Cylinder deactivation fuel-economy answer for Silverado.
ELKHART LAKE, WI – Fuel economy isn't the No.1 priority of fullsize-truck buyers, which is one of the reasons Chevrolet doesn't offer a diesel engine in its light-duty Silverado pickup, says Carl Hillenbrand, product manager for Silverado. “Fuel economy is one of the top five reasons for making the buying decision, but the ability to get the work done and haul or tow the load still is the most important,” he tells WardsAuto in an interview at the Midwest ...
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