Chevy Silverado 2500 Engine
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Chevy Silverado 2500 truck was made to replace the Chevrolet C/K in 1999-2005. The first generation engine Chevrolet Silverado used a 6.0 Liter Vortec 6000 V8, unlike its predecessor that uses a 5.7 Liter V8 motor. The Chevrolet Silverado 2500’s engine makes 300hp and a torque of 360 lb.ft, paired to a, 6 speed automatic transmission. The engine used in the Chevrolet Silverado is also same engine used in the Chevrolet Express, Chevrolet Suburban, Hummer H2, and the GMC Yukon. The closest pick-up truck to this model is the GMC Sierra.
In 2003, changes in the exterior and interior styling of the Chevrolet Silverado 2500 were made, with further exterior adjustments done in 2005. The trucks from these years came in standard, work truck; LS and LT trim levels, and also used the same 6.0 Liter V8 engine. However, two optional motors were introduced that consumers may be able to get: the 6.6 Liter Turbo diesel that produces 300 hp and a torque 520 lb.ft and the 8.1 Liter Gasoline V8 producing 340 hp and a torque of 455 lb.ft. There are used Silverado engines for sale available at ASAP Motors.
Compared to the Dodge Ram and Ford’s F-150, the Chevy Silverado 2500 engine, at 18 mpg, has the best-observed fuel economy. Aside from this, the Chevrolet Silverado also has highest towing capacity (9500 lbs). The six-speed automatic transmission plus shifter that when compared to the center-console shifters in the Dodge Ram and Ford F-150 may look less masculine, but it will take up lesser space. When compared with the other two pick-ups, it is of note that the Chevrolet Silverado has a shortage of stowage in its rear cabin, and the space at its rear-seat is also more confining.
The present-generation of the Chevy Silverado 2500 line maintained a largely unchanged appearance, and was debuted in 2007. However, it featured a stronger, fully boxed frame, bulkier suspension, and various additional electronic aids. It also features a new motor by way of the Dura max Diesel Engine that produced 365 hp and a torque of 660 lb.ft; this same engine is used in the newer GMC Sierra models.