Silverado High Country HD: Tough on the Outside, Snug on the Inside

The 2015 Silverado High Country HD is now available at Chevrolet dealerships.
If you thought the 2014 Silverado was big on country, just wait until you test drive the 2015 Silverado High Country HD.

When you think of rough-and-tumble mega trucks like the Silverado High Country HD, now available in its 2015 model, “comfort” is typically not the first word to come to mind.

Promotional material tends to focus more on the power and performance of these steel beasts, and with good reason. The 2015 High Country HD, officially Chevy’s first premium heavy-duty pickup, can steamroll the competition with any of its three powertrain options. Plus, it can tow almost 23,000 pounds for gooseneck towing and almost 20,000 pounds with a conventional towing setup. Go ahead. Rub your eyes. Those numbers aren’t going to change.

But, as impressive as having diesel, CNG, and normal gasoline powered engines all available is, it’s just as impressive how much convenience and luxury is packed inside these babies. The High Country HD comes with chrome accents scattered beautifully all over the place, including 6-inch chrome assist steps. In the cabin, you’ll find the truck’s exclusive saddle brown interior palette, complete with heated and cooled front leather seats, topped off with High Country logos on the headrests.

Throw in options like a sunroof, navigation system, and even the High Country Premium Package option, and we’re just not sure what else you could ask for out of a truck. Except it’s undying love and supernatural effort, and here at Nehls Chevrolet, we’re sure you’ll be satisfied with the 2015 Silverado High Country HD on that front and every other front to boot.