Hope this is somewhat helpful. I need a full sized truck that can pull a 16 foot trailer with 5 Harleys , that can tow like about 1000-1500 pounds of trailer and what, 3,000+ pounds of bikes? By default, you can get a 6. Given I'm interested in a minimalist approach, I'm hoping I can get away with the smaller, more fuel efficient engine. The chain, which connects the camshaft and crankshaft, is validated for 200,000 miles of operation and fitted with a leaf-spring-type dampener. I did sell the truck, mainly cause I just couldn't justify keeping it, however I could probably afford a 2000 Silverado 1500.
The gas mileage is 18 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway. It can be produced from various feed stocks, including corn and wheat stalks, forestry and agricultural waste and even municipal waste. We had 2 Sprinters before and liked the Chevy 100 times better but missed the head room. Replaced fuel filter at 50,000 miles, hard to find in stock at dealers and cost 250. For heat, buy an Espar unit. I'm researching myself because I have the opportunity to view a 2005 Chevy 1500 conversion van with the 4. Are you currently leased on with an expedite carrier? If you have to sleep during the day, buy slip over windows screens from skreenz.
Its deep-skirt design helps maximize strength and minimize vibration. Quiet features built into the engine are complemented by an improved engine cradle and mounting system. This breakdown can help you decide which truck is best for your workload. Unless you are going to tow, there really is no reason to go with the larger motor. I've owned two chevy express's one with the 5. I think they ride very rough.
Like the Silverado 1500, there are two different engine options, starting with a 6. My wife and I miss expediting but need more steady income now but might consider it down road but probably get a setup like The Rev. Any specific problems with them to be aware of? I had a 2006 2500 ext. The six speed transmission is really nice, and if you're climbing a steep grade, I'll drop it down a few gears and it climbs a mountain like it's not even there. Maybe close to 5,000 pounds behind the truck? If not, then heck with it! The second engine availability is a 6. Can the Duramax expect to roll up 700,000 or more miles like the old 7. Make sure it is an extended wheelbase.
The engine size for the Silverado 1500 engine size starts with a 4. The shields limit heat transfer from the engine to the engine bay, allowing the 6. Not only is it one of the best trucks on the market, but it also delivers the power you expect from a vehicle. Chrome Data makes no guarantee or warranty, either expressed or implied, including without limitation any warranty of merchantability or fitness for particular purpose, with respect to the data presented here. This information is supplied for personal use only and may not be used for any commercial purpose whatsoever without the express written consent of Chrome Data. At idle, for example, the cam is at the full advanced position, allowing exceptionally smooth idling.
I don't think a 6 cyl would do any better and it would lack power when I needed it the most. Modern V6 engines deliver more than enough power to push the van up a grade. Cast nodular iron was the material of choice for its basic durability and excellent heat-management properties. It's not worth the lack of power for a measly 1-2 mpg, if it even will deliver that. If you want the 6.
I am in process of getting disability and then getting hip replaced. The towing capacity of the Silverado 2500 6. Ethanol is renewable and produces fewer emissions in the combustion process. Currently have a 2013 Silverado with the 5. Dollars rounded to the nearest whole dollar. Having a tiny little Transit Connect with its pathetic 4-cylinder engine, believe me, I know what having not enough power can do to your fuel economy and engine life.
This allows the engine control module to adjust ignition timing with greater precision, which optimizes performance and economy. Course most of the trucks had 4. It had plenty of power in hills. Have been averaging 15 mixed driving. Each of these engine sizes offers a different towing capacity and fuel mileage. I live just up the road in Nicholasville. Is this thread you are thinking of? The front wheels bounce like a kangaroo.