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GM Only Automaker to Offer All Trucks with Box Delete Option

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2015 Colorado Box Delete option

2015 Colorado Box Delete option

General Motors now has the distinction of being the only fleet and retail truck provider to offer every vehicle in its lineup with a box delete option. The addition of box delete on the two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive Regular Cab Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 makes every GM-manufactured truck available for full modification for fleet and retail customers.

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“We are in the business of meeting our customers’ needs by providing a range of products and solutions that fit their businesses,” said Ed Peper, U.S. vice president, General Motors Fleet. “Light-duty box delete is a direct response to our customers who have been clamoring for it.”

The box delete option eliminates the truck’s box, rear bumper, and spare tire assembly while adding high-rate rear springs and the Max Trailering Package’s front stabilizer bar. It adds a $575 credit from the MSRP, but the spare tire assembly can be reintegrated into the truck for $335.

“The Silverado and Sierra light-duty box delete models have been designed to take on the work our customers do every day,” said Dan Tigges, commercial product manager, General Motors Fleet. “For customers with lower payload requirements, this new option will reduce upfront costs and provide fuel-economy advantages compared to heavy-duty box delete alternatives.”

The Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon are already available with box delete option, as are the Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD.

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