2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic 1500 Regular Cab 2WD User Reviews
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- $6,698 - $9,778
- V-6 gives great gas mileage & is absolutely reliable, cruises very well
- ride is a little rough over bumps
If you are looking for the best full size truck you can buy, this is it. I've got a 2006 4.3L V-6 with about 33,000 miles on it and it has never given me one bit of trouble. It doesn't even use any oil. All I have ever needed to do was change the oil occasionally and put gas in it. No vibration, no rattles, no air noise, still looks and drives like brand new. Standard a/c and tilt wheel, no worries....read morehide
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- Still a good looking truck even with new designed silverado available.
- Traded an LT with leather seats and the LS seats are not as nice.
Traded my 03 Silverado extended cab LT 4X4 for the LS single cab with the locking rear instead of a 4X4. My LT was the top of the line for 03 and had more accessories than I can recall. Found out after owning the LT that I never used about 60% of the features. Qualified for the GMC 0% financing and bought the 07 classic. I like the look of the new design; however, like the money I am saving by buying the old style. The 07 runs great and the 4.8 is only 10 HP less than the 5.3 in my 03. Truck runs well and is more pratical. Most updated vehicles (like the silverado) have their share of problems that are usually worked out by the 2nd year of production so I feel comfortable with the old body style. The price was great and I am satisified with the truck....read morehide
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- The price and it GM made a great truck in this model at one time.
- GM engineers have managed to de-engineer the 4.3 v-6 truck combo to get 5 mpg less.
Compared to my previous 1993 Chev 1/2 ton work truck it has lost funtionality, and added some babbles that after 7000 miles (mostly highway) I'm already starting to have problems with (passenger seat belt sensor). I've yet to see 20 mph, let alone the 23 mpg that was on the window sticker, and I've always been able to do better then the window sticker mileage on my previous new vehicles. GM has resorted to deception (lies), by using tests in wind tunnels under ideal conditions at 55-60mph. I hear that they have also managed to de-engineer their premium big car the Impala to get worse mileage, but claim more mileage on their window sticker....read morehide
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- Rides very smooth, and doesn't make a lot of nose
- The handles on the windows are kinda flimsy for a work truck
I bought my truck 2 days ago and the look is sharp and beautiful. Businesses buy work trucks for their company and I work at the hoover dam where we have about 12 of them. The Silverado work truck is a good investment and very reasonable too. Thank you Chevy.
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- No trim specified for this review
- looks good
- GM customer care
Bought truck and next day noticed that one side of truck was 1.5 inches higher than the other�took it to dealer and they did nothing they told me that�s just the way the truck is. So I called GM direct and they told me the same thing, that they couldn�t do anything that the truck was �within manufacturers specs�. So I took it further and filed a complaint with the BBB and Dept of Consumer Affairs�and still GM �didn�t� want to help. Well, after all the hearings and arbitrations both Depts ruled in my favor and ordered GM to fix problem (note: none of the GM technicians could find the problem with the truck being uneven) it wasn�t until the BBB sent out an �independent Auto Tech� found the problem�(found that front springs were not even in length). So to all the people thinking about buying this truck or a GM product in general�take it from me, once you drive one of their vehicles off the lot, you�re on your own, they don�t care about you! So, as soon as the truck was fixed I got rid of it and bought a Toyota!...read morehide
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