We’ve already written about the sheer trailing potential of the 2019 Chevy Silverado, but that is not the end of the advantages that this model will bring to the road for drivers who want plenty of towing convenience. There are several 2019 Chevy Silverado new trailering features that are going to make it even easier to attach a trailer and figure out how much you can haul. Check them out below.
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2019 Chevy Silverado New Trailering Features
The myChevrolet® app will be standard on all models of the 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 and will offer several towing features including a pre-departure step-by-step checklist and a glossary of towing terms. However, one of the coolest advantages will be an available feature to check the trailer’s lights. Instead of needing the help of a friend to hook up a trailer’s lights and make sure they are functioning a driver will be able to run a program on the app that automatically runs a trailer light test so that the driver can see if the lights work.[/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”one_half_last”]
Advanced Trailering System
An advanced Trailering System will be available on the new Silverado LT, RST and Trail Boss trim levels and standard on LTZ and High Country models. It includes Auto Park Brake Assist (which can help keep your truck braced when put in park to line up a hitch) and Hitch Guidance with Hitch View (which puts dynamic backing guidelines onto the Rear Vision Camera view to help line up the trailer). Drivers can also add a Trailer Tire Pressure Monitoring System that will monitor the temperature of a trailer’s tires to prevent overheating.[/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”clear”][/bscolumns]
Trailer Camera Package
This option combines the Rear Vision Camera standard on the 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 with two side cameras to offer drivers a 270-degree view. A trailer-mounted camera is also available. All of these can show up in the central display screen of the cab to keep drivers appraised of the surrounding road and traffic.
Clear Trailer Labeling
One of the simplest but most practical new trailering features on the 2019 Chevy Silverado is simple labeling. Body style, engine option, and trim level can all change the maximum available trailing potential. Every model of the all-new Silverado will have gross vehicle weight rating, gross combined weight rating, gross axle weight rating (rear), maximum payload, maximum tongue weight, and curb weight clearly listed on a label on the driver’s side door jam.
Are you excited about these trailering options in the Huntsville AL area? Contact Harbin Automotive to reserve your 2019 Chevy Silverado today.