Discover The Essential Differences Between The Chevy Silverado 1500, 2500 And 3500 Truck Engines & Towing Capacity

Oct 25, 2016

Discover the main differences between the three popular Silverado truck models from Chevy, the 1500, 2500 and 3500 in terms of engine power and fuel efficiency or towing capacity to make sure you’re getting the right one for your business or daily needs.

The popular Dye Autos announced the release of a new report providing a detailed comparison between the popular Chevrolet Silverado 1500, 2500 and 3500 models to help consumers find the right truck for their particular needs.

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Dye Autos is a leading and family-owned truck and car dealership with an established reputation for providing the Denver community with one of the biggest and most diverse selections of reliable and used diesel or gas Ford, Chevy, GMC or Dodge, Nissan and Toyota trucks out of its lot conveniently located on 4855 Miller Street, Wheat Ridge, Colorado.

The renowned and trusted truck dealership has now announced the release of a new report drawing on its industry leading truck expertise and experience to compare and detail the most essential differences between the three Silverado truck models popularly known as the 1500, 2500 and 3500, to help truck buyers find the most suitable one for their particular daily needs or commercial necessities.

The Dye Autos report compares the power and fuel efficiency of the engines in the three truck models with details on the horsepower or torque either can deliver and the miles per gallon that should be expected from each model in the city or on the highway. The towing capacities of the three Silverado models are also compared, including details on the meaning of a half-ton truck, three-quarter ton truck and one ton truck denomination in relation to the 1500, 2500 or 3500 model.

The full Silverado truck models comparison report which also includes details on its easy handling and maneuvering or stability on any road type along with additional truck comparisons, advice and reviews or details on the Dye Autos’ leading inventory, special deals or BBB accredited customer service can be requested at 303 286-1665 or consulted through company’s website at

The truck specialists at Dye Autos explain that “though technically the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, 2500 and 3500 trucks are similar, they are different from each other on the basis of their engine power and fuel efficiency or the capacities to tow and carry loads. So while purchasing any of them it’s important to know the difference to be able to make plans and ensure we’re buying the right one for our daily needs”.

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