What Is the Bed Size of a Chevy Silverado?
As with any pickup, your truck bed size will vary depending on which Chevy Silverado model you choose to drive around Lincoln and Omaha! However, wading through all of the available configurations and selecting the perfect Silverado bed size is sure to get a little tricky if you’re not familiar with your options. The Sid Dillon is here to help. Keep reading to learn more about your options and find out what sets the Silverado bed apart.
Chevy Silverado Truck Bed Sizes
Even once you’ve settled on the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, you’ll still have numerous trim levels and options to choose from. The truck bed sizes you’ll be able to choose will vary, depending first and foremost on the cabin which you select:
A Silverado 1500 Regular Cab seats three passengers comfortably. It’s only available on the introductory Work Truck trim. Choose between the 6.5-foot bed and the 8-foot bed.
A model with an Extended Cab can seat five to six passengers comfortably. It’s available on all Silverado 1500 trims. This cabin may only be paired with the 6.5-foot bed.
The Crew Cab seats five to six passengers, depending on the seats you select for your interior. It’s available across all trim levels. Choose between the 5.75-foot bed and the standard 6.5-foot bed.
About the Chevy Silverado Bed
Now that you’ve seen the bed size of a Chevy Silverado, we could hardly blame you if you wanted to learn more! Drivers who take a closer look at the Chevy Silverado bed sizes might realize that their options have been completely redesigned for the new model year. The new model, known as the Durabed, is offering more than ever before:
- High-strength roll-formed steel frame
- More cargo volume than any other full-size truck on the market, by a difference of up to 20%.
- 12 standard 500-pound rated tie-downs. Up to nine can be removed if you need more space.
- Models feature a power release tailgate, so you can open up your cargo bay with the Chevy key fob. The Silverado also offers an available industry-first power-up/power-down tailgate, for the ultimate in hands-free convenience.
- Standard and available bed features include a 120-volt outlet, available in-bed lighting options, and large footwells for easy reach-in access.
Not sure if the Chevy Silverado bed has everything you’ll need for your Fremont jobs? Find out how to expand your capabilities with Chevy Silverado accessories. Or, compare the Chevy Silverado 1500 vs. 2500 to find out if the heavy-duty truck has more of the features you need.
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