Posted Thursday, September 1, 2022
Indy Auto Man is glad to offer a variety of used Chevy trucks for sale in Indianapolis. We always have several ¾, ½, and 1-ton pickup trucks in stock to choose from. Browse the inventory right now!
While Ford and Ram have been making big breakthroughs in pickup technology, Chevrolet has made only small, deliberate steps over the past decade that have kept their pickup trucks as tough trucks and professional workhorses. The concern’s approach to the development of pickups is quite conservative, so you can safely take the Chevy trucks of previous years, saving several thousand dollars, while not losing anything in performance.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 can be considered the number one truck to buy used. It is a bestseller in the Chevy lineup and also beats Ford F-150 and RAM 1500 in volume and performance for the money.
Chevrolet Silverado is a whole generation of trucks that won the hearts of many car enthusiasts in Indianapolis and deserved their trust. The combination of design and powerful stuffing creates a unique image. Since 2016, these pickups have gone through a number of transformations. As a result, there are many used Chevy pickup trucks for sale which are powerful, comfortable, and status vehicles.
Each configuration has external differences. To understand what kind of model you see, pay attention to the front:
And the iconic High Country generation is distinguished from all others by the presence of a radiator grille with chrome bars. The color scheme of the bumper is the same as the color of the body. Fans of multimedia content will like this modification – now this system supports Android Auto and, of course, Apple Car Play.
The power of the motors remained unchanged throughout the years, but the gearbox was modified. The basic configuration of the Silverado with an engine capacity of 5.3 liters has an automatic transmission with 8 gears. Up to the 2015 model year, this advantage was available only on more powerful versions of this line.
The 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 is the only model to avoid. It gained a bad reputation with its faulty A/C system and peeling paint.
The most common complaints the Indy Auto Man mechanics receive about Chevy trucks are:
A well-maintained Chevy truck may flawlessly last around 200,000 – 300,000 miles before any major issues arise. With an average of 15,000 miles per year, Chevys may last up to 20 years.
Chevy and Ford both can offer great trucks with their pros and cons. Read our comprehensive Chevy 1500 vs. Ford F-150 vs. GMC Sierra comparison to find out the main differences between these strong competitors in towing capacity, special features, safety issues, and insurance rates.
Visit the Indy Auto Man used truck dealership in Indianapolis to get acquainted with Chevy trucks available for sale and compare them with competitors from Ford and GMC side by side!