Since the Chevy Silverado HD series was just refreshed, the 2025 model is unchanged, with one major exception: it is now available with the Trail Boss option. The HD’s addition of the off-road package for more budget-conscious shoppers means it is now available across the whole Chevy truck lineup, much like the high-end ZR2.
The package details are comparable to other Trail Boss vehicles. It is offered on the LT and LTZ trims but comes with the suspension from the more expensive Z71 trim. It is then customized with black bumpers, trim, badges, red bedside decals, and tow hooks. It rides on 20-inch wheels with better off-road capable tires than a standard LT or LTZ.
The rest of the Silverado HD range has seen only minor feature revisions. Parking sensors are now available as an option on the WT, Custom, and LT trims and standard on the ZR2. Adaptive Cruise Control is now standard in the High Country. The Custom trim can be ordered with a Black-Out Package, and the Midnight Edition now has 20-inch wheels.
The new Silverado HD pickup vehicles will be on sale this summer. Pricing has not been revealed yet, but it will be around when production begins.