2007 GMC Sierra 1500 Regular Cab 4WD User Reviews
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- $10,826 - $15,111
- Excellent for Towing, Plenty of Power. Ride and Handling Excellent
- The door seals could fit tighter, lets in wind noise. Adjuster door strikers, still not tight enough
I bought the Fire Red, Regular Cab 4X4, Sept. 1, 2007. I get a lot of nice compliments on this truck.
GM hasn't learned their lesson on under inflated tires for some reason. Door label for tires is 35 LBS. Pump them up to 44 LBS as stated on the Tire, for a Quieter, Smoother ride. They will last longer too. I couldn't keep my hand on the top of the tires after driving, because they were running so HOT. I could smell they burning up too. After adding air to tires you'll notice improved ride and handling, and fuel mileage.
With the peace of mind of On-Star just a push button away, and XM Radio to keep you entertained, before you know it, you have arrived, And, In Style....read morehide
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- every thing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I got this truck 3 Months ago very unhappy. Paint job very poor, the door locks rattle, wiper squeaks ,the ride is very rough. Brake peddle is to far from the gas peddle for heal and toeing. also to turn on the bed light you have to turn on the inter light what genies engineer came up with this. Dealer will do nothing. no wander GM Is in trouble I have had a 1978 -1997-2002 gm trucks all were good this one stinks. This will be my last gm Truck......read morehide
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- This is a ok truck
- Not a good ride stiff and handleing is rough kinda ugly truck
the comfort is not good i had trouble with the power seats and they still did not fix them right the plastic mold around the doors is peeling off cheap plastic dash already got a crack in it. the fit and finsh of the doors are not perfect. It a ok truck not great but not bad
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