2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab 4WD User Reviews
- $12,147 - $14,759
- No trim specified for this review
- Comfort, Inside Detailing, XM Satellite Radio, Price
- MPG, Semi-Rough Riding
I have had my new Silverado for a little over three weeks now. Overall, I like it very, very much. The price was fantastic given what I got for the money. The truck looks and rides great (mostly). It is a bit bouncy on rough pavement though. I have been averaging about 14.5 MPG around town. I haven't taken it out on the highway, yet, to get an MPG comparison in that regard. Some minor fit and finish issues: 1) The driver side door is slightly out of align with respect to the door behind it (maybe an eighth-inch or so). 2) The front of the bed with respect to the back of the cab is not completely centered (off by about a quarter-inch from driver side versus passenger side). I really didn't want the satellite radio when I got it, but most of the new trucks at the dealership have it. I drove the truck and listened to the XM radio for an hour or so the day I drove it off the lot, and now I can say that I will definitely be subscribing to it once my three-month trial expires. I have the 5.3L 295hp V8 engine, and I have found that the truck is quite peppy when I want it to be. Also, the quietness of the interior when cruising down the road is very impressive. I wouldn't hesitate for a second to buy another one; especially at the GMS pricing, which is still taking place for another week or so. Again, a very nice truck overall for the money spent.
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