2. 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
2013 chevy silverado ltz

Since GM's pickup sales are split between nearly-identical Chevrolet and GMC models, the Silverado has never achieved the prominence of the F-series. High-end versions have also suffered because GM was late to the up-model game and failed to establish a personality for the LTZ. Voted truck of the year when it was introduced back in 2007, today's Silverado is ancient by competitive standards, but thanks to discounts, it still ranks as the U.S.'s second most popular truck. Nearly 40,000 were sold in April.


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