Chevrolet Ditches Manual Locks, Hand Crank Windows From 2022 Silverado Lineup

Chevrolet decided in the 2022 year of our Lord to discontinue offering hand-crank windows and manual locks on the Silverado pickup trucks.

Although the Silverado is considered a standard luxury vehicle, whose primary use is to drive inches behind my hatchback, and then blinding me by its high headlights with too much brightness, it is still available as a basic, basic truck.

The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 WT Regular Cab comes with almost no extras. GM Authority reports that windows and locks could have been purchased before this year’s model year. However, you would need to reach across the cabin in order to open the doors manually from the passenger side. That’s like selling a smartphone with a rotary dial.

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Power locks and windows will replace the throwback door functions. As a standard feature on the whole lineup of 2022 Silverados, push button start is now available.

This could prove to be good news, as the standard-bed Silverado, with its regular cab and two-door configuration, will be available only in WT trim. It is expected that this year’s model year 2022 will be a great one for shorty truck fans. The move saves buyers money since they do not have to buy the WT Convenience package to obtain power windows or locks.

For 2022, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 exterior styling has been refreshed to better appeal to more people. For the LT trim level, and beyond, the interior was also rethought.

There are four options for this engine: the 2.7-liter 4-cylinder engine produces 20 percent more torque in the 2022 model year. (420 lb-ft/569 nm). Silverado also comes with a 5.3-liter, 6.2-liter and 3.0-liter turbodiesels.

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Author: Brandon Park