As manufacturers continue to release new vehicles each year, it can be difficult to keep track of updated features and performance ratings. However, the 2016 Chevy Silverado gives potential buyers plenty of reasons to invest.

Whether you are looking for memorable upgrades and competitive pricing or long-term quality and convenient features, here are six reasons the 2016 Silverado should be your next truck purchase.

No Need for a Tow Truck

Have you ever been forced to call a tow truck and wait on the side of the road until it arrives? With Chevy’s new Silverado, you can lend a helping hand rather than relying on local roadside services. As a matter of fact, this full size pickup can handle more than 7,600 pounds with just a standard V6 engine. For more towing power, the 2016 Chevy Silverado also comes with a 6.2L engine, which can be combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission to haul up to 12,000 pounds. Even if you don’t plan to open a towing company anytime soon, you can still help friends and family members get their car to safety if necessary.

Horsepower and Efficiency

The standard engine for the 2016 Silverado is a 4.3L V6 model that puts out a significant amount of horsepower, but the LTZ package easily doubles this figure with the 6.2L V8. This means approximately 420 units of horsepower, but critics still report that the 2016 Chevy Silverado demonstrates fuel efficiency on the highway despite the force behind the engine. For truck owners, this means more speed and power without burning so much gasoline, a financial factor that often prevents people from purchasing a larger vehicle. Fortunately, Chevy now offers the best of both worlds so you can refill your tank less frequently on the road.

Exclusive Off-Road Features

Do you frequently use your truck for off-road adventures with your friends? Or perhaps you work with heavy equipment on rough terrain? This year’s variation of the High Country trim makes a few bumps in the road look like an obstacle course that was designed for the 2016 Chevy Silverado. To provide you with an extra level of control, this truck includes high performance shock absorbers, underbody shielding and special hill descent controls. With these features, you can conquer uneven terrain with little discomfort. If you live in a less populated area, floods and mud slicks are also common and an off-road vehicle could become a great asset.

Three Convenient Cab Designs

According to reviews, the three cab designs of the new Silverado offer a versatile space for work and play. Many people maintain that the standard sized cabin is sufficient, but the extended cabin of the 2016 Chevy Silverado offers more storage with a bed that is over eight feet long. If you do not need this much space, you can select a smaller crew cab model with a 5.7 foot bed. This is generally sufficient for light equipment, such as hunting gear, fishing poles or tools. For heavy duty jobs like hauling lumber or winter plowing, a larger bed helps to spread out the weight of the load.

Upscale Interior Accents

One of the most common myths circulating about pickup trucks is that they don’t feature upscale accents and materials. With the 2016 Chevy Silverado, you will find that the interior is a stunning example of comfort and long-lasting convenience. The cab is packed with storage bins, cup holders and other discreet slots that are tucked seamlessly into the interior space of the vehicle. The upholstery, on the other hand, is padded with thick cushions, and you can choose between bench seats or bucket seats in the front. Optional safety features that are also available for the interior include a rearview camera, a touchscreen display and a driver alert system.

In the end, it doesn’t take much to become a fan of the 2016 Chevy Silverado, a truck that has transformed the general opinion of consumers with style and power. If you are tired of owning a vehicle that doesn’t match your lifestyle, start venturing off the beaten bath with this dependable yet attractive truck. Once you get behind the wheel of the commanding new Silverado, you’ll never want to go back to the unimposing look of a tradition four-door sedan.