WHY THE 2018 YENKO SILVERADO IS THE BEST WASTE OF $100K
Sometimes, the automotive world can really bring out some strange things. While the Yenko brand used to be immensely popular with Chevrolet products back in the late 60s and 70s, when muscle cars were bustling and made a pretty strong presence, it seems like to most people, while the name still lingers around, don’t see it as what it used to be. That’s not a knock on them but rather saying that they have managed to cement their place in history but haven’t really done too much to make a ton of noise as of late, that was, until they poked their nose into the pickup truck market.
In this one, we check out one perspective on the Chevrolet Silverado Yenko edition that manages to crank out 800 hp but also comes with quite the happy price tag. You see, if you were to option this thing out to the fullest extent of the manufacturer’s ability, you could be looking at a price tag that totals in and around the hundred thousand dollar mark with the price of the truck included.
In the scheme of things, that almost fits into the way that the market is skyrocketing for what manufacturers and aftermarket companies can ask for these customized rides but it still seems a little bit flamboyant for a single cab pickup truck, at least if you ask BigKleib34.
If you check out the video below, you’ll get the full details of what exactly it is that has this company is asking nearly 50 grand for what is otherwise a regular cab short bed pickup. If there’s one other redeeming factor here it’s that you have to remember that they’re only going to be making 25 of these in a limited run that might bring big value in the future. It’s definitely a toss-up and could lead you to wonder if a pickup like this will have any sort of popularity with such a price tag.
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