If you’re looking to give your Normal commute an upgrade with a robust new pickup truck, you can’t go wrong with the legendary Chevy Silverado! This iconic work truck is back for 2023, featuring powerhouse performance specs, tough capabilities, and the latest features inside and out. One of the many highlights of buying a new Chevy Silverado from Leman's Chevrolet City Llc is the ability to customize your truck to match your unique driving needs in Decatur. In addition to many different trims and powertrains, the Silverado comes with three bed sizes and three cab styles to choose from. Leman's Chevrolet City Llc has all the details on the Chevrolet Silverado bed size dimensions and cab configurations in the guide below – check it out!
The 2023 Chevy Silverado comes with three bed sizes: short, standard, and long. As the names suggest, the short bed is the smallest available cargo box, while the long bed is the largest. The type of cab configuration depends on your choice of Chevrolet Silverado bed size, so choose carefully! Here are the dimensions for all three options:
Short Bed Dimensions
Once you’ve settled on a Chevrolet Silverado bed size from the list above, the next step is to pick out a cab style. Just like the truck bed sizes, the Silverado offers three cab styles of varying size: regular, double, and crew. Some cabs can be paired with multiple bed sizes, while others can only be paired with a single offering. Check out the details below:
When it comes to capability on the job, the Chevy Silverado simply has no competition. You know it’s the truck for you — so your next steps are to select a cab style and choose from short, standard, or long truck bed sizes. What is the bed size of a Chevy Silverado with each cab style? Below, the Leman's Chevrolet City Llc team takes you through the dimensions.
Not only do truck bed sizes vary depending on the size of the cabin, but you have three different truck bed sizes to choose from: short, standard, or long. So, what is the bed size of a Chevy Silverado short bed compared to a medium or long bed? Take a look at the specs for all three options:
If you’ve compared the Silverado long bed’s dimensions to other light-duty trucks, you know it’s one of the longest truck beds on the market. That’s definitely an advantage, but much more goes into the making of a Silverado Durabed! Chevy’s advanced truck bed technology offers more secure cargo handling, specialized features for easier loading and unloading—helping you to maximize your productivity on the job in Decatur:
After selecting the right Silverado truck bed size, it’s time to customize with the features and accessories you need to optimize your truck bed space and protect your gear. We stock a wide range of OEM Chevy accessories for cargo management at our parts center, which you can order online in just a few minutes:
When it comes to hauling all you need throughout Bloomington, the new Chevy Silverado 1500 has the towing capacity and truck bed sizes you can rely on to get the job done. In the following guide from your local Sam Leman Chevrolet Bloomington dealership team, we’ll detail the various Silverado bed size options amongst multiple impressive trim levels. When you’re ready to test drive a 2020 Silverado to determine which truck bed configuration is best for you, contact us and we’ll get you in the driver’s seat.
Whether you rely on your truck for getting materials to the jobsite or bringing gear and equipment along for a weekend adventure, the Silverado has the capability you need.
With eight outstanding trim level options and durable trucks beds with great payload and cargo capacities across all— you’re certain to find the model that fits your Normal lifestyle best. The 2020 Chevy Silverado truck bed size options are as follows, categorized by cab configuration:
The 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 rolled out into dealership lots with its new Durabed innovation which ultimately allowed the Silverado to edge-out competitors like the GMC Sierra. It’s a feature that has carried over to the 2020 model as well.
This best-in-class cargo volume truck bed is built with high-strength roll-formed steel, large footwells for better loading and unloading, a 120-volt outlet, and an industry-first power up and down tailgate to make your Decatur projects easier.
If you have any questions about the Chevy Silverado bed sizes or cab styles, feel free to contact our office! You can also contact us or stop by our dealership to set up a test drive around Springfield, and a member of our team will be happy to help you. Be sure to check out our model research hub if you’re interested in learning more about the Silverado and the other vehicles in our lineup.