2007 GMC Sierra Classic 2500HD Regular Cab 2WD User Reviews
Work Truck Long Box shown
- $9,519 - $10,915
- Drive out price was good, $21,383. Towing capacity is good. $4000 Rebate
- MPG is 13.5 while driving for the best MPG.
My buying excperince was pretty typical, not much fun. The truck came with a 4.10 rear gear and I'm realizing I could have easily lived with the optional 3.73. I'll be towing less than the total GVWR for the 3.73, my fault. The sticker price for the truck was 26,400. With the rebates and discounts I paid under 22K drive out total with the trade in. I'm not totally confident I got a good deal considering my trade but I'm happy with the truck so far. I'm haven't had any long trips as of yet and I'm a little worried that the driving comfort won't be what I would like it to be. The front edge of the seat feels a little low. I'm 6"2" and feel that I could use a little more support under my legs as they come off the seat. The engine, transmission and exhaust is quiet. I like to hear the pipes on my Mustang but I appreciate not hearing them on this truck. It is a 2500HD and the ride is what I would expect. The controls are placed fairly well. The cup holders work well but it would nice when the third passager is in the cab that the cup holders were retractable/hideble for more leg room and floor space. I really like the reciever hitch and trailer wiring that came the truck....read morehide
3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.Was this review helpful to you?
Most Viewed New Trucks
MSRP $21,475 - $28,1855 stars
MSRP $17,625 - $26,775
MSRP $33,700 - $44,405
MSRP $35,735 - $53,300
MSRP $44,035 - $46,935
Research A Car
Free Dealer Price Quote
Select A Make And Model
- Up to 3 certified local dealers will contact you with a price.
- Get a hassle-free deal and guaranteed savings off MSRP.
- This service is totally FREE, with no obligation to buy.