Both the Silverado 1500 LTD and the Sierra 1500 LTD light-duty pickups are designed by GMC—but there are some key differences between them to keep in mind while you search for the next winner on your Issaquah worksites. So, which truck is the better value for Issaquah-area drivers? Read on to see how the 2022 Silverado vs. Sierra stack up in terms of pricing, trim options, engines, and more.
Buying a new truck is a big investment, but a great truck is worth what you put in—and then some. Right off the bat, you can see that the Silverado is more affordable than the Sierra at the starting trim. This holds true as you compare pricing across the Silverado vs. Sierra lineups, too:
Light-duty pickups are a smart choice if you need something that’s powerful enough for major towing tasks and can easily handle challenging and irregular terrain, yet can also function as a daily driver when you need it to. Both the Sierra and the Silverado can be customized with a range of cab sizes, bed sizes, and trim levels to meet the unique needs of different drivers, but the Silverado 1500 Limited offers more variety with eight trim levels vs. the Sierra’s six:
Comparing the entry-level Silverado vs. Sierra trims, you won’t find much of a difference under the hood. Both base models are equipped with a 285-hp 4.3L V6 that can generate 305 lb-ft of torque for powerful towing.
However, choosing the Silverado means you will have five engine options, as opposed to the four you get with the Sierra. You’ll also benefit from the Silverado’s higher 13,300-pound max towing capacity, versus a max of 13,000 flat for the Sierra.
We think it’s clear to see that the Silverado has more to offer Snoqualmie drivers for a lower price—but don’t take our word for it! Contact us today or stop by our dealership in North Bend to experience this powerhouse pickup for yourself, and be sure to ask our team about custom upgrades with genuine parts available to order right here at North Bend Chevrolet!
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