camera.

The Safety package comes with front and rear parking sensors, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross traffic alert.

Chevrolet Silverado Trail Boss

The Silverado is available in two off-road-oriented models: the Custom Trail Boss and LT Trail Boss. These models have most of the same features as the Custom and LT trims that they're based on, along with upgrades including a lifted suspension, skid plates, upgraded shocks, off-road tires, hill descent control, an automatic locking rear differential, and a two-speed transfer case.

Chevrolet Silverado LTZ

The Silverado LTZ comes standard with in-bed lighting, a power tailgate, leather upholstery, 10-way power-adjustable front seats, two household-style power outlets, an 8-inch touch screen, HD Radio, dual-zone automatic climate control, a high-definition rearview camera, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, hitch guidance, proximity keyless entry, and remote start.

The LTZ Convenience package adds ventilated front seats, a center console, and a universal garage door opener. Crew Cab models gain heated rear seats with this bundle. Another Convenience package includes navigation, a seven-speaker Bose premium sound system, and wireless device charging.

One Safety package comes with front and rear parking sensors, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross traffic alert. A second Safety package includes a safety alert seat, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, forward automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, automatic high-beam headlights, and a following distance indicator.

The Technology package comes with a surround-view camera system, a rearview mirror camera, a head-up display, and an 8-inch digital instrument cluster.

Chevrolet Silverado High Country

The range-topping Silverado High Country comes standard with an 8-inch driver information display, a Bose premium stereo, navigation, front and rear parking sensors, front bucket seats, heated second-row seats, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, a power-sliding rear window, ventilated front seats, and wireless device charging. Options and packages carry over from the LTZ trim.

Which Silverado Cab Style Is Right for Me?

The Chevy Silverado is available in three cab configurations: Regular Cab, an extended Double Cab, and a full-size Crew Cab. Regular Cab models only seat three people on a front bench seat. In higher trims with a second row, you can opt for two front bucket seats and a center console. Some rival trucks give you that option in base models (so the truck only has two seats total), but the Silverado does not.

If you need more than one row of seats, go with a Double Cab or Crew Cab model. Both have a back seat that bumps passenger capacity to six.

The Double Cab could be a good fit for those who only occasionally travel with rear-seat passengers. Getting into and out of the back can be tough because of the truck's half-size rear doors. This cab style has a little over 35 inches of rear legroom. That's less space than the Chevrolet Cruze, a compact car, and about as much rear legroom as the Chevy Colorado – a compact pickup truck – has in its larger Crew Cab variant.

The Silverado Crew Cab should be the choice for those seeking a family vehicle or those who regularly travel with a crew of adults. There's 43.5 inches of rear legroom in this cab, which is more space than you would get with any of Chevy's other utility vehicles. Midsize SUVs like the Blazer and Traverse, along with large SUVs like the Tahoe and Suburban, all offer around 40 inches of second-row legroom.

Which Silverado Bed Length Is Right for Me?

The Silverado is available with three bed lengths, but not every box size is available with every cab configuration. The longest bed measures 8 feet, 2 inches, and you can only get it with the three-person Regular Cab. A 6-foot-7-inch standard bed is available with both Double and Crew Cab models. The shortest bed is 5 feet, 10 inches, and it is only paired with the Crew Cab.

Your best choice for a utilitarian work truck is the Regular Cab with the long bed. A Crew Cab model with the midrange standard bed offers the best combination of passenger space and cargo capacity. However, that’s the longest possible configuration of the truck, coming in at more than 20 feet long.

Which Silverado Model Is Best for Towing and Hauling?

For 2020, the Silverado’s maximum tow rating increased to 13,400 pounds. This is the highest figure in the full-size pickup class. You get that capacity in Silverados with the 6.2-liter V8 engine and the Max Trailering package. Towing-focused enhancements include a trailer camera with 15 viewing angles, as well as the ability to virtually see through the trailer to the road behind you. More features are available through a trailer control system in the myChevrolet smartphone app.

Models with the new-for-2020 turbodiesel engine can tow up to 9,300 pounds and have a maximum payload capacity of 1,870 pounds. Silverado models with the 5.3-liter V8 engine offer a good combination of value and capability, delivering towing capacities of between 9,500 and 11,600 pounds with list prices that are typically less than models with the 6.2-liter V8.

Silverados equipped with other engines are fairly unimpressive when it comes to towing and hauling, with capacities more along the lines of a compact pickup. Models with the standard V6 engine can tow between 7,400 and 8,000 pounds, while turbocharged four-cylinder models manage between 6,700 and 7,200 pounds.

The best Silverado for hauling is the base model Regular Cab long box that lets you carry up to 2,250 pounds of payload. Many powertrain and bed combinations can haul more than 2,000 pounds, which should meet the needs of most shoppers.

Which Silverado Model Is Best for Off-Roading?

As the name would imply, the best Silverado models for off-roading are the Trail Boss trims. Chevy offers these in two flavors – Custom Trail Boss and LT Trail Boss – that build off the regular features of the Custom and LT trims. Unique off-road elements to Trail Boss models include a 2-inch suspension lift, an automatic locking rear differential, skid plates, Rancho shocks, off-road tires, hill descent control, and a two-speed transfer case.

Shoppers who want good off-road capability but don’t want to pay the higher prices for Trail Boss models can instead add the Z71 Off-Road package to many trim levels. This package upgrades the truck with a Z71 off-road suspension (no lift), hill descent control, skid plates, a two-speed transfer case, an automatic locking rear differential, and all-terrain tires.

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The Final Call

The Chevrolet Silverado is one of the most capable and well-rounded full-size pickup trucks, though you may want to shop around the class for rivals with nicer interiors.

Don’t just take our word for it. Check out comments from some of the reviews that drive our rankings and analysis.

  • "The pickup truck competition is hotter than ever, with new and revised entries in the midsize, full-size and HD categories vying for attention. Chevy has answered with a Silverado lineup with a variety of engine choices, new transmissions, a widened trim palette and incremental improvements in almost every area of the truck. If this is a pickup truck war, Chevrolet is locked and loaded." -- Autotrader
  • The … Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is, as expected, one heck of a truck. We're a little let down by what feels like a carry-over interior design, but it doesn't detract significantly from a comfortable, capable package that is sure to remain a powerhouse seller in a market hungry for half-tons." -- Left Lane News (2019)
  • "It's a solid upgrade in every area that counts, especially in quietness, bed capacity, nimble on-road manners, good off-road capability and in putting on a fresh, new, pleasing face. Ford and Ram are formidable competitors in their own right, but they face serious competition in the redesigned Chevy Silverado." -- New York Daily News (2019)

Buying

Expert Advice

Last Updated: October 4, 2019

Dipping Sales: The Chevy Silverado has been consistently competitive in the full-size truck segment, only recently losing its second place sales position to the Ram 1500. So far this year, dealerships have sold 3.6 percent fewer Silverados compared to the same period in 2018. Chevrolet has experienced a 3.4 percent decline in sales across its lineup so far this year compared to 2018.

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