Making room for bigger 35-inch tall tires, the Bison rides on a suspension that is 1.5 inches larger than the usual ZR2, which equates to a class-leading 12.2 inches of complete floor clearance. A focus of the suspension on each the ZR2 and Bison are the superb Multimatic DSSV shock dampers. Nevertheless, for 2024, the Bison provides a set of Multimatic jounce dampers, which forestall the suspension from bottoming out beneath excessive off-road situations — the solely truck in the marketplace so-equipped from the manufacturing facility.
Within the unlikely occasion that the Bison does strike an object, there is a assortment of boron metal skid plates to guard the mechanical elements, and a pair of rock sliders beneath the doorways forestall injury to the rocker panels.
The Bison additionally wears Chevy’s “Flowtie” entrance badge, which is a intelligent adaptation of the model’s conventional bowtie emblem, however with the middle part eliminated to allow higher airflow by the grille to the radiator. As anticipated, there’s appreciable AEV cross-branding current, together with on the seat headrests. A twig-in bedliner for the cargo mattress is customary, as are all-weather ground liners to guard the cabin’s carpet.
Although the truck already comes fairly loaded with options, there are a tiny handful of non-compulsory extras equivalent to a sunroof and extra luxurious cabin upholstery. Pricing for the 2024 Bison hasn’t but been introduced, however the usual ZR2 begins at $48,295 (consists of vacation spot price). Observe that the outgoing second-generation Bison trades at an roughly $4,500 premium over the ZR2, so it is in all probability protected to imagine an identical metric for 2024.