When did General Motors drop Quadrasteer from Silverado?

When did General Motors drop Quadrasteer from Silverado?

General Motors dropped Quadrasteer from the Sierra Denali after the 2004 model year and its entire lineup after 2005 due to poor sales of this expensive option. Launched in early 2003, the Silverado SS is a high-performance pickup truck built by Chevrolet.

When did the Chevy Silverado medium duty come out?

In 2018, at the NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, IN, Chevrolet unveiled the first medium-duty Silverado, expanding the model line to a 4500, 5500, and 6500 chassis cab. Largely the successor to the 2003-2010 GMT560 chassis, the medium-duty Silverado is exclusive to Chevrolet, with no plans for an equivalent GMC version.

How many miles does a 2005 Chevy Silverado have?

Mileage: 108,993 miles Body Type: Pickup Color: Red Engine: 8 Cyl 5.3 L No accident or damage reported to CARFAX. 1st owner purchased on 07/16/05 and owned in CA until 12/30/05 • 2nd owner purchased on 12/30/05 and owned in CA until 12/31/12 • 3rd owner purchased on 05/24/13 and owned in CA until 06/13/21.

When did the Chevy Silverado 2 wheel drive come out?

In 2005, in an attempt to increase sales, a 2-wheel drive version became available (the 2WD SS also lost its rear disc brakes in favor of drums, as did the rest of the 1/2-ton GMT800s). 2005 was also the first year the sunroof was available in the SS line up.

What kind of car is the Chevy Silverado?

Take our quiz & meet the car you’ll love. The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is a full-size, light-duty, half-ton pickup truck with heavy-duty 2500 and 3500 models augmenting the lineup for towing and hauling needs. Combined, Silverado is GM’s best-selling nameplate and usually takes second place in overall U.S. vehicle sales.

What’s the difference between the second generation Chevy Silverado?

Refinement was the focus of the second-generation Silverado, with a new front frame design carrying a new coil-over shock front suspension and rack-and-pinion steering. New V-8 engines offered more power, some with cylinder deactivation for increased efficiency.