What is the 2019 Chevy Silverado advanced trailering system?
The 2019 Chevy Silverado is seeing a lot of wonderful changes that has a lot of truck people very excited. If you are a truck driver that does a lot of work with trailers, then you need to hear about the new advanced trailering system. What is the 2019 Chevy Silverado advanced trailering system? We can tell you all about it and what features it includes.
What are the features of the advance trailering system?
The advanced trailering system includes three primary features including auto parking brake assist, trailer tire pressure monitoring, and hitch guidance with hitch view. We will cover each of these features in detail below.
Auto parking brake assist
When you have hitch view enabled, this system will automatically apply your parking brake when you put the vehicle in park. This will help avoid your truck settling and messing up your alignment or even rolling into your trailer.
Trailer tire pressure monitoring
Your truck already monitors the tire pressure of its own tires, why not have it monitor the tire pressure of your trailer’s tires too? This optional feature can be accessed right from the Silverado’s infotainment system.
Hitch guidance with hitch view
Your backup camera is now ready to help you hook up to your trailer. It includes a dynamic guideline for the hitch specifically and also adds precision visual cues that can make hooking up to your trailer a relative breeze.
What trim levels include the advanced trailering system?
If you want the advanced trailering system, and we can’t blame you, then you can get it standard on the top High Country trim as well as the LTZ trim standard. The advanced trailering system is also available on the LT, RST, and Trail Boss trim levels. In short, it’s available on nearly every trim level except the base Work Truck and the Custom.
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What is the advanced trailering system app?
That’s right, there’s also an app for all this. With it, you can store different profiles, track fuel economy, mileage, transmission temperature, and more! This even includes trailer theft alert, which can sound the alarm if the trailer gets disconnected when it shouldn’t be. This is the way trailering should be.