2007 GMC Truck Sierra 1500 Crew Cab 2WD

Up to 16 MPG city / 20 MPG hwy
$26,100 - $34,640

2007 GMC Truck Sierra 1500 Crew Cab 2WD

2007 GMC Truck Sierra 1500 Crew Cab 2WD

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The 2007 Sierra 1500 Crew Cab 2WD is a 4-door, up to 6-passenger full size pickup, available in 5 trims, ranging from the Work Truck Short Box to the SLT Short Box.

Upon introduction, the Work Truck Short Box is equipped with a standard 4.8-liter, V8, 295-horsepower engine that achieves 16-mpg in the city and 20-mpg on the highway. The SLT Short Box is equipped with a standard 5.3-liter, V8, 315-horsepower engine that achieves 16-mpg in the city and 22-mpg on the highway. A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard on both trims.

The 2007 Sierra 1500 Crew Cab 2WD is redesigned for 2007.
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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
Controls on the steering wheel. ease of 4wd transfer Miles per gallon: different from sticker
Engine choices - several options to choose from. Black plastic grille takes away elegant appearance
Styling - sharp looking vehicle with good color choices Drivers seat belt bracket is to close to center console
Rides like a car not a full size pick up Factory stamped steel rims are hideous
Steering wheel controls - radio - phone - cruise control Poor lumbar support on driver's seat
Six speed transmission with tow mode - i tow a boat & like this feature I still like the old style emergency brake release vs. foot release.
Handling is very important; truck has to be reliable in ice & snow. Controls not very visible hard to locate
Smooth shifting is important to me as well as acceleration when passing other cars. Rear seat room & rear doors
Could not ask for better handling Wheels / tires should be bigger
Exterior styling - received a number of comments on look of truck The shifting at low speeds is a little choppy.