Chevrolet Silverado HD Offers Multi-Flex Tailgate for 2022

2022 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD | Stillwater, OK

Learn about the 2022 Silverado HD’s multi-flex tailgate

You’ve already got plenty of reasons to consider a 2022 Chevrolet Silverado HD if you’re in the market for a hard-working heavy-duty truck that’s as great on the farm as it is on a weekend adventure outdoors. For 2022, Chevy is giving you six more reasons to consider a Silverado HD, thanks to its Multi-Flex Tailgate.

The Multi-Flex Tailgate joined the Silverado lineup with the 2021 Silverado 1500, and it’s now available across the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado HD lineup. This incredible upgrade turns your truck’s tailgate into a six-function powerhouse that makes work, play, and everything in between a little bit easier.

You get six distinct settings with the new Multi-Flex Tailgate: the classic primary gate, a full-width step, an easy-access mode for loading and unloading the bed, an inner gate work surface, and inner gate and primary gate load stops.

Whether you’re using the Silverado HD and its incredibly versatile Durabed to move bales of hay, farming equipment, or camping gear, you’ll have an easier time taking full advantage of the truck bed, thanks to the Multi-Flex Tailgate.

Be sure to check out this innovative new tailgate option in person when the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado HD arrives at Wilson Chevrolet in Stillwater, Oklahoma, this summer.

Tips for Getting Your Chevy Ready for a Summer Road Trip

Going on an exciting summer road trip? Before you head out, make sure your ride is ready for it so your vacation isn’t spoiled by a nasty repair bill. Follow these tips to get your Chevrolet as prepared to hit the road as it can be.

Check your car’s fluids

Your car has a lot of fluids, and while some are more crucial than others, they all play an important role. If it’s been a while since your last oil change, make sure to get that done before a summer road trip since your engine might overheat. You’ll also want to check the coolant and windshield fluid. If your brakes feel mushy and your steering isn’t responsive, you should schedule a service appointment to check the brake and power steering fluids as well.

Look at your car’s tires

Tires are some of the most important components of any car. They do a lot more than just get you rolling: they affect safety and fuel economy. If you want a nice, smooth ride on your summer road trip and don’t want to stop for gas every two hours, make sure that your tires are in good condition and properly inflated.

Handle general maintenance

Cars are full of interacting and important components that need general maintenance over time. Have a technician take a look at your brake pads, air filters, and any other areas you suspect may be due for a replacement.

For the best summer road trip and all-around car ownership experience, schedule a service appointment at Wilson Chevrolet in Stillwater, Oklahoma, where our factory-trained technicians will ensure your Chevy is ready for whatever you throw at it.