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post #1 of 18 Old 11-18-2013, 10:45 AM Thread Starter
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Key Features of the Truck Bed for the 2014 Silverado (video)

This short little video shows you all the key features of the truck bed of the 2014 Silverado. Chevy is putting an emphasis on certain features, like the tie-down hooks, LED box lights, EZ Lift & Lower Tailgate, cornerstep rear bumper and hand grip pockets. In such a competitive segment, every last little feature or marketing video can make the difference. This little marketing video proves just that.

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I like the corner step. Nice touch. And finally they put LEDs in the back hehe.. Not that I'm not going to make them even brighter



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On the auto forums I read so many people are obsessed with making lights brighter. I don't really get it. I'm afraid of blinding people who I share the road with. I'm glad they put LEDs in the Silverado Cheyenne's truck bed though.
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I dont know how many of Silverados box features would actually make it to a production Cheyenne. Not for anything but street trucks are not designed for work, but for play plus weight savings you know
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On the auto forums I read so many people are obsessed with making lights brighter. I don't really get it. I'm afraid of blinding people who I share the road with. I'm glad they put LEDs in the Silverado Cheyenne's truck bed though.
most LED's are bright enough, they won't blind people. When it comes to projector headlights and other lights you can aim you'll want to aim them correctly so it does what it's suppose to do and not blind people.



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On the auto forums I read so many people are obsessed with making lights brighter. I don't really get it. I'm afraid of blinding people who I share the road with. I'm glad they put LEDs in the Silverado Cheyenne's truck bed though.
because noone wants to be left in the dark



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because noone wants to be left in the dark
especially on those dark county roads which hardly ever have any real lighting, being out their with no light will make you feel really uneasy.



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Well it is nice to have the extra lighting when you are driving on the back roads in farm country. There is never any lights on those roads. I think that the in the bed lighting is especially helpful though. There is never enough light back there.

Will anybody be putting LEDs in for the headlights?
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what are bed lights going to do for me while I'm driving forward, not to mention they are bed lights, meaning they light up.... the bed.....
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It's not for when you are driving, obviously. It is for when you are loading or unloading the truck bed at night. Was that not clear?
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