Chevrolet has recently boasted that the 2014 Silverado High Country was designed to offer rugged luxury, a characteristic which is not common among pickup truck models that are currently sold in the market.
Based on the information revealed by the brand on a press release that was published in its media site and dated September 22, 2013, the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado High Country was made to embody the so-called “rugged luxury” trait. Chevrolet explained that this particular characteristic makes the High Country a more unique model compared to its closest competitors since being considered as a truck that offers rugged luxury is simply means that the vehicle was built with greater emphasis on authenticity, functionality and craftsmanship.
The brand has also stressed that the High Country is not just considered as Chevy’s first premium truck but this is also viewed as one of the most capable model in the company’s stable. In addition to that, Chevrolet outlined that aside from its impressive capability, the High Country also comes with a long list of convenience and comfort features along with a package of distinctive design elements.
Not only that, Chevrolet also boasted that the High Country can also provide an excellent performance as a truck since this is powered by a powerful V8 engine and could possibly provide a trailering rating of up to 9,800 pounds.
In addition to that, Chevrolet highlighted that the Silverado High Country’s exterior design can also be considered as one of the most attractive and upscale in the segment since the vehicle is equipped with a chrome grille that comes with a horizontal bar, exclusively-designed 20-inch chrome wheels, and body-color bumpers in front and on the rear. This also comes with chrome door handles, mirrors and body side moldings along with the halogen projector headlamps.
Inside, the Silverado High Country features a set of cooled and heated perforated premium leather bucket seats in front, saddle brown interior color, the brand’s MyLink connectivity that comes with an 8-inch touch screen, front and rear park assist and a premium audio system from Bose.
Given all of those features, Chevrolet revealed that the 2WD version of the Silverado High Country which is powered by the 5.3-liter V8 engine will be priced at $45,100 including the destination charge when it hits the market this fall.
Silverado High Country Defines Rugged Luxury