2017 Chevrolet Silverado LT vs LS Models
So you've decided that you need a new Chevy Silverado in your life, but aren't sure whether to buy the LS or LT model. Both trucks are a great choice; however, depending on your needs you may need to upgrade to the LT. No matter what your needs, we're going to help you discover the differences between the two Silverado trims.
2017 Chevy Silverado LS vs LT
Check out our side-by-side comparison of the LS and LT Tahoe models.
2017 Silverado LS
2017 Silverado LT
Whether you are looking for a rugged pickup truck that works as a daily driver or work truck, the Silverado is the perfect choice. When deciding between the LS or LT trims, there are a few notable differences. Fist lets look at the similarities between the LS and LT trims. They both share a 4.3L EcoTec V6 engine that produces 285 horsepower at 5300 RPM and 305 lb-ft torque at 3900 RPM. The 2017 Silverado LS and LT can also tow 7600 pounds (best in class). The main features included with the LT that are not in the LS trim include polished aluminum wheels, a rear backup camera, body-colored door handles, a chrome grill, EZ Lift liftgate, and driver's info display center. See also: Compare More Chevrolet LS & LT Models
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