How fast is a z71 Silverado?

How fast is a z71 Silverado?

114 miles per hour
The Chevrolet Silverado has a top speed of 114 miles per hour, an impressive speed for a truck.

How fast can a 2014 Chevy Silverado go?

125 mph
Top Speed: 125 mph (Est.)

What is the fastest production pickup truck?

RAM 1500 TRX
With a specs list that has it all, the all-new RAM 1500 TRX is the fastest stock truck you can find. That’s not surprising considering its Supercharged 6.2l V8, producing an incredible 702 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque.

How fast is a 5.3 L V8?

GM 5.3L Liter V8 Vortec LMF Engine

Type: 5.3L Gen IV V8 Small Block
Maximum Engine Speed: 6000 RPM
Emissions controls
Catalytic converter
Three-way catalyst

How fast does a Chevy Silverado go through the quarter mile?

Hammer down, the V-8 motivates the 5605-pound Silverado crew cab to 60 mph in 6.7 seconds and through the quarter-mile in 15.3 seconds at 92 mph. We dig the noises the V-8 makes under hard acceleration and the lack of any noise at all when just half its pots are boiling with the cylinder-deactivation feature.

How much does a Chevy Silverado LTZ cost?

(Standard LTZ goodies include a backup camera, projector-beam headlights, a color gauge-cluster display, an eight-inch MyLink touch screen, leather seats, and a trailering package.) The total came to $50,910, but more-expensive Silverados exist, thanks to the range-topping High Country trim level.

Is the Chevy Silverado a half-baked evolution?

Sound-smothering triple-sealed doors (now inset into the cab body), a solid-feeling chassis, and a remarkably compliant ride also make it difficult to write off the Silverado as a half-baked evolution. The 5.3-liter V-8’s full 355 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque are delivered close to redline, meaning it needs to be worked to hustle.

What is the on-road behavior of the Chevy Silverado?

The Silverado’s on-road behavior is almost carlike, but given that the crew cab stretches nearly 20 feet nose to stern, comparisons to a big crossover are probably more apt. The steering wheel, although offset slightly to the driver’s right, is well weighted, loading up predictably in relation to cornering forces.