A clean look, the right packaging, V8 power, and the right price make this 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 a versatile and comfortable 4x4. And just from the first glance, you can see they gave it some nicely placed upgrades.
This modern generation Silverado has a terrific look of a pickup that has gotten a little meaner. After all, the headlights look like raised eyebrows, and the hood has a well-creased style like the cowl induction ones from Chevy's classic muscle cars. Plus, there's just something unmistakably sporty about a single cab, short bed pickup. And all of this attractiveness is taken up a notch with some well-placed upgrades. The upgraded 22-inch polished alloys and billet grille join the chrome bumpers to make a nice contrast against the dark Gunmetal Gray Metallic paint. Plus, this pickup's usefulness is also upgraded with the proper trailer hitch and liner paint in the bed. So while it's unknown if the odometer represents the full actual mileage, the presentation of the factory panels and finish really show off a better level of care than its contemporaries.
A modern pickup means modern comfort. It starts with well-bolstered bucket seats finished in a comfy velour. This has the desirable configuration with a full center console with deep storage well in-between. You also have a ton of other great features, like power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, power side mirrors, dual airbags, cruise control, tilt steering column, cup holders, tinted windows, and the factory AM/FM/CD stereo. A modern truck like this even comes with the little extras you don't get in the vintage model, like automatic headlights and dual-zone A/C climate control.
Under the hood is the 5.3-liter Vortec V8. This powerhouse gives you the fuel-injected trustworthiness you love in a modern pickup. And these are just as hardy as the old small block setup, so they love upgrades. This one even inhales deeper now with a K&N cold air intake. The lifted stance on this truck is not just for show. It's a proper 4x4 with a two-speed transfer case. Another advantage of a more modern and loaded pickup is that this Silverado also has a 4x4 auto setting for more everyday use. So it's a solid all-around driver with power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
The Silverado is currently on a rebuilt title, but you can see it's an overall impressive package. This has the look, stance, features, and power for an all-around great pickup. Don't miss this deal. Call today!!!