LT3 4x2 Extended Cab 8 ft. box 157.5 in. WB
2007 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Classic

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2007 Silverado 2500HD Classic Overview

Think of the 2007 Chevy Silverado Classic as a completely restored vintage truck.Or perhaps it's more like the discovery of a brand-new vehicle sitting in an old, abandoned warehouse.

Chevy Truck introduced an all-new line of Silverado pickups for 2007 and we love them.They just may be the best pickups on the market today.

At the same time, GM continued to churn out the old version, calling it the Silverado Classic.That's what you're looking at here.The 2007 Silverado Classic is exactly the same truck as the 2006 Silverado, which was essentially the same as the 2005, 2004, and 2003 models.

These previous-generation trucks are sold on the basis of price.The 2007 Silverado Classic models retail for about $2,000 less than the newer generation models.And that's not counting rebates and incentives.

The newer generation Silverado is vastly superior to the outgoing Classic by every measure and it will almost certainly hold its value better.

Still, the Silverado Classic is a solid truck.It certainly beats a used truck.It may be the most truck you can get for the money.And it's an especially good deal if you're buying it for someone else, such as an employee, to drive.

It rides well and handles well.It's quick and it's comfortable.Boxed and hydroformed frame rails give it a strong, rigid platform, like a rock, as its ads used to say.Heated leather seats, XM Satellite Radio and other options make long days spent in a Silverado Classic comfortable.And anyone who values a low load height should compare a two-wheel-drive Silverado Classic to the other full-size pickups; lifting heavy equipment into the back of high-riding trucks is hard on the back.
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2007 Silverado 2500HD Classic Overview

Think of the 2007 Chevy Silverado Classic as a completely restored vintage truck.Or perhaps it's more like the discovery of a brand-new vehicle sitting in an old, abandoned warehouse.

Chevy Truck introduced an all-new line of Silverado pickups for 2007 and we love them.They just may be the best pickups on the market today.

At the same time, GM continued to churn out the old version, calling it the Silverado Classic.That's what you're looking at here.The 2007 Silverado Classic is exactly the same truck as the 2006 Silverado, which was essentially the same as the 2005, 2004, and 2003 models.

These previous-generation trucks are sold on the basis of price.The 2007 Silverado Classic models retail for about $2,000 less than the newer generation models.And that's not counting rebates and incentives.

The newer generation Silverado is vastly superior to the outgoing Classic by every measure and it will almost certainly hold its value better.

Still, the Silverado Classic is a solid truck.It certainly beats a used truck.It may be the most truck you can get for the money.And it's an especially good deal if you're buying it for someone else, such as an employee, to drive.

It rides well and handles well.It's quick and it's comfortable.Boxed and hydroformed frame rails give it a strong, rigid platform, like a rock, as its ads used to say.Heated leather seats, XM Satellite Radio and other options make long days spent in a Silverado Classic comfortable.And anyone who values a low load height should compare a two-wheel-drive Silverado Classic to the other full-size pickups; lifting heavy equipment into the back of high-riding trucks is hard on the back.Hide Full Review