The 2020 Silverado 1500 LTZ and High Country are the two trim models offering horsepower, luxury, and even more luxurious features. While the base prices are comparable with the Ram 1500 and the Ford F-150, the top-tier Silverado is pricier.
The High Country is the deluxe Chevy Silverado truck trim, and although it is not quite as luxurious on the inside as Fords or the Rams highest-spec offerings, neither offers Super Cruise.
The LTZ is the next-highest trim in the 2020 Silverado 1500 lineup, so while luxurious, it is simply not quite as lavish as the High Country. LTZ includes features that are standard in lesser Silverados (such as an Infotainment 3 system, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and the ability to remote start), but the LTZ also adds plenty of high-end bling. All trim levels below the LT level get the analog gauges and the paltry touchscreen from Chevy Silverado, but this 7-inch-wide, standard model runs the earlier version of the same Chevrolet Infotainment 3 interface, as well as getting Apple CarPlay and (wired) Android Auto.
The base WT comes with the 4.3-liter V6, a 7-inch Infotainment touch screen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, vinyl seats, 17-inch wheels, and a normal cabin. Options include rear-wheel or four-wheel drive, three bed sizes, and three cabin styles, as well as a choice of five engines. All trims are available with rear-wheel or four-wheel drive (4WD), with the exception of ZR2s and Trail Boss, which are only available in 4WD.
Get LT trim in Crew Cab, with 4WD, and anything but the 2.7L engine, and the Chevy Silverado becomes a $56k+ truck. Bump puts the lowest barrier to ownership for the Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck at $36,395 for a regular-cab work truck with the standard bed and 2WD–$1,795 of that $36 is the destination charge. Last time we looked at Chevy Silverado prices, back in May, Chevy had raised the MSRP of the 2022 truck by $800, with a $100 destination charge.