I was totally impressed with the exceptional ride quality of the single-rear-wheel Chevrolet Silverado HD 2500. As Rusty notes, this dual-rear-wheel 3500 rides substantially rougher. It's also a monstrous chore to navigate in the tight parking lots of Ann Arbor, as I nearly wrinkled both rear fenders within the first 50 feet of my drive.
For $55,930 you'll get a seriously strong truck and some decent comfort features, but it's worth nothing that you get a nicer cabin in a $19,000 Chevrolet Cruze compact car. While GM continues to wage a battle with Ford in the arms race of insane power and hauling numbers, it'd really be nice to see some forward progress on the interior. Please?
- Eric Tingwall, Assistant Editor