Gross Combined Mass (GCM)

Also known as the Gross Combined Weight (GCW), this represents the maximum weight of both your loaded vehicle and your load trailer combined. Silverado LTZ Premium’s GCM is 7,160kg+.

Kerb Mass

The weight of an empty vehicle – without payload or driver – with standard equipment, fuel, coolant and oil. It is also known as the Vehicle Weight. Silverado’s Kerb Mass 2,544KG+.

Gross vehicle Mass (GVM)

Also Known as the Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM), this is the actual weight of the vehicle and its contents, including fuel and occupants. The Silverado LTZ Premium’s GVM is 3,300kg+.

Maximum Rear Axle Load

The maximum weight or load a vehicle’s rear axle can support. when loading a vehicle and/or trailer, ensure this load limit is not exceeded. Silverado LTZ Premium’s maximum rear axle load is 1,724kg+.

Maximum To Ball Down Load

The maximum weight or load a vehicle’s tow ball can support. When loading vehicle and/or trailer, ensure this weight limit is not exceeded. Silverado LTZ maximum tow ball weight is 422kg+.

Maximum Trailer Weight

This is the maximum weight a vehicle can legally tow. While Silverado LTZ Premium has a high towing capacity, local regulations and the capacity of your tow ball will impact towing limits. In Australia, Silverado LTZ Premium can tow the maximum braked trailer weight of up to 4.5 tonnes+. The maximum unbraked towing capacity is 750kg+.

Maximum Payload

In the world of trucks, this is the maximum weight a vehicle can support in it’s in-vehicle tray and storage capacity. Silverado’s maximum payload is 756kg+.

Gross Combined Mass (GCM)

Also known as the Gross Combined Weight (GCW), this represents the maximum weight of both your loaded vehicle and your load trailer combined. Silverado LT Trail Boss’ GCM is 6,804kg+.

Kerb Mass

The weight of an empty vehicle – without payload or driver – with standard equipment, fuel, coolant and oil. It is also known as the Vehicle Weight. Silverado’s Kerb Mass 2,481KG+.

Gross vehicle Mass (GVM)

Also Known as the Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM), this is the actual weight of the vehicle and its contents, including fuel and occupants. The Silverado LT Trail Boss’ GVM is 3,221kg+.

Maximum Rear Axle Load

The maximum weight or load a vehicle’s rear axle can support. when loading a vehicle and/or trailer, ensure this load limit is not exceeded. Silverado LT Trail Boss’ maximum rear axle load is 1,724kg+.

Maximum To Ball Down Load

The maximum weight or load a vehicle’s tow ball can support. When loading vehicle and/or trailer, ensure this weight limit is not exceeded. Silverado LT Trail Boss’ maximum tow ball weight is 422kg+.

Maximum Trailer Weight

This is the maximum weight a vehicle can legally tow. While Silverado LTZ Premium has a high towing capacity, local regulations and the capacity of your tow ball will impact towing limits. In Australia, Silverado LT Trail Boss can tow the maximum braked trailer weight of up to 4.2 tonnes+. The maximum unbraked towing capacity is 750kg+.

Maximum Payload

In the world of trucks, this is the maximum weight a vehicle can support in it’s in-vehicle tray and storage capacity. Silverado LT Trail Boss’ maximum payload is 740kg+.

Gross Combined Mass (GCM)

Also known as the Gross Combined Weight (GCW), this represents the maximum weight of both your loaded vehicle and your load trailer combined. Silverado HD LTZ Premium’s GCM is 12,474kg+.

Kerb Mass

The weight of an empty vehicle – without payload or driver – with standard equipment, fuel, coolant and oil. It is also known as the Vehicle Weight. Silverado HD LTZ Premium’s Kerb Mass 3,752KG+.

Gross vehicle Mass (GVM)

Also Known as the Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM), this is the actual weight of the vehicle and its contents, including fuel and occupants. The Silverado HD LTZ Premium’s GVM is 4,495kgunder NB1 Category and 5,148kgunder NB2+ Category.

Maximum Rear Axle Load

The maximum weight or load a vehicle’s rear axle can support. when loading a vehicle and/or trailer, ensure this load limit is not exceeded. Silverado HD LTZ Premium’s maximum rear axle load is 2,994kg+.

Maximum To Ball Down Load

The maximum weight or load a vehicle’s tow ball can support. When loading vehicle and/or trailer, ensure this weight limit is not exceeded. Silverado HD LTZ Premium’s maximum tow ball weight is 450kg+.

Maximum Trailer Weight

This is the maximum weight a vehicle can legally tow. While Silverado LTZ Premium has a high towing capacity, local regulations and the capacity of your tow ball will impact towing limits. In Australia, Silverado HD LTZ Premium can tow the maximum braked trailer weight of up to 4.5 tonnes+. The maximum unbraked towing capacity is 750kg+.

Maximum Payload

In the world of trucks, this is the maximum weight a vehicle can support in it’s in-vehicle tray and storage capacity. Silverado HD LTZ Premium’s maximum payload is 743kgunder NB1 Category and 1,396kgunder NB2+ Category.

Disclaimers


+ Figures correct for MY21 (Mid-Model Year Update) Silverado LTZ Premium

+ Maximum braked towing capacity is subject to regulatory requirements and vehicle weight restrictions (which may require occupants and/or luggage to be restricted). Towing above 3.5 tonnes requires available 70mm tow ball.

+ Figures correct for MY21 (Mid-Model Year Update) Silverado LT Trail Boss

+ Figures correct for MY21 Silverado HD LTZ Premium. To achieve max Gross Combined Mass (kg), 3rd party tow bar hardware, braking system & certification is required.

+ Figures correct for MY21 Silverado HD LTZ Premium

+Figures correct for MY21 Silverado HD LTZ Premium under NB1 Category.

2. Figures correct for MY21 Silverado HD LTZ Premium under NB2 Category. Customers are advised to check with their respective State Roads Authority for further licensing information.

+ NB2 requires a truck license. Customers are advised to check with their respective State Roads Authority for further licensing information. Customers requiring NB2 specifications must speak to their GMSV Dealer before making an order for a Silverado HD NB2 unit.

2. Figures correct for MY21 Silverado HD LTZ Premium under NB2 Category.

+ Not available with LT Trail Boss

+ Requires compatiable trailer accessories. Does not monitor spare tyre.

+ Not available with Silverado LT Trail Boss. Some camera views require available Accessory Camera and installation. Not compatible with all trailers.

 

+ Figures correct for MY21 (Mid-Model Year Update) Silverado LTZ Premium

+ Maximum braked towing capacity is subject to regulatory requirements and vehicle weight restrictions (which may require occupants and/or luggage to be restricted). Towing above 3.5 tonnes requires available 70mm tow ball.

+ Figures correct for MY21 (Mid-Model Year Update) Silverado LT Trail Boss

+ Figures correct for MY21 Silverado HD LTZ Premium. To achieve max Gross Combined Mass (kg), 3rd party tow bar hardware, braking system & certification is required.

+ Figures correct for MY21 Silverado HD LTZ Premium

+Figures correct for MY21 Silverado HD LTZ Premium under NB1 Category.

2. Figures correct for MY21 Silverado HD LTZ Premium under NB2 Category. Customers are advised to check with their respective State Roads Authority for further licensing information.

+ NB2 requires a truck license. Customers are advised to check with their respective State Roads Authority for further licensing information. Customers requiring NB2 specifications must speak to their GMSV Dealer before making an order for a Silverado HD NB2 unit.

2. Figures correct for MY21 Silverado HD LTZ Premium under NB2 Category.

+ Not available with LT Trail Boss

+ Requires compatiable trailer accessories. Does not monitor spare tyre.

+ Not available with Silverado LT Trail Boss. Some camera views require available Accessory Camera and installation. Not compatible with all trailers.