"Silverado's dependable V-8 performance, highly competitive fuel economy, and broad range of models continue to have a strong appeal to truck customers, and Silverado sales were up 7 percent through July of this year," said Maria Rohrer, Chevrolet Truck marketing director. "The changes for 2012 enhance the rugged and capable Silverado with a fresh, updated design and available navigation radio and Wi-Fi systems that can make driving more convenient and enjoyable."
The new and revised design for 2012 includes a chrome mesh grille matched with either a chrome surround on LS and LT models or a body-color surround on LTZ. LS and LT models now feature a silver-painted lower bumper fascia that is more aerodynamic on 2WD models without tow hooks, and a new 20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheel.
Chevrolet Silverado offers various specialized elements that improve its ability for both work and diversion, including new route radio. It offers an improved showcase and now has a hard drive that disposes of the requirement for plates with guide information. Silverado likewise is outfitted with section restrictive OnStar Directions and Connections with Turn-by-Turn Navigation and Automatic Crash Response, SiriusXM satellite radio, Bluetooth for telephone and USB availability.