2014 Chevy Silverado Price Points
Now, as we start to close out the series we’ve been on lately, the 2014 Chevy Silverado, it makes sense to do a short article on the prices offered at different stages (“trim levels”). Now, especially with a truck, this can be pretty difficult to do in a way that will tell you EXACTLY how much your Silverado will cost. This does not take into account your trade-in, credit, any rebates and incentives or anything of the like. All we will discuss in the following article is the prices of the 2014 Silverado for each trim type and the average price increase for common modifications, configurations and upgrades based on the information from Chevrolet.com/Silverado’s “Build & Price” feature which you have access to yourself, here (works best in Internet Explorer; I had to use IE11), at the time of writing this article and based on a Zip Code of 38805 (Asheville, North Carolina) as it is where a large portion of our Chevrolet business comes from.
Now that we got all that disclaimer stuff out of the way, let’s get down to business! We’re going to list the starting prices for each level based on a completely “bare” (i.e. the way it comes from the factory with no added equipment, with two-wheel drive, the smallest cab configuration and bed possible).
So, first we have the “1WT” which is a Work Truck with completely basic options, regular cab, standard bed, 2WD (rear-wheel drive) which starts at $26,670. Moving up from there is the “2WT” which includes some common equipment people usually order for their Work Trucks (regular cab, standard bed, 2WD) which starts at $28,915. Next, also in a regular cab, standard bed, 2WD is the “LT” which is the basic level for consumers with only a few basic pieces of equipment (such as power windows) which starts at $32,225 and is where most of the general public can expect their 2014 Chevy Silverado prices to start. Beyond that is the LT with the Z71 package which has long been a popular package for the Silverado (again, Regular Cab, Short Box and 2WD) which starts at $33,815. A step up from that we have the LTZ (which is not available in Regular Cab configuration) which starts at $39,755 for a Double Cab, Standard Box, 2WD and has a lot of the more luxurious equipment standard. From there is the LTZ with the Z71 package (Double Cab, Standard Box, 2WD) at $40,435 and at the top of our list is the new, 2014 Chevy Silverado High Country which starts at $46,700 for a Crew Cab, Short Box, 2WD.
Here’s a few pretty common upgrades as far as cab configuration, box length and 2WD/4WD so you can get a rough idea of how much your Silverado will cost you (for more in-depth details, check out our Silverados or call our World Class Internet Department at (800) 680-0835; you can even schedule your test drive online if you find what you’re searching for and if not our dedicated Sales Professionals will locate or build one to your exact specifications!):
- To move from a 2WD to a 4WD will typically increase the base price of the Silverado by around $4,000.
- Moving from Standard Box to Short Box will typically decrease the base price of the Silverado by around $300 and moving from a Standard Box to a Long Box usually adds about $400.
- To upgrade from a Standard Cab to a Double Cab sees a typical increase to the base price by about $4,000 and from a Standard Cab to a Crew Cab is roughly $8,500. To upgrade from the Double Cab to the Crew Cab is roughly $4,400.
Just a friendly reminder, these prices are the base prices for Silverados at the time of writing, are averages, and do not include discounts you will find at your local dealership such as rebates and incentives. Be sure to contact our Chevy Buick dealership in Waynesville North Carolina which serves primarily the Asheville area but is capable of serving (and frequently does!) customers nation-wide and even outside of the country on several occasions! Autostar USA will stop at nothing to not only earn your business but to make your experience with us the most convenient and enjoyable you’ve ever had.
Thank you very much for reading!
Jason Lee Gibson
Your Automotive Digital Informant