2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Regular Cab 2WD User Reviews
LS Standard Box shown
- $6,074 - $9,369
- No trim specified for this review
- Overall value excelent for price paid.
- Sound system, knocking noise in reverse.
At 10,000 miles the silverado runs like expected for a still-new truck. The ride is what you would expect for a truck, the brakes work well and the suspension is quiet. Since the LS is only one step above the W/T, the amenities are a bit lackluster. I did not get creature comforts such as power locks and windows, a fold-down center consol or air conditioned glove box, but did get cruise control, a/c and a GM CD player. The speakers that accompany the radio are a real bummer. I do listen to the radio loud at times and the speakers are not up to the task. The standard automatic lights are a nice treat and the heat and a/c work well. The engine runs smooth at idle but there is a distinctive knocking noise in reverse. At the dealership, the mechanics took time to review the problem and even went on a drive so I could highlight the problem. GM service is great at my dealership however a bit pricey. No knock with mechanic. The rear locking differental works well and is invaluable in snowy conditions without 4WD. The 4.3L V6 performs well for the
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