You have decided to buy a 2016 Chevrolet Silverado, but which trim level is right for your lifestyle? The 2016 Chevrolet Silverado offers four unique trim levels, ranging from the base model Work Truck to the luxurious LTZ. The LS and LT trim levels fall in between the two, offering a variety of safety and performance features to enhance your driving experience. The 4.3-liter EcoTech3 V-6 engine comes standard on the Work Truck, LS and LT trim levels, with upgrades available to the 5.3-liter or 6.2-liter V-8 engines. The Work Truck, LS and LT trims offer a regular cab version with either a standard or long box, while the LTZ is only available in crew cab and double cab configurations.

The 2016 Chevrolet Silverado base model Work Truck offers reliable Chevrolet performance with essential driver comforts and conveniences. This trim level’s entertainment features include an AM/FM stereo with a 4.2-inch diagonal display, a USB port and an auxiliary jack. This model also has air conditioning for your comfort, vinyl upholstery for durability, and cruise control for your traveling convenience. The exterior trim on this package includes a black front bumper and a black corner step rear bumper. The Work Truck starts at $31,120.

The LS package upgrades the interior trim with SiriusXM radio and Bluetooth phone connection. Choosing this trim level gives you access on Onstar Directions & Connections, which is one of Chevrolet’s best safety features. The exterior trim includes chrome front and rear bumpers, deep tinted glass and outside heated power-adjustable mirrors. Remote keyless entry and a remote locking tailgate completes the package. The LS starts at $32,870.

The LT trim level includes Chevrolet MyLink Audio System, which gives you access to additional entertainment features on the vehicle’s 4.2-inch diagonal screen through its USB ports, auxiliary jack and SD card slot. The interior features a cloth upholstered 40/20/40 split front bench seat with storage underneath and a 60/40 rear folding bench seat. The LT starts at $35,825.

The LTZ trim level is for those who want the best of Chevrolet’s performance and entertainment features. The leather-upholstered driver’s and passenger’s seats are heated, and you can upgrade to heated and cooled seats. Other convenient standard features include a rear vision camera, remote vehicle starter system, dual-zone automatic climate air conditioning and driver personalization memory system for the driver’s seat and mirrors. The LTZ package upgrades the Chevrolet MyLink system to an 8- inch diagonal touch screen. The 5.3-liter EcoTech3 engine comes standard on this trim level, or you can upgrade to the 6.2-liter EcoTech3 engine. The LTZ starts at $41,250.

Whether you choose a basic or luxurious trim level, or if your budget puts your choice somewhere in the middle, you can rest assured that the old days of basic vehicle interiors and boring exteriors are gone. The 2016 Chevrolet Silverado offers safety and convenience with a touch of luxury in one convenient package.