How does the all-new 2019 Silverado TrailBoss perform in the mud, rocks, and dirt? Watch it here! The all-new 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 trucks are starting to arrive in dealerships this month, and we got an opportunity to drive the new trucks in Wyoming.
2019 Chevy Silverado TrailBoss
The TrailBoss edition is the most off-road worthy Silverado half-ton truck. It’s available in extended (four-door double cab ) or a bigger crew cab versions. You can only get the TrailBoss with the 4×4 system.
At the start, the Trailboss is only available with the 5.3L V8 engine (355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque) and two transmission options (6-speed or the 8-speed automatics). The truck comes in two trim levels. The Custom is the base model that starts at $40,995 for the double cab and $43,395 for the crew cab. You can opt for a more feature-rich LT TrailBoss model that starts at $47,395 for the double cab and $49,795 for the crew.
The TrailBoss is differentiated from a mere Z71 model by a two-inch lift and optional 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires on 18-inch rims. You still have the 4-Lo transfer case, mechanically locking (G80) rear differential, skid plates, hill descent control, and more.
You can still keep adding options to the TrailBoss to drive the price near the $55,000 mark. That’s the truck you see featured in this video.
Join the muddy fun in the video below.
Also, here is the preview of new Silverado 1500 with Roman and Kent MrTruck.com Sundling.