If you're in the market for a heavy-duty pickup truck, then you're going to want a vehicle that can handle the challenges of towing and trailering. Not only do you want your truck to be able to tackle trailering challenges, but you also want it to instill a sense of towing confidence in you. That's what the new 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 does with several technologies and features.

Explore the features that make towing with a Silverado 2500 better than the competition below, then visit our dealership in Augusta, ME. Our team of Chevy truck experts will help you explore the model that interests you and get you behind the wheel to experience the difference firsthand.

Towing Features

  • 6.6-Liter Duramax┬« Turbo-Diesel V8 Engine
    When it comes to power, this legendary engine makes the Silverado 2500 the most powerful Chevy truck ever. Producing 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque, the engine pairs with a six-speed automatic Allison® 1000 transmission for smooth power and acceleration.
  • Tow/Haul Mode
    This mode adjusts the transmission so that it reduces shift cycling when towing or driving on steep grades.
  • StabiliTrak┬« with Trailer Sway Control
    Towing confidently is important and this system makes it easier than ever. Utilizing an advanced sensor system this feature detects a swaying trailer and applies both vehicle and trailer brakes to help you maintain control.
  • Digital Steering Assist
    When trailering you might experience continual steering adjustments, this system uses electronic controls to enhance road holding and highway stability.
  • Diesel Exhaust Brake
    This technology helps to reduce the amount of conventional braking by using engine compression while towing or traveling downhill.
  • Trailer Brake Controller
    This integrated trailer brake controller makes it easy to monitor and control your trailer brakes.
  • Auto Grade Braking
    While towing, braking and traveling downhill can cause unintended wear on your brakes. This system initiates transmission downshifts to reduce the need for conventional braking while on long downhill grades.
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