It’s scheduled to arrive in Australian showrooms by the middle of the year and will cost from AUD$106,990, or around $81,420 in our money. It should be a popular offering too since it undercuts the Silverado 1500 LTZ (AUD$113,990/$86,750) as well as Ram’s 1500 DT Series, which starts at AUD$114,950/$87,480. Despite this, Chevrolet in Australia will still offer the LTZ alongside the Trail Boss. The latter will feature a suspension lift kit that raises the truck by about an inch in front and a little over an inch at the rear, while monotube shocks are claimed to offer better damping both on- and off-road. As you’d expect, a mechanical rear locking differential is fitted too, as well as hill descent control, a heavy-duty air filter, and skidplates. Rounding out the exterior changes are 18-inch alloy wheels.