Though the Trail Boss sub-brand of Chevy Silverado trucks is wildly popular with off-road enthusiasts, it appears that General Motors has no intention of bringing the designation to other models. After heated speculation about whether or not future iterations of fan-favorite off-roading SUVs like the Tahoe and Suburban would be available with a Trail Boss variant, Chevrolet has officially put the rumors to rest.
The Trail Boss edition of the Chevy Silverado 1500 is jam-packed with features hand-picked for trail-worthiness. The Silverado Trail Boss comes with Rancho shocks, 18-inch all-terrain tires, an automatic locking rear differential, a strong underbody shield, a two-speed Autotrac® transfer case, and a two-inch factory lift to the truck’s suspension for extra ground clearance. The Trail Boss also comes with Hill Descent Control to maintain traction while coming down from steep terrain.
If you’re an off-road adventurer that prefers SUVs to pickups, don’t fret. The all-new 2021 Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe will have an available Z71 trim level that includes many of the features seen on the Trail Boss Silverado. The Z71 edition Suburban and Tahoe will have 20-inch all-terrain wheels, a unique front fascia that allows for an easier angle of approach, red tow hooks, and the optional Magnetic Ride Control and Air Ride Adaptive Suspension technologies.
If you want to own the only vehicle tough enough to be called a Trail Boss, visit Titus-Will Chevy today to explore our Silverado 1500 inventory.