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2008 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD Trims

LT

4WD Chassis
Chassis
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $21,284
Ext. Cab
Avg. Price: $27,403
Ext. Cab 4WD
Ext. Cab Chassis
LWB 4WD Chassis
LWB Chassis
Avg. Price: $23,172

LT1

4WD
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $24,587
Crew Cab
Crew Cab 4WD
Avg. Price: $28,803
Crew Cab DRW
5 national listings
Avg. Price: $24,952
Crew Cab DRW 4WD
Avg. Price: $30,068
DRW 4WD
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $26,964
Ext. Cab
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $23,788
Ext. Cab 4WD
Avg. Price: $24,952
Ext. Cab DRW
4 national listings
Avg. Price: $24,456
Ext. Cab DRW 4WD
3 national listings
Avg. Price: $28,324

LT2

Crew Cab
Crew Cab 4WD
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $29,770
Crew Cab DRW
Crew Cab DRW 4WD
3 national listings
Avg. Price: $28,252
Ext. Cab
Ext. Cab 4WD
Ext. Cab DRW
Avg. Price: $31,396
Ext. Cab DRW 4WD
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $26,987

Chevy's Autotrac 4x4 drive system is able to automatically switch from two- to four-wheel drive when slick surfaces are detected. With the addition of 4WD, buyers may also opt for the Z71 Off-Road Package, which includes an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, and a locking rear differential. When the Silverado gains the extra set of rear wheels, both fuel economy and horsepower are reduced. While its 373 lb-ft of torque is unaffected, the 6.0-liter V8's total horsepower output is reduced from 353 to 312.

The 2LT trim is available only with the Crew Cab and Extended Cab body styles. This trim level adds few upscale features and some additional options availability. Like the 1LT, this style comes equipped with full power accessories, keyless entry, cruise control, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. 2LT upgrades include fog lamps, dual-zone climate control, and steering wheel-mounted audio controls. The front bench seat found in the 1LT is also swapped for two bucket seats here. The LTs also receive several appearance enhancements, like a leather-wrapped steering wheel, tinted windows, a chrome grille, and alloy wheels.

LTZ

Crew Cab
Avg. Price: $33,179

LTZ is the premium trim for the Silverado trucks. Exclusive features here include leather upholstery, a Bose audio system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, Homelink, keyless start, rain-sensing wipers, rear audio controls and 12-way power and heated front seats. The LTZ also gets a unique interior design, with wood and metallic accents in the dash.

Options on the LTZ Crew Cab include a power-sliding rear window, a navigation system, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, rear park assist, a sunroof and an integrated trailer brake controller. All Silverados are also available with with Chevy's 6.6-liter Duramax turbodiesel V8, which increases overall torque to 660 lb-ft.

Crew Cab 4WD

Chevy's Autotrac 4x4 drive system is able to automatically switch from two- to four-wheel drive when slick surfaces are detected. With the addition of 4WD, buyers may also opt for the Z71 Off-Road Package, which includes an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, and a locking rear differential.

The premium LTZ trim gains exclusive features including leather upholstery, a Bose audio system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, Homelink, keyless start, rain-sensing wipers, rear audio controls and 12-way power and heated front seats. The LTZ also gets a unique interior design, with wood and metallic accents in the dash.

Options on the LTZ Crew Cab include a power-sliding rear window, a navigation system, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, rear park assist and a sunroof.

Crew Cab DRW
7 national listings
Avg. Price: $22,329

Chevy offers the 3500HD with both single and dual rear-wheel setups. While the truck's 373 lb-ft of torque is unaffected by the addition of the extra set of wheels, the 6.0-liter V8's total horsepower output is reduced from 353 to 312.

Silverado's top-shelf LTZ is differentiated from lower trims by additional features like leather upholstery, a Bose audio system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, Homelink, keyless start, rain-sensing wipers, rear audio controls and 12-way power and heated front seats. The LTZ is also set apart by a unique interior design, with wood and metallic accents in the dash. LTZ Crew Cabs seat five, as the front bench seat is replaced with two bucket seats.

Options on the LTZ include a power-sliding rear window, a navigation system, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, rear park assist, a sunroof, and an integrated trailer brake controller.

Crew Cab DRW 4WD
Avg. Price: $33,080

The premium LTZ trim adds leather upholstery, a Bose audio system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, Homelink, keyless start, rain-sensing wipers, rear audio controls, and 12-way power and heated front seats. The LTZ is also set apart by a unique interior design, with wood and metallic accents in the dash. LTZ Crew Cabs seat five, as the front bench seat is replaced with two bucket seats.

Options on the LTZ include a power-sliding rear window, a navigation system, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, rear park assist, a sunroof and an integrated trailer brake controller.

Chevy's Autotrac 4x4 drive system is able to automatically switch from two- to four-wheel drive when slick surfaces are detected. With the addition of 4WD, buyers may also opt for the Z71 Off-Road Package, which includes an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, and a locking rear differential.

Chevy offers the 3500HD with both single and dual rear-wheel setups. While the truck's 373 lb-ft of torque is unaffected by the addition of the extra set of wheels, the 6.0-liter V8's total horsepower output is reduced from 353 to 312.

Ext. Cab

The Silverado's top-tier LTZ trim is available with both the Crew Cab and Extended Cab versions of the truck. The LTZ includes an exclusive list of luxury features like leather upholstery, a Bose audio system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, Homelink, keyless start, rain-sensing wipers, rear audio controls, and 12-way powered and heated front seats. The LTZ is also set apart by a unique interior design, with wood and metallic accents in the dash.

Options on the LTZ include a power-sliding rear window, a navigation system, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, rear park assist, a sunroof and an integrated trailer brake controller.

Ext. Cab 4WD
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $28,252

The highly configurable Silverado 3500 offers potential buyers a myriad of possible trim, cab and drivetrain combinations. This Extended Cab version includes the luxurious LTZ finish and Chevy's Autotrac 4WD system. Autotrac will automatically switch from two- to four-wheel drive in slippery road conditions. With the Silverado 4x4s, buyers may also opt for the Z71 Off-Road Package, which includes an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, and a locking rear differential.

The LTZ adds several luxury features, including leather upholstery, a Bose audio system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, Homelink, keyless start, rain-sensing wipers, rear audio controls and 12-way powered and heated front seats. The LTZ also includes some special interior design elements: wood and metallic accents in the dash.

Ext. Cab DRW

This two-wheel-drive version of the Silverado adds an extra set of rear wheels. While the truck's 373 lb-ft of torque is unaffected by this addition, the 6.0-liter V8's total horsepower output is reduced from 353 to 312.

The LTZ adds several luxury features like rain-sensing wipers, rear audio controls, leather upholstery, a Bose audio system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, Homelink, keyless start, and 12-way powered and heated front seats. This top-shelf trim also includes special interior design elements like wood and metallic accents in the dash. Silverado Extended Cabs feature a set of smaller rear doors, which are front-hinged.

Ext. Cab DRW 4WD
Avg. Price: $28,252

This is the best equipped of the Extended Cab Silverado 3500s, combining the premium LTZ trim with four-wheel drive and dual rear wheels.

Chevy's Autotrac 4x4 drive system is able to automatically switch from two- to four-wheel drive when slick surfaces are detected. With the addition of 4WD, buyers may also opt for the Z71 Off-Road Package, which includes an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, and a locking rear differential. While the truck's 373 lb-ft of torque is unaffected by the addition of the extra set of wheels, the 6.0-liter V8's total horsepower output is reduced from 353 to 312.

The LTZ adds several luxury features, like a special dash design with wood and metallic accents, rain-sensing wipers, rear audio controls, leather upholstery, a Bose audio system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, Homelink, keyless start, and 12-way powered and heated front seats. Options on the LTZ include a power-sliding rear window, a navigation system, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, rear park assist, a sunroof, and an integrated trailer brake controller.

Work Truck

4WD
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $20,275

The Silverado's entry-level Work Truck trim is available with all three cab sizes, both drivetrains, and both the standard or dual-rear-wheel setups. This variant includes Chevy's Autotrac 4x4 system, which will automatically switch from two- to four-wheel drive when slick surfaces are detected. With the addition of 4WD, buyers may also opt for the Z71 Off-Road Package, which includes an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, and a locking rear differential.

Aside from the Z71 off-road package, options are scarce on this trim. However, unlike the entry-level trims on many other heavy-duty pickups, the Silverado Work Truck is reasonably equipped. Standard features on the Regular Cab include 17-inch wheels, a trip computer, OnStar, a tilt steering wheel, a CD player, and satellite radio. Work Truck seats are upholstered in vinyl, and the Regular Cab features a 40/20/40-split front bench seat.

4WD Chassis
Chassis
Avg. Price: $19,531
Crew Cab
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $24,232

A strong selling point for the Silverado 3500HD is the availability of a long bed with the full cabin Crew Cab body style. While many other full-size pickups offer only a shorter bed with their crew cab bodies, Chevy includes a 97-inch bed with all variants.

The Silverado Work Truck is very well equipped for an entry-level trim in this segment. Standard features include air-conditioning, a trip computer, OnStar, a tilt steering wheel, a CD player, and satellite radio. Work Truck seats are upholstered in vinyl, and the 40/20/40-split front bench seat cannot be swapped for two more inviting bucket seats on this trim level.

Crew Cab 4WD
Avg. Price: $27,740

Work Truck standard features include air-conditioning, a trip computer, OnStar, a tilt steering wheel, a CD player, and satellite radio. Work Truck seats are upholstered in vinyl, and the 40/20/40-split front bench seat cannot be swapped for two more inviting bucket seats on this trim level.

Chevy's Autotrac 4x4 drive system is able to automatically switch from two- to four-wheel drive when slick surfaces are detected. With the addition of 4WD, buyers may also opt for the Z71 Off-Road Package, which includes an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, and a locking rear differential. Options are otherwise very limited on this trim.

Crew Cab DRW
Avg. Price: $23,349

Although Silverado Crew Cabs feature a full four-door cabin, Chevy does not shorten the truck's bed length, which is common with this body style. All Silverados come with a 97-inch bed.

The Silverado Work Truck is comparatively well equipped for an entry-level heavy-duty pickup. Standard features include air-conditioning, a trip computer, OnStar, a tilt steering wheel, a CD player, and satellite radio. Work Truck seats are upholstered in vinyl, and the 40/20/40-split front bench seat cannot be swapped for two more inviting bucket seats on this trim level.

This variant also adds a second set of rear wheels, which has some implications for overall horsepower. While the truck's 373 lb-ft of torque is unaffected by the addition of the extra set of wheels, the 6.0-liter V8's total horsepower is reduced from 353 to 312.

Crew Cab DRW 4WD
Avg. Price: $31,554

Standard features on the entry-level Work Truck trim include air-conditioning, a trip computer, OnStar, a tilt steering wheel, a CD player, and satellite radio. Work Truck seats are upholstered in vinyl, and the 40/20/40-split front bench seat cannot be swapped for bucket seats on this trim level. There are not many options for this trim, but with the addition of 4WD, buyers may opt for the Z71 Off-Road Package, which includes an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, and a locking rear differential.

Chevy's Autotrac 4x4 drive system is able to automatically switch from two- to four-wheel drive when slick surfaces are detected. While the truck's 373 lb-ft of torque is unaffected by the addition of the extra set of wheels, the 6.0-liter V8's total horsepower output is reduced from 353 to 312.

DRW 4WD
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $19,867

Standard features on the entry-level Work Truck trim include a trip computer, OnStar, a tilt steering wheel, a CD player, and satellite radio. Work Truck seats are upholstered in vinyl, and the 40/20/40-split front bench seat cannot be swapped for two bucket seats on this trim level. There are not many options for this trim, but with the addition of 4WD, buyers may opt for the Z71 Off-Road Package, which includes an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, and a locking rear differential.

Chevy's Autotrac 4x4 drive system is able to automatically switch from two- to four-wheel drive when slick surfaces are detected. While the truck's 373 lb-ft of torque is unaffected by the addition of the extra set of wheels, the 6.0-liter V8's total horsepower output is reduced from 353 to 312.

Ext. Cab
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $20,152

The Work Truck is the entry-level style in the expansive 2008 lineup of this heavy-duty pickup. Standard features on the entry-level Work Truck trim include a trip computer, OnStar, a tilt steering wheel, a CD player, and satellite radio. Work Truck seats are upholstered in vinyl, and the 40/20/40-split front bench seat cannot be swapped for two more inviting bucket seats on this trim level.

Despite a comparatively generous selection of standard features here, there are no notable comfort or convenience options for this trim. However, the Silverado 3500 is also available with Chevy's 6.6-liter Duramax turbodiesel power plant, which, while offering only slight gains in horsepower, will boost torque to 660 lb-ft.

Ext. Cab 4WD
Avg. Price: $24,587

Standard features on the entry-level Work Truck trim include air-conditioning, a trip computer, OnStar, a tilt steering wheel, a CD player, and satellite radio. Work Truck seats are upholstered in vinyl, and the 40/20/40-split front bench seat cannot be swapped for two more inviting bucket seats on this trim level. There are not many options for this trim, but with the addition of 4WD, buyers may opt for the Z71 Off-Road Package, which includes an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, and a locking rear differential.

Chevy's Autotrac 4x4 drive system is able to automatically switch from two- to four-wheel drive when slick surfaces are detected. While the truck's 373 lb-ft of torque is unaffected by the addition of the extra set of wheels, the 6.0-liter V8's total horsepower output is reduced from 353 to 312.

Ext. Cab 4WD Chasis
Ext. Cab Chassis
Ext. Cab DRW

This Silverado adds the second set of rear wheels, which will draw down the pickup's overall power output. While the truck's 373 lb-ft of torque is unaffected by the addition of the extra set of wheels, the 6.0-liter V8's total horsepower output is reduced from 353 to 312. Of course, the Silverado 3500 is also available with Chevy's 6.6-liter Duramax turbodiesel powerplant, which, while offering only a slight gain in horsepower, boosts torque to 660 lb-ft.

The Work Truck is well-equipped for its stated purpose. Standard features on the entry-level trim include air-conditioning, a trip computer, OnStar, a tilt steering wheel, a CD player, and satellite radio. Work Truck seats are upholstered in vinyl, and the 40/20/40-split front bench seat cannot be swapped for two more inviting bucket seats on this trim level. Buyers who need additional comfort and convenience options will have to look to the higher trim levels.

Ext. Cab DRW 4WD
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $27,898

Standard features on the entry-level Work Truck trim include air-conditioning, a trip computer, OnStar, a tilt steering wheel, a CD player and satellite radio. Work Truck seats are upholstered in vinyl, and the 40/20/40-split front bench seat cannot be swapped for two more inviting bucket seats on this trim level. There are not many options for this trim, but with the addition of 4WD, buyers may opt for the Z71 Off-Road Package, which includes an off-road-tuned suspension, skid plates, and a locking rear differential.

Chevy's Autotrac 4x4 drive system is able to automatically switch from two- to four-wheel drive when slick surfaces are detected. While the truck's 373 lb-ft of torque is unaffected by the addition of the extra set of wheels, the 6.0-liter V8's total horsepower output is reduced from 353 to 312.

LWB 4WD Chassis
LWB Chassis