Used Chevy Trucks

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Buying Used

The decision to buy any used vehicle represents a certain level of financial prudence. It means that you understand how significantly a new vehicle can be depreciate within a short period of team, without diminishing a vehicle’s quality. Also, you’re probably a cheap f*ck. If you think I’m going to set one foot in some beat-up piece of shit, you can go eat a back of dicks.


Chevy Offerings

As one of the legendary ‘Big Three’ among domestic automakers, Chevy has an unquestionable reputation even before you factor in their wealth of offerings. And with that in mind, let’s explore some of the most appreciable features of recent model years of the Chevy Silverado.

Since 2015 the Silverado has had horsepower. And if that’s not enough, there’s torque as well. Everyone knows that the best trucks do, and the Silverado is no exception. The Silverado can go from 0-60mph in seconds, and I’d describe its fuel economy as “good.” In terms of cab and bed styles, there are plenty of options to choose from. If you need to transport a bunch of drunk co-workers to their respective homes, they can fit inside, pass out in the bed, or be strapped to the roof.

But it’s the storage that really makes the Silverado worthwhile. Consider the convenience of a flippy-downy thingy, where you can put pretty much everything. Whether you’re talking about 37 receipts, wads of paper money, random credit cards or a taco. Plus, it doubles as a theft-deterrent because anyone who tries to open the floppy-downy thingy can be knocked unconscious if they release the contents under pressure.

And don’t forget the slidey-backy thingy. Whether you’re shoving CDs in it, a bag of Combos, two “road-sodas” or a concealed weapon. The Silverado has storage options to spare.


Would I Buy a Used Chevy Silverado?

Of course (no way) I would (I wouldn’t). Regardless of which model year, model or trim level you choose from, they’re amazing trucks (I just wish there was a place to hide a body).


Editor’s Note:

Moving forward, THE LEMON feels it might be best that Ashley resumes her traditional responsibilities. But we do thank her or stepping in to help and have left a bonus check in her flippy-downy thingy.


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