2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Specs and Reviews

2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 looks a little like a landslide. “The expressive front end,” with rectangular headlights, trapezoid grille, and bold chrome bar. Use the styling cues of the root are easy to spot in the avalanche and trailblazer. The test truck Silverado Sportside, model sports a regular cab two-wheel-drive. Has a base price of $18.191 and sticker price of $22.441. It has a plain vanilla truck bench seats, manual windows. And AM/FM radio (no tape or CD player), but $22.441 very reasonable for a full-size truck. Chevy Silverado and provide cheap footing in a full-sized truck segment.

For many young buyers, the appeal of a truck like this is just like a sports car. This is different from the car and has more individuality than a sedan. And of course, practical transportation for those who might want to bring goods and transporting it. Optional 4.8 liter V-8 and automatic transmission ($ 1,790). That not only has enough power to haul a load or pulling a trailer. But they make trucks more energetic and fun to drive. Chevy’s muscular Vortec V-8s between sweet pushrod engines around. And this year the addition of electronic throttle control give you precise throttle operation.

2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Vortec has abundant torque so that they get off the mark with authority. They do not interfere with minimal vibrations and because they accelerate. With the passion because they’re loaded with horsepower. 4.8-liter has 270, 5.3-liter has 285 and 6.0-liter has 300. Tan wool base interior upholstery, seating bench and front 40/20/40. Which means it has a small Center section will be used strictly for adults. Although this bench seats the most basic models, it’s a good lumbar support. Lateral support, however, is lacking. 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 bucket seat is very good and would be worth the upgrade.

Climate control system of dual-zone which allows 30 degrees the temperature fluctuations between drivers and passengers. The dual-level airbags standard. Such as a system that senses if a child or an adult is in the passenger seat. If a child in the seat, the passenger side airbag is automatically turned off.

Chevrolet offers at least 25 different pickup model. And each of them has a wide selection of machines and equipment. Choose a model can be difficult. Do you need four-wheel drive or extended cab? Short or long box? For everyday city driving and the occasional personal use trucks. The test vehicle will be fine, but for hauling or towing larger engines will be accepted. The cab is extended extend the vehicle’s versatility, and of course. The four-wheel drive provides all-weather traction truck.

2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Review

Last year, Chevy offered Quadrasteer on truck short box-extended-cab. But for the 2003 option, four-wheel-steering will also be available in crew cab short-box. Quadrasteer allows the rear wheels to turn opposite the front wheels. And which makes parking and changing much easier. The rotating circle shrinks from 49.6 feet to 37.4 feet. Allowing the driver to wheel into the parking space is as easy as the medium sedan.

The truck has just as much, if not more, the entertainment options of any car. At Silverado, for example, XM satellite radio that receives 100 digital coast Stations will be available. XM radio is one of the next steps in the broadcast because it allows listeners to hear the same Station or format anywhere in the country.