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6.6L V8 Gas Engine:
Maximum towing capacity of 14,500 pounds when you choose the 2021 Silverado 2500 HD Regular Cab Long Bed 2WD with 17-inch wheels and available fifth-wheel or gooseneck hitch.
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Browse our new vehicles in Bonham for more information on our engine options. Check out our engine specs below. Standard 6.4L HEMI® V8 Engine: 17,540 pounds maximum towing capacity; 4,010 pounds maximum payload capacity; Best-in-class 410 hp and 429 Ib-ft of torque; Available 6.7L Cummins® Turbo Diesel I6 Engine: 19,680 pounds maximum towing capacity
It might be even higher than that because of the much higher CR on the new 6.6 liter engine, possibly about 520 or 525 lbs feet of torque. OK, for the HP number from 401 bumped up 10.2 percent and ...
We found the new 6.6-liter V8 gas engine to be more than adequate for most uses. With a towing capacity of up to 16,600 pounds most weekend warriors will be able to take their boats to the lake or tow their toy haulers with sand buggies in the back out to the dunes, without paying almost $10k more for a diesel.
It still looks, um, interesting, but that’s okay because this brute can tow 35,500 pounds.
The 464 pounds feet of extra torque for the 6.6 liter gas over the 6.0 liter gas engine is either 104 lbs feet more of 84 lbs feet more., depending on the GVW rating.
Clients can choose between 2 new powertrains. The standard engine is a new 6.6 L V-8 gas with direct shot making 401 hp as well as 464 lb-ft of torque mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. That’s an 11 percent boost in horsepower and also a 22 percent rise in peak torque, specifically, resulting in 18 percent much more lugging capacity.
I posed some of this in another thread but I wanted to put down my experience with my new Silverado with the 6.6 liter engine. I pulled my old TT into the dealer last Friday to trade it in, so I have two different tow experiences with this truck. Conditions: Sunny about 68 between the hours of 6:30 am to 9:10 am.
Ram 6.4L V8. 410 hp @ 5,600 rpm. 429 lb-ft @ 4,000 rpm. 6-speed Auto. We recently tested the Chevy 2500 HD and the Ram 2500 HD on the “Super” Ike Gauntlet, each towing a different trailer. We ...
Re: LOOKING AT A 2021 SILVERADO 2500HD 6.6L GAS. Nov 19 2020, 1:49pm. i82much wrote: imho a gas HD truck is the best value going. Not much different in cost than a 1500 and far, far more capability. My 6.0 2500HD is a big girl and she isn’t easy on gas, but she can handle anything, never breaks, and will probably last forever.
Mine with the 3.73's is rated for 9,900lbs. It pulls my 8,500 lb fifth wheel ok but it definetly works the engine hard (RPMS) I'm sure 4.10's would make it better. But personally I would not want to tow anymore weight than I do now with it. If I towed my trailer more I would get a used diesel or a V-10.