Chevrolet has released the pricing details on its exclusively styled, heavy-duty pick-up truck 2011 Silverado HD. Packed with revised Duramax diesel power unit and Allison transmission, the all-new 2011 Chevy Silverado delivers best-in-class horsepower and torque values - 397 horsepower and 765 lb-ft of maximum torque.

Product Director Maria Rohrer says…"Heavy duty pickup customers are some of the most knowledgeable out there, and we heard them loud and clear. They want maximum power and capability at the best value possible. We delivered huge increases in power and capability while actually improving our fuel economy with the Duramax diesel engine – all while maintaining current pricing."

Without destination charge, the 2011 Silverado HD entry level boasts MSRP of $27,965. It delivers significant improvements in fuel economy – including a highway cruising range of up to 680 miles; aforementioned increases in performance; and new B20 biodiesel capability.

As standard, the new Silverado comes fully fitted with features such as trailer sway control, smart exhaust braking, hill start assist and more.  Its all-new chassis includes fully-boxed, high-strength steel frame, which in combination with the revised engine offers trailering capacity to 20,000 pounds (9,072 kg), and payload capacity to 6,335 pounds (2,873 kg).