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2022 Chevy Silverado 2500HD

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  • Overview

    A blue 2022 Chevy Silverado 2500HD is angled left.

    Heavy-duty trucks are designed specifically with farmers and construction workers in mind. While half-ton trucks can tow the average load perfectly fine, HD trucks can tow the unfathomable. You can pull anything from a fishing boat to a houseboat with an HD model. When it’s time to purchase a new heavy-duty beast, you’ll want to look into the 2022 Chevy Silverado 2500HD.

    There are two main sizes for these larger trucks. Those sizes are 2500 and 3500. The 3500 Silverado tows the most, pulling as much as 36,000 pounds. To put this into perspective, the half-ton Silverado can tow up to 13,300 pounds on average, while a 2500HD Silverado model pulls up to a maximum of 18,510 pounds. So, the 2500HD offers the perfect balance between the two models. When you fall on the lower end of the heavy-duty truck needs spectrum, this is the truck for you.

    18,510

    Max Towing (lbs)

    3,979

    Max Payload (lbs)

    464-910

    Torque (lb-ft)

    Starting at

    $35,300*

  • Performance

    A black 2022 Chevy Silverado 2500HD is shown from the left parked at a fill yard.

    The most important thing to keep in mind when purchasing a new, heavy-duty truck is its performance capabilities. Towing capacity is at the top of that performance list. While this model has a max tow capacity of 18,510 pounds, it’s important to note that this varies depending on its configuration. We’ve got some specs to keep in mind during your purchasing process.

    Know Your Truck Specs

    The 2022 Chevy Silverado 2500HD’s Gross Vehicle Rating (or “GVWR”) can affect its towing capabilities. So can its engine and its cab and bed style. This model comes in Crew Cab, Double Cab, and Regular Cab styles, with Standard Box and Long Box options. Its engine options are 6.6-liter V8 and 6.6-liter turbo diesel engines. To achieve this maximum towing capacity, it’s necessary to purchase a Crew Cab or Regular Cab Silverado 2500HD with a turbo diesel engine. While a Long Box V8 can pull a little over 17,000 pounds, the turbo-diesel model still wins out.

    In addition to better towing capacity, a diesel 2500HD also gets better fuel economy ratings. This is especially important since powerful trucks rank low on the fuel-efficiency scale. While some drivers steer away from diesel engines due to their lesser horsepower ratings, that’s based on the false idea that gasoline engines are more powerful due to their higher horsepower levels. Chevy pairs the turbo diesel engine with an Allison transmission to produce faster acceleration rates than the gasoline V8 can. Diesel trucks are designed specifically with towing in mind, as torque is what drives the most powerful towing and hauling experiences.

    That’s not to say that there aren’t perks to purchasing a gasoline model. Many drivers simply prefer gasoline over diesel, and since this model can still tow well over 17,000 pounds with a gasoline engine, you’ll find capability no matter what engine you choose. That said, the diesel option does prove most tow-efficient. Additionally, diesel trucks hold their value longer, meaning they’re better resells. Overall, both 2022 Chevy Silverado 2500HD engine options are capable, but the diesel option provides the most value for towers and haulers.

  • Technology

    The black and brown interior of a 2022 Chevy Silverado 2500HD shows the steering wheel and infotainment screen.

    More Than Just Your Basic Work Truck

    When you’re purchasing a truck for its power, technology features are probably the last thing on your mind. However, these features have become very important. This is because Chevy now offers towing and hauling technologies.

    The first feature to consider is the 15-view camera system. This comes with four hitch views, five parking views, and six driving views. These views include the following:

    • Hitch Views
    • Hitch View: Close-up of receiver hitch
    • Rear Top-Down View: Clearance between truck and trailer or truck and objects
    • Surround View: Birds-Eye
    • Bed View: View of entire truck bed

    These views are handy for hooking up your trailer alone. They’re also great for payload objects, especially since drivers can see a clear view of the bed to ensure that everything stays secure. Other views include:

    • Parking Views
    • Rear Camera View
    • Rear Side View
    • Rear Side View (with turn signals): Helps switch lanes when using a trailer
    • Bowl View: Front surround view
    • Front Side View
    • Front Top-Down View

    Find it difficult to park a large, long truck with a trailer? This can get especially difficult when a Long Bed 2500HD is involved. These camera views make it easier to both park and leave a parking space, particularly when there’s a heavy load involved.

    • Driving Views
    • Transparent Trailer: Turns the trailer "invisible" so drivers can see past their trailer
    • Front Camera View
    • Pic-N-Pic Side View: Combines Rear Side View and Rear Trailer View
    • Rear Camera Mirror: Provides a fuller rearview mirror picture
    • Inside Trailer View: Keep an eye on your livestock!
    • Rear Trailer View: Helps you back up using path guidelines

    When you’re on the go, you don’t want those handy mirror features to just go away. That’s why Chevy has created these drive mode camera angles. Whether you need to check on your cattle or see what’s behind your trailer while on the highway, these features have your back.

    Help for Towing

    In addition to these camera views, Chevy also offers an Advanced Trailering System. This system gives you access to the following:

    • Trailer Profiles
    • Pre-Departure Checks
    • Trailer Light Tests
    • Trailer Tire Pressure Monitoring and Temperature Monitoring
    • Trailer Maintenance
    • Trailer Theft Alerts

    Let’s take a quick look at what some of these features can do. First off, when you create a trailer profile, you can rest assured that your trailer will never need configuration again. The information is stored within the truck’s database. You can create up to 5 trailer profiles using these features. So, if you have a small livestock trailer, a large livestock trailer, a boat trailer, an equipment trailer, and a pontoon trailer, you can create profiles for each and select the appropriate one when it's time. The great perk is that you get to name each profile on your own, so there’s no guessing which profile is appropriate.

    The Pre-Departure Checklists, light tests, and monitoring systems are in place to help give you a safer drive. The Trailer Maintenance feature works as a prevention method. It can alert you when things are starting to go downhill, preventing problems in the future.

    Finally, Trailer Theft Alerts make it to where you can leave your trailer in the parking lot for 30 minutes or so and not have to worry about someone stealing it. You’ll get alerts if anyone attempts to mess with your trailer while you’re away, and an instant alarm will go off to scare off offenders. This feature is especially important when you’re hauling something expensive like a boat or an ATV.

    Overall, the 2022 Chevy Silverado 2500HD offers tech features that aren’t just for fun or convenience. These features make it easier to tow and haul both safely and securely.

  • Exterior

    A white 2022 Chevy Silverado 2500HD is shown from the front driving on a two lane road.

    Designed for Versatility

    It’s not all about the looks with this model. While the 2022 Chevy Silverado 2500HD is aesthetically pleasing, it offers several convenient exterior features to boot. The most important one is the Multi-Flex Tailgate. This feature includes the following:

    • A Primary Gate Load Stop
    • An Inner Gate Load Stop
    • A Full-Width Step
    • An Inner Gate Work Surface
    • Ease of Access
    • Regular Primary Tailgate

    The load stop features are for both short and long items. Sometimes, it’s necessary to keep the tailgate down to achieve full bed capacity. These load stops keep your items from sliding around or falling out of the bed when the tailgate is down. The Full-Width step is not only there to make it easier for you to get up in the truck bed. It’s also capable of holding up to 375 pounds. So, when you’re loading up, you can use this step to help easily load heavy objects. Your Inner Gate Work Surface is there for construction, taking notes, and even using a laptop if necessary. Think of it as a desk on the go.

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