Chevy Silverado Withstands 12.5 Million Miles of Testing

October 31st, 2013 by


Every brand new Chevy Silverado you see in Chevy dealerships everywhere benefits from a lot of behind-the-scenes durability testing performed by the people at Chevrolet. If you purchase a 2014 Chevy Silverado, you can be sure that Chevrolet has done their durability homework. Chevy performs over 12.5 million miles of durability testing for the Silveradoโ€”testing that covers the Silveradoโ€™s ultimate performance in extreme weather and overall performance and capability.

The Silverado has been pushed to its limit before going into production. Many of the tested trucks were loaded to their maximum carrying weight, and others were driven in sub-zero temperatures to ensure customers that this truck can withstand even the craziest conditions.

โ€œIt takes refinement and testing to build the strength that our customers expect and rely on from their trucks,โ€ says Phillip Hubler, vehicle system engineer at Chevrolet. Some of the improvements to the 2014 Chevy Silverado include a high-strength steel frame, new four-wheel-disc brake system, and anti-chip coating on the lower body side to protect from rocks and gravel. Trust us, the 2014 Chevy Silverado is truly unbeatable.

Check out the all-new 2014 Silverado at Carter Chevrolet today!