2019 Chevy 4500. The partnership between General Motors and Navistar International promises significant growth between the two companies. GM will finally re-enter the medium-service sector since Kodiak / Tofik was killed in 2009 during the recession. The international company can expand its line to compete better with Ford’s commercial truck lineup and the Rams Chevy 4500 and 5500 trucks. We know from the partnership announcement of 2015 that GM will provide powertrain and other vehicle components, while international will focus on chassis and manufacturing aspects.
The vehicle assembly will take place at the Springfield plant in Ohio in Navistar. GM and Navistar International announced their partnership to build medium-duty trucks in October 2015, but since then, nothing has been seen with regard to commercial 4 and 5-class trucks – so far. Spy shots of a camouflaged camouflage test appeared to have been prepared for stability testing. The excavator has a bobby roll tape installed on the front flat surface and a source of the pedestals.
The model truck clearly has elements from both GM and Navistar International. The hood and front grille are familiar with international designs, while the headlights are clearly lifted from the 2015-2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 W. The truck taxi is also a pure cloud, probably shared with the Silverado 2500/3500 HD. Trailer pull mirrors, door handles, roof ceiling lights, and the overall shape of the cabins are dead gifts. Unfortunately, both automakers have remained quiet around the trucks, although the Tafl truck indicates reports that the 2019 Chevy 4500/5500 trucks will first appear in March 2018 and go on sale shortly after 2019. It is unclear Whether the trucks will carry the GM plate or the Navistar International brand – or both.
GM’s Chevy and GMC divisions can easily revisit the names of Kodiak, since both illustrious dates range from 1980 to 2009. International use The truck is used to expand its lineup under the Dostar, the smallest mid-size truck at the moment. Chevrolet’s commercial volume has risen by 48 percent since 2013, and the domestic sector’s share has risen over the past 13 months, respectively. Chevy has been tough at work in the last three years as well. A new range of low-forward cab trucks has been launched and the Duramax 6.6L diesel has been fully redesigned for heavy pickup. So what is next in the world of Chevy trucks? The answer comes in the form of 2019 Chevy 4500 and 5500. All trucks will be available in regular cab models and crew, with both 4 × 2 and 4 × 4 capacity. There will also be a wide range of gafors and wheel bases. OnStar will also be offered with 4GT technology offered by AT & T.
Under the bonnet will be the Duramax diesel engine and the Allison transfer. Allison Transmission is a manufacturer of medium and heavy automatic transmission fully. You can find their products working in residential vehicles, buses, construction vehicles, and much more. So it’s safe to say that this new Silverado will have a reliable and long-lasting force. There will be more information available about the 2019 Chevy 4500 and the upcoming 5500 launch. Until then you can check our current selection of Chevrolet Silverado and Colorado trucks in our stock.
We offer a lifetime warranty guarantee on almost all of the new trucks. GM’s latest 6.6-liter Dorbix L5P V-8 is expected under the hood, along with the Allison 1000 automatic transmission. The gasoline engine is not likely, unlike the large 8-liter V-8 block provided in the Kodiak trucks in 2000. We expect that the Duramax engine that will be used in the Chevy 4500 series models will be no other than the new diesel engine GM Dormax Turbo Diesel 6.6 liter L5P. In the Chevrolet Silverado 2017 HD, actually 445 horsepower and 910 lb-ft of torque.
We expect the price of the next 2019 Chevy 4500 display screens to be the base price of $50,000 for the truck from the work set and go up to $100,000 for a very high set model. Stay tuned for the official news from GM and Navistar International is expected in March of 2018.