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2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 High Country review

2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 High Country interior

The High Country trim package is mostly an interior premium. Inside you are greeted with leather seats, which comes in a tasteful array of colors. The model tested came equipped with Medium Ash Gray, which looks black at first but is actually a rich dark brown that goes very well with its dark green exterior paint.

The rear seats came equipped with a Blu-ray entertainment system to keep passengers occupied and in their seats. Upfront you get duel climate controls, heated and vented seats, an 8 inch touch screen infotainment center, and more storage space than remodeled kitchen. A Bose audio system fills the cabin with whatever sound waves make your head bob.

Seating is comfortable and easy to adjust to your ideal position. At first you feel as if you’re towering over the traffic. Rearview cameras, extendable mirrors, and clear visibility all around keeps you from getting size anxiety in crowded parking lots or close-quarter traffic jams.

It’s the first truck I’ve driven where I felt more comfortable backing into a space rather than forward. The rear view camera allows you to be surgical with your parking maneuvers.

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Written by Jesus R. Garcia

Jesus R. Garcia is an automotive journalist and contributor to Future Motoring. He's a member of the Texas Auto Writers Association.

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