The Silverado Trail Boss constitutes 20 percent of the entire Silverado 1500 sales throughout the United States. Furthermore, two notable trims captured the hearts of buyers, especially the “young and wild.”
Specifically, we are talking about the Trail Boss Custom and Trail Boss LT. An assistant manager of product and brand communications for Chevy trucks confirmed that these products are the “top two conquest trims” for the Silverado 1500. These trim levels came into the market for the 2019 model year of the Silverado 1500; Chevrolet touted them as trims for off-road expeditions.
Both of the trims offer the inclusions of the Z71 package: off-road suspension, Rancho twin-tube shock absorbers, skid plates, hill descent control, all-weather floor liners, and heavy-duty air filters.
Furthermore, the Silverado Trail Boss trims include durable 18-inch wheels enclosed by Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires. It also comes with a two-inch suspension lift and a two-speed transfer case from Autotrac.
With all of these components, it is pretty evident that the Trail Boss design is to conquer the off-road. However, keep in mind that the Trail Boss is not the king of the deserts. If you want such a truck, you have to get the 2021 Ford F-150 equipped with its Tremor package.
Also, it seems that GM has no apparent plans to introduce the Trail Boss trims to Silverado HD. But of course, it is not the final straw for this matter, as the trim models have a high demand.
In 2020 Silverado sold a total of 310,593 Silverados. Since 20 percent of this number are Silverado Trail Boss trucks, we can say that the latter accounts for at least 62,119 overall sales.