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Max Towing Capacity
EPA-Estimated Gas Mileage city/highway
Are you in the market for the new Chevy Silverado? We don’t blame you. This truck would make a fine addition to any Livingston driveway or work site. But how does it stack up against the competition, like the GMC Sierra? We think the Silverado dominates the competition. To prove it, we’ve put together the detailed, side-by-side 2021 GMC Sierra vs. Chevy Silverado comparison below.
The MSRP of the 2021 Chevy Silverado comes in lower than the 2021 GMC Sierra, which is surprising, considering the Silverado is the better value. Of course, the lower MSRP isn’t the only way you save when buying a Chevy Silverado. You can also take advantage of our new vehicle specials. Here are the starting prices for each truck:
2021 Chevy Silverado Starting MSRP
2021 GMC Sierra Starting MSRP
If you’re like most of our Sparta customers, you don’t want to have to empty your bank account just to keep your gas tank full. You won’t have to worry about that with the new Silverado. It offers best in class gas mileage. When you opt for the Duramax 3.0L Turbo-Diesel engine, you can get up to an EPA-estimated 33 miles per gallon. Even the standard engine delivers better gas mileage than the GMC Sierra. Here are the EPA estimates for each truck:
EPA-Estimated Gas Mileage (city/highway)
The new Silverado is a beast that can tow up to a massive 13,000 pounds when properly equipped. That’s more than the GMC Sierra can tow, even when equipped with GMC’s tow package. Here are the maximum towing capacities (when properly equipped) for each pickup:
Maximum Towing Capacity
Not all auto parts are the same, and this is something to keep in mind when looking for Chevy parts near me. Let us teach you about the different kinds of parts we have available and why it is very important to always choose the best quality when it comes to your vehicle.
If you’re in the market for a Chevy truck but you’re not exactly sure which one to go with, let us help. We’ve compared the Chevy Colorado vs. Chevy Silverado 1500 in some important categories:
New vehicles are great, but they’re far from your only option. If you’re looking for a car, there are plenty of reasons to talk to used Chevy dealers: