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The second generation Silverado ran from 2007 to 2013 and was based on the GMT900 platform.
It featured a redesigned interior, exterior, suspension, frame and engine upgrades.
Opt for the brake package to get red Brembo six-piston, fixed-aluminum calipers and larger Duralife rotors.
The third generation was introduced in 2014 and is still currently in production.
Wilwood has developed new TX6R big brake front kits and AERO6 big brake kits to upgrade the stock brakes on your Silverado to a high-performance, heavy-duty braking system.
Power is always a good thing to have on tap, but it’s no use if the vehicle can’t come to a controlled stop.
Brembo and General Motors have teamed up to offer a nice upgrade for its light-duty trucks and SUVs.
GM executives say it’s something customers are asking for.
The special editions will be offered at the LT and Premier trim levels.
Chevrolet retained the use of the truck weight designations from the previous C/K model; ‘1500' (1/2 ton), ‘2500’ (3/4-ton) and ‘3500’ (1-ton).
The first generation of the Silverado ran from 1999 to 2007 and was based on the GMT800 platform.
The standard engine remains the 5.3-liter V-8 that generates 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque.