Chevrolet Silverado 2022 and GMC Sierra now cost more again
GM agency order Chevrolet and GMC pickup truck prices under the microscope, looking at the same macro problems none of us can avoid: Rising prices. The 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 and 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 was hit by the third bull run this year. Similar Heavy Duty versions truck was raised for the fourth time this year. Starting with the lightweight active options, they were increased by $900 across the board, broken down into $800 added to MSRP and $100 added to destination fees. Required cost to transport a truck from the factory to seller is now $1,795. That destination fee is now 5% more than the purchase price of the cheapest 2022 Silverado, the Cab Work Regular Truck version with Standard Bed and 2.7-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that retails for $36,395 after arrival.
And that price is $3,200 more than the original list price from last December. At the other end, the Silverado ZR2 is up $3,400. That’s average, and Silverado’s MSRP has grown by almost $700 per month since the original price was launched. On the GMC side, bids start at $37,195 for the regular Cab Pro version with a Standard Bed, up $4,700 from the price announced last October.
Step up one drag rank or two, the Silverado HD is now $1,100 more expensive – $1,000 is included in the MSRP, the destination fee increases by $100 to $1,795. The Silvy 2500 The HD currently starts at $41,295. The Sierra HD rotates the screw a few degrees, adding $2,100 after a $100 increase to the destination. Low bar for Sierra 2500 The HD is $41,995, up $4,100 from the price when it hit dealer lots last summer.
Rub. Does anyone know where the exit to this “new normal” is?