Explore Our Chevy Trucks For Sale
If you’ve been on the hunt for new Chevy Trucks, it’s important to know that they’re divided into 3 model lines. Virden drivers will have to choose between the compact Chevrolet Colorado, the mid-sized Chevy Silverado 1500, and the large Chevy Silverado HD line. Read on to get a sense of how the strengths of each model line are differentiated. Then choose the one you like, fill out a pre-approval, and reach out to Virden Mainline Motors to arrange for a test drive!
What Are the Differences Between The Main Chevy Trucks?
Birtle drivers on the market for Chevy trucks for sale in Virden will have to decide between a Chevy Colorado, a Silverado 1500, or a model from the Silverado HD line. Here’s a quick breakdown of the strengths each truck line emphasizes:
- Chevy Colorado: Want a fuel-efficient truck? The Colorado leads its segment in fuel economy numbers without sacrificing performance. It’s also more affordable than the other Chevy trucks.
- Chevy Silverado 1500: Offering a best-in-class available V8 horsepower engine, the Chevy Silverado 1500 is one of the most powerful mid-sized trucks on the road. It’s got large enough truck bed configurations, high enough payload capacity, and powerful enough towing specs to satisfy just about all of your needs at the job site.
- Chevy Silverado 2500 HD: If you’re regularly hauling a trailer full of horses, or you regularly need to tow large pieces of machinery at the job site, we recommend the first of the HD options. The 2500 HD can get up to 18,500 pounds of trailering capacity with its impressive 910 lb-ft of torque.
- Chevy Silverado 3500 HD: The strongest of the pack, the Silverado 3500 HD offers up to 35,500 pounds of trailering capacity and can tackle anything you throw its way. It’s among the most powerful trucks to have been released in automotive history.
Buying vs. Leasing
One of the first decisions you’ll need to make when shopping for new Chevy trucks is to decide whether you prefer to lease or finance. If you’re unsure of what the differences of these two financial paths are, take a moment to review their strengths below:
- Leasing: When you lease, you get exclusive access to a vehicle for several years. You’re only expected to pay the estimated amount of depreciation in value over the course of your lease-term. This means that you’ll make smaller monthly payments and larger down payment since you’re not financing the full value of the vehicle.
- Buying: When you buy, you finance the entire value of the vehicle, meaning a larger down payment and higher monthly contributions. That said, you retain the right to sell your vehicle at any time, and when you do, you’ll see thousands of dollars returned to your bank account. It’s the most cost-effective option, but it requires more commitment.
Test Drive the Chevy Trucks for Sale at Virden Mainline Motors
If you’re ready to test-drive our new Chevy trucks and see which model best suits your needs, give us a call at 204-748-3811. We’d love to give you a thorough overview of all the features and performance specs these models offer. If you’re still in the research phase, be sure to check out our Chevrolet information guides for overviews of signature Chevrolet technologies and advice on how to troubleshoot issues with everyday convenience features (like our guide on how to update Chevy MyLink). We can’t wait to show Elkhorn drivers everything these Chevy trucks are capable of.