NAIAS 2015: Chevrolet, GMC Add Paint & Chrome Packages To Silverado, Canyon

Cameron Aubernon
by Cameron Aubernon
naias 2015 chevrolet gmc add paint chrome packages to silverado canyon

Nissan, Ford, Toyota and Ram, even Hyundai, brought a lot to the truck party at this year’s Detroit Auto Show. So, what did General Motors contribute to the buffet?

Paint and chrome packages for the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Canyon.

AutoGuide reports Chevrolet is offering a “Custom Sport” package for the 2016 Silverado LT and LTZ. Said trim consists of body color-matching bumpers and chrome-accented grille/surround. Chrome door handles, mirror caps, side molding and 20-inch wheels complete the package, expected to retail between $1,950 and $2,950.

GMC, meanwhile, introduced the “Nightfall” package for Canyon SLE crew-cab buyers, which throws black paint all over the body. Polished exhaust tips, 18-inch wheels, automatic climate control, and remote start make up the rest of the offering. No price was mentioned at this time.

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  • Crtfour Crtfour on Jan 14, 2015

    I hear you DeadWeight. Honestly, I don't see how GM sells as many vehicles today as it does.

  • Achevroletman Achevroletman on Jan 15, 2015

    The black bowties are factory offered.The double cab replaced the extended cab and increased crash worthiness substantially with the introduction of the pillar and access ease. Rebates have been larger on the double cab most of the year. More Chevy trucks still actively registered since 1981 than Ford even though Ford sold more-hmmmm maybe they last longer. The combination of GM and GMC large SUV's own almost 75% of that segment-that is called domination and there is good reason for it-Chevy is better at building them. Do not hate on DW too much as every thread needs someone to be so obviously biased that they force even GM haters to look again at the product line to confirm their suspicions that hey maybe that hater is delusional. Thanks DW.

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