New for 2022, the Silverado boasts a more powerful standard 2.7-liter turbo engine, and the available 3.0-liter Duramax® Turbo-Diesel can tow an extra 4,000 pounds (for a total of 13,300 pounds).
The new-look exterior of the 2022 Silverado includes new grille and front fascia designs to go with available daytime running lamps with animated light sequences that activate when you approach the truck or walk away from it.
Inside, the 2022 Silverado is available with a new 13.4-inch touch screen and 12.3-inch digital cluster, plus built-in, voice-activated access to convenient features like Google Assistant and Google Maps. The center console has also been redesigned to be more useful.
For the first time ever, the Silverado will be available with cutting-edge Super Cruise driving tech. This system even lets you tow a trailer while driving hands-free, and it’s fully integrated with the Silverado’s many other advanced towing features.
Perhaps most exciting of all, there’s an all-new ZR2 off-road trim in the 2022 Silverado lineup. This truck delivers 420 horsepower with its 6.2-liter V8, comes equipped with a specially tuned suspension and Multimatic DSSV™ dampers, and shows off rugged features like a skid plate package and 33-inch off-road tires.
You won’t have to wait much longer to experience the upgraded 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500—we’re expecting it to arrive this spring here at Amistad Motors in Fort Stockton, Texas.
The all-new Chevy Silverado EV is expected to debut as a 2023 model with sales of the electric truck to start in early 2024. Here is what we know about the first-ever all-electric Silverado truck’s predicted range, power, and features.
The Silverado EV will be equipped with General Motors’ Ultium battery technology that has a substantial battery pack capacity of up to 200 kWh. This first-of-its-kind capacity is expected to elicit a projected driving range of up to 400 miles per charge. However, range will vary based on how you drive and what you tow.
Experts are predicting that the Silverado EV will have one, two, or three electric motors — depending on trim level. You can look forward to combined ratings as high as 1,000 horsepower as a result. Though it have not released full specs, Chevrolet touts the Ultium platform will warrant “exhilarating torque.”
While believed to likely have standard all-wheel-drive, the Silverado EV is confirmed to feature a four-wheel steering system. This system will allow faster, tighter turning responsiveness and better performance over rough terrain. We also know the electric truck will sport 24-inch wheels.
Our team at Amistad Motors in Fort Stockton, Texas, will keep you updated as more information becomes available on the upcoming 2023 Chevy Silverado EV.
 Per Car and Driver; visit https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a31226611/gm-ultium-electric-vehicle-battery-revealed for more information.
Good looks, high-end gadgets, and a powerful engine are all
great to have in a new car, but the most important thing you should be looking
for is reliability. Luckily for you, Chevy’s lineup of quality cars, trucks,
and SUVs has all of the above as
recognized by AutoPacific’s 2021 Vehicle Satisfaction Awards. Chevy took
home honors for the reliability of its Blazer, Colorado, and Camaro, and you
can get details about the awards below.
Chevy Blazer: AutoPacific honored the 2021 Chevrolet Blazer with its prestigious Best Premium Mid-Size Crossover SUV award. The publication explains that Blazer owners were more satisfied with their vehicle’s comfort, styling, and size than owners of other vehicles in the same segment. AutoPacific also noted that the fun-to-drive Blazer’s powerful engine options made it a no-brainer pick when compared with other competitors.
Colorado: Topping AutoPacific’s ranking of compact pickups is the nimble
2021 Chevy Colorado, which scored better than the competition in over 60% of
the surveyed categories. Owners love that the Colorado has simple controls,
excellent visibility, and is highly accessible. Colorado drivers also love that
the peppy pickup has a large touchscreen, gorgeous exterior, and awesome
The back-to-school season marks the start of a new year-long journey for your children. Part of that journey involves regular car rides with you at the wheel, so let’s go over a few back-to-school driving safety tips that will help ensure everyone stays out of harm’s way.
Give buses space
Make sure to give school buses plenty of space. Maintain at least
10 feet of distance, which will make it easier to see kids walking or running
nearby. Needless to say, do not pass a bus when its stop sign is deployed —
it’s dangerous and illegal.
Some children ride their bicycles to school. Cyclists are subject
to the same traffic laws as cars, but you know how kids can be — they don’t
always pay attention. Pass cyclists slowly, give them a wide berth, and watch
out for kids coming onto the road from driveways.
Drive carefully in school zones
You should always drive slowly in school zones, but that isn’t
always enough. High levels of automotive and pedestrian traffic can make
getting around tricky, and most schools have drop-off and pick-up procedures.
Follow the rules and drive as though a kid could come out of a blind spot at
At Amistad Motors, we offer several vehicles equipped with automatic emergency braking systems capable of detecting pedestrians. Visit our dealership in Fort Stockton, Texas, to enhance your back-to-school driving experience.
You open your car door after an hour of shopping and a blast of heat
hits you in the face. Not only does it cost you money when you park in the
baking sunshine, but it can cause you serious problems down the road. Check out
a couple of reasons why you should park in the shade.
Effects on Appearance
The sun is just as harmful for the exterior of your car as it is for
your skin. Long-term exposure to sunlight causes cracking, flaking, and fading
of the exterior finish. Parking in the shade will help your car’s paint job
last much longer.
The interior of the car also suffers from extreme heat. The light and
heat can cause the dashboard, seats, and other interior surfaces to fade and
deteriorate. If you can’t find a shady parking spot, invest in a sunshade to
place across your windshield.
Save the Battery
When you start your car after it has been baking in the sun, it causes
the battery and air conditioning system to work harder. This reduces the life
of the battery and uses gas needed to support the hard-working air
conditioning. When you park in the shade of a garage or under trees, your car
will be cooler when you get in and it won’t put as much stress on the A/C.