The LT Trail Boss was the range opener, starting from $106,990 before on-road costs.
That means the new entry model is the LTZ Premium, which has copped a price hike as part of the update. It was $113,990, but the model year 2023 Silverado LTZ Premium will be priced from $121,000.
Opting for the rugged top-spec ZR2 ups the price to $124,000.
This pricing puts it in direct competition with the RAM 1500 Laramie which starts from $123,900.
GMSV says the off-road-focused ZR2 gains model-specific features including 33-inch mud-terrain tyres, a unique bumper designed for “off-road strength, durability and clearance”, rear e-lockers and Multimatic DSSV dampers.
It is differentiated from the LTZ Premium by its black chrome grille, ZR2 badging and wheel flares, raised black bonnet insert and 18-inch gloss black wheels, as well as the dark leather-appointed interior that is specific to the ZR2.
LTZ Premium gains tweaked front-end styling with new daytime running lights, and a fresh 20-inch silver wheel design.
The 2023 Silverado gains a redesigned interior that includes a 13.4-inch colour touchscreen and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.
Other standard gear in the LTZ Premium includes black leather-appointed interior, a 15-inch head-up display, a camera that gives you a view of the bed, adaptive cruise control and a Technology Pack with a rear camera mirror.
Pre-orders are open now ahead of next year’s delivery but 2022 Silverados are still available for order.
GMSV has sold 565 Silverado 1500s so far this year, a 3.7 per cent dip on the same period in 2021. Meanwhile RAM has found 1680 homes for its 1500, which is 28.6 per cent ahead of January-May last year.
2023 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 pricing before on-road costs