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2022 pickup truck towing guide

Motoring Research Logo By John Redfern of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 36: Chevrolet has finally announced details of the first all-electric Silverado pickup. Set to begin production in 2023, Chevy wants the Silverado EV to be just as useful as a conventional truck. Naturally, pickup fans will still want to know how it will perform on practicality, especially when it comes to towing. For our comparison, we have used the ‘maximum trailer weight rating’ for each model to compare. With multiple engine, chassis and drivetrain configurations available for most trucks, we have noted the highest figure out of all possible permutations.

Chevrolet plugs in to the electric pickup truck market

Chevrolet has finally announced details of the first all-electric Silverado pickup. Set to begin production in 2023, Chevy wants the Silverado EV to be just as useful as a conventional truck.

Naturally, pickup fans will still want to know how it will perform on practicality, especially when it comes to towing.

For our comparison, we have used the ‘maximum trailer weight rating’ for each model to compare. With multiple engine, chassis and drivetrain configurations available for most trucks, we have noted the highest figure out of all possible permutations.

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