Chevy Silverado for Sale

Searching for a Chevy Silverado for sale? Then you’re in luck because DePaula Chevrolet has your next truck waiting for you. Don’t waste your time going from dealer to dealer in search of the perfect truck, hoping to find it at a price that matches your budget. At DePaula Chevrolet, we make it fun and affordable to shop with us. Our goal is to deliver only the best when it comes to customer service and vehicle selection. If you’re looking for an unparalleled experience from start to finish, then come shop with us at DePaula Chevrolet.

At DePaula Chevrolet, customers can expect quality service customized to meet their needs. We get that selling a car isn’t a one size fits all type of thing. So no matter what your circumstances or needs are, we’re ready to go to work for you. This includes customers with less-than-perfect credit. At DePaula Chevrolet, our goal is to get you into a great vehicle, regardless of your financial situation or budget. Access our website to view our inventory, fill out a credit app, use our handy payment calculator to create a budget, and even get a value for your trade-in, all from the convenience of your own home. Our friendly sales and finance teams are available every step of the way to help get you into your dream car today.

A red 2023 Chevy Silverado 1500 Z71 is shown parked on a driveway next to a three door garage.

A Look at the Chevy Silverado’s History

Though the name “Silverado” was first coined in the 1970s and used on several different trim options, the Silverado truck itself finally came into its own in 1999 when Chevy released the light-duty truck as a stand-alone model. From there, the Silverado has continued to dominate the new and used truck market, competing with truck giants like the F-150 for the title of America’s most loved truck.

The first generation of Silverado spanned from 1999 to 2006 and was somewhat of a game changer, leaving other brands like Ram and Ford struggling to keep up with the innovative Chevy truck. The first Silverado models were designed as light-duty work trucks and introduced a new line of impressive Vortec V8 engines. The Silverado also came with three cab options plus three cargo bed options. Drivers looking to get the most out of their trucks could choose from several engine options, including a 195 hp V6 up to a 270 hp V8 engine. Several years later, in 2003, Chevy introduced the heavy-duty SS model, equipped with a V8 that offered an impressive 345 hp.

The second generation of Silverados, which existed from 2007 to 2013, saw the popular Chevy truck redesigned from top to bottom for a refreshing new look. The new design wasn’t all about cosmetics either. The new Silverado’s aerodynamic body meant it was more efficient than ever. The improvements paid off, earning the Chevy Silverado the title of the 2007 North American Truck of the Year at the North American International Auto Show. Chevy offered several new performance options in the form of two new V8 engines that offered more power than ever before. To add to the truck’s efficiency, the V8 engines came with new flex-fuel technology so drivers could get the most out of their trucks.

Starting in 2014, Chevy rolled out the third generation of its Silverado, which existed until 2018. This generation saw marked improvements in how the truck performed and its efficiency. The 2014 Silverado was remarkably quieter and easier to handle than previous generations. Each of the available engine options was designed with the latest fuel-saving technology but didn’t skimp when it came to power and performance. In 2016, the Silverado saw a mid-generation refresh with a high-strength steel and aluminum frame which helped the Silverado lose more than a few pounds, making it more lightweight and efficient than in previous years.

The current fourth generation, which began in 2019, is checking all the right boxes for drivers. For starters, the fourth generation is about 450 lbs lighter than its predecessors, making it the most efficient generation of Silverado to date. On top of this, the interior saw a refresh with new design and updated tech. The fourth generation Silverado has a new diesel engine option in addition to its powerful V8 engine choices. It offers all the power you need for the work site, plus a roomy, comfortable cabin for relaxing at the end of the day or bringing along the whole family for a weekend adventure.

A black 2022 Chevy Silverado High Country is shown towing a white enclosed trailer on an open road.

What Are the Differences Between the Silverado 1500, 2500 HD, and 3500 HD?

Choosing the right truck starts with recognizing what you need from a pickup, but beyond that, it comes down to understanding what each truck out there has to offer. Since Chevy has three different Silverado models available (not to mention the midsize Colorado), you have incredible freedom when shopping for a Chevy truck to get exactly what you need. In large part, the differences between these three trucks come down to the kind of power they offer and the capabilities they have. You can think of the Silverado 1500 as the starting point with incredible engines and muscle, while the Silverado 2500 HD goes beyond that, and the Silverado 3500 HD goes even further still.

By no means is “starting point” a bad thing; it simply means that the Silverado 1500 is where you should begin if you are unsure which truck is right for you. This is a light-duty option, and while you might still hear it described as a “half-ton” truck, the modern Silverado 1500 can handle far more work than that. You get excellent towing capacity, impressive payload capabilities, and gorgeous interior options that include advanced technology and rich comfort. This amazing all-around truck works great as a daily driver while still letting you get some serious work done—just don’t expect fifth wheel towing beyond what you can handle with conventional towing.

Moving up to the Silverado HD models means you gain access to even greater capability and power with advanced engineering designed to handle some serious weight. You will find fewer engine options on the HD trucks, but what is available is the pinnacle of power from Chevy, and you can still get advanced technology and surprising comfort in these models. The Silverado 2500 HD is the first step up from the 1500, increasing payload and towing as you would probably expect. If you need to handle some extreme weight, then the Silverado 3500 HD is the way to go; with an available dual-rear-wheel configuration, the 3500 HD can handle fifth wheel towing far beyond the conventional trailering capabilities of the other Silverado models.

The Chevy Silverado 1500

The Chevy Silverado 1500 is a light-duty, full-size truck designed for both work and play. For this reason, the Silverado 1500 is a top choice for truck drivers across the country. According to J.D. Power, the flexible Silverado 1500 has won more new vehicle quality awards than any other brand. With a variety of trim and engine options, it’s easy to tailor the 1500 to meet your needs. If you’re looking for a solid truck for an everyday ride to the job site or a weekend road trip, the 1500 is a tough truck to beat.

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Check Out the Latest Chevy Silverado 1500

The Silverado 1500’s remarkable evolution over the past twenty-plus years has made this truck one of the most celebrated pickups on the market, and its latest incarnation is no different. If you’re looking for exceptional power, performance, and cutting-edge technology, you really can’t go wrong exploring its latest lineup. Just looking at its vast lineup of trims will demonstrate that this iconic truck has a model for just about any driver and lifestyle. As mentioned previously, the Silverado 1500 offers the perfect middle ground between offering the strength and power you’d expect from a reliable pickup without moving into the heavy-duty lineup. It can tackle most challenges, both at home and on the jobsite, making it a wise investment for any truck enthusiast.

If you’ve had your eye on a new Silverado 1500, towing and hauling capabilities are probably at the top of your list of must-have truck features, and the latest model delivers all that and more. This is clearly demonstrated when you explore the wide range of engine options it offers. From powerful V8s to a monstrous diesel engine, you’re bound to find the capabilities you’re looking for. But it’s not just about what’s under the hood; the Silverado’s sharp exterior is sure to turn heads on the road, letting all who pass by know that this truck means business. Step into the cabin, and you’ll be greeted by a wide range of comfort, convenience, infotainment, and safety features. Whether you’re looking to stay connected on your way to work or drive with the peace of mind that the Silverado 1500 is looking out for you on the road, this truck has your back.

The Chevy Silverado 2500 and 3500

The Silverado 2500 and 3500 are your go-to solutions for heavy-duty trucks built to meet your towing and hauling challenges head-on. The 2500 is a step up from the 1500, offering more power and capability. However, if you need something even more strength, the 3500 is at the top of the class when it comes to handling your heaviest jobs. Its increased torque offers unbeatable performance when it comes to hauling and towing. The 3500 is a serious work truck, with more payload than the 1500 and 2500. It’s the leader and go-to choice when it comes to heavy-duty trucks.

A black 2024 Chevy Silverado 2500HD High Country is shown from the side parked in a driveway.

Consider the Newest Chevy Silverado 2500 HD

The Silverado 1500 is an exceptional full-size truck, but if power is the only thing on your mind, then it’s time to move over to the heavy-duty truck segment where the Silverado will be waiting for you with two astonishing workhorses, the first of which is the latest Silverado 2500 HD. Whether you want a traditional V8 or looking to harness the power of diesel, the 2500 HD’s engine choices and their capabilities are anything but subtle. We’re talking massive towing and hauling capacities, making them ideal companions on the work site. This raw power is enhanced with some of the latest trailering technology, so you can haul your cargo safely and with precision.

If you’re considering an investment in the Silverado 2500 HD, you’re more than likely utilizing this truck for work and related projects, which means you’ll be spending a lot of time in the cabin, traveling to various job sites and towing hefty freight. So, if you’re going to be spending a good portion of your day inside the truck, shouldn’t you enjoy every minute behind the wheel? The new Chevy Silverado 2500 HD answers this with a resounding “Yes!” Many drivers fail to associate heavy-duty trucks with refined comfort and convenience features, and they would be mistaken. Whether it’s leather-appointed seating or a Bose Premium Sound System, you can create a cabin that is as welcoming as your living room sofa, allowing you tackle any challenge at work in ultimate comfort.

For the Ultimate Workhorse, Try the Newest Chevy Silverado 3500 HD

The aforementioned Silverado models are undoubtedly powerful, but maybe you’re looking for a truly monstrous work companion. Maybe your day revolves around hauling enormous cargo loads and your typical heavy-duty truck won't do. Say hello to the latest Chevy Silverado 3500 HD, the ultimate towing and hauling machine. Its capabilities are beyond impressive and will gladly pull unfathomable weights that most heavy-duty trucks couldn’t imagine. Yes, the Silverado 3500 HD was designed to thrive on the job site and will enhance your work day with unparalleled strength without breaking a sweat.

Offering similar engine options as the 2500 HD, the current Silverado 3500 HD matches this power with all the modern features you desire in a new truck. This includes available trailering tech that is complimented by a suite of safety and driver assistance features known as Chevy Safety Assist. Whether you’re carrying precious cargo or just dropping the kids off at school, the Silverado 3500 HD is keeping an extra set of eyes on you and the surrounding area. It's also packed with a plethora of modern tech like an intuitive touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.

A white 2024 Chevy Silverado 3500HD is shown from a rear angle while parked on dirt at a construction site.

Whether It’s New or Used, We Have Your Perfect Chevy Silverado

Searching for that perfect truck can be a time-consuming and stressful process, but it doesn’t have to be. DePaula Chevrolet is here for all your Silverado needs. Our impressive selection of new and used Silverado models means there’s something to fit everyone’s budget. Whether you’re looking to get into the latest model or thinking about saving a few dollars and going for a used truck, DePaula Chevrolet has what you’re searching for.
We make it easy to shop online, fill out a credit application, and get pre-approved all before you step foot at our dealership. Our friendly and knowledgeable team is ready to help make the car buying experience less stressful for you with our streamed process. Save time and money when you shop with us at DePaula Chevrolet.

Simple, Straightforward Financing for Your Truck

Once you know which Silverado is right for you, then it is important that you figure out the best way to pay for your truck. Here at DePaula Chevrolet, our financing experts are ready to work closely with you to explore your options and get you the right solution with the best terms possible. For most people, that means financing with a lender to pay for a truck, but there can be significant differences when looking at one loan compared to another. We will look at everything available to you and ensure you get the financing you need with terms that are fair and beneficial for you in the years ahead.

Other drivers prefer to lease a Chevy Silverado, enjoying everything a new truck offers for several years before returning it. This is a great option if you do not care about owning a vehicle and prefer to avoid long-term commitments and obligations that come with buying a truck. Leasing your next Silverado lets you get the most from what Chevy has to offer right now, and then in a few years; you can return it and get another new Silverado, enjoying the innovations and new features that Chevy is working on behind the scenes. No matter which solution is right for you, we will work to get you the best terms and ensure you drive away in a truck you love.


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