While the Chevrolet Silverado as a full-size, heavy-duty pickup has been around since 1998, the name Silverado extends back as a trim level to 1975. The Silverado’s predecessor featured that trim level. Available in two-door regular cab, three-door extended cab, four-door extended cab, four-door crew cab and dually editions, later-model Silverados are mechanically the same as the GMC Sierra. The 2014 production year marked the Silverado’s third generation, and the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado features greater acceleration and fuel economy. Since 1998, the Chevy Silverado has seen at least 316,000 units sold in the United States, with a high of more than 716,000 in 2001. At least 111,000 GMC Sierras have been sold annually during the same timeframe. From 2011 to 2014 alone, more than 1.7 million Silverados left dealerships, ensuring that thousands of salvage cars for sale in car auctions are available for bidders who them. Additionally, another Silverado rebadged edition recently hit the Mexican market, the Chevrolet Cheyenne, giving bidders another option. With five different engines in the 2014 model alone, the Silverado provides multiple opportunities for you to acquire a quality vehicle at a price you can afford. ABetter.bid presents an efficient platform for any bidder to locate mint and near-mint Silverados or salvage models that will prove beneficial. Additionally, you can find other Chevrolet models, including the Suburban, Equinox, Aveo and Cruze.