Chevrolet announced that pricing for its new medium-duty trucks will start at $40,900 for a gasoline-powered variant, according to GM Authority.
According to the report, last year, General Motors announced a renewed partnership with Isuzu to supply trucks while Chevy would supply the badges and powertrains.
The trucks will begin arriving at dealerships in the third quarter of 2016, and Chevrolet states additional information will be available closer to this time.
“We know how important the total vehicle cost of ownership is to fleet customers to be successful in their work, and we believe these prices reflect some of the most competitive in the market when it comes to medium-duty trucks,” said Ed Peper, U.S. vice president, General Motors Fleet. “The range of prices gives fleet owners an option that best fits their needs.”
The new trucks will provide fleets plenty of flexibility in what is desired, starting with regular cab, and crew cab styles. From there, either a 6.0L V8 gas engine, a 3.0L turbo-diesel engine, or a 5.2L turbo-diesel engine will power the truck. Each engine is mated to a six-speed automatic gearbox.
The seven new models – Chevrolet 3500, 3500HD, 4500, 4500HD, 4500XD, 5500HD and 5500XD – will be distributed through select Chevrolet dealers who are intensely focused on the commercial business.
The full story from GM Authority is here.