Used 2007 GMC Sierra (Classic) 1500 Regular Cab Pickup
GMC Sierra (Classic) 1500 Regular Cab Pickup
2007 GMC Sierra (Classic) 1500 Regular Cab Pricing
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2007 GMC Sierra (Classic) 1500 Regular Cab KBB Expert Review
You can thank the Coca-Cola Company for attaching the term "classic" to a product that should actually be termed "old." The latest company to grab hold of this scheme is GMC. With the arrival of the all-new Sierra, the previous model forgoes mothballing to become the 2007 GMC Sierra Classic. A capable pickup truck by all measures, the Sierra Classic continues to offer a full range, including 1500, 2500 and 3500 models in Regular Cab, Extended Cab and Crew Cab configurations. Despite the Sierra Classic's age, it can still pull, haul and luxuriate with the best new rivals from Dodge, Ford and Toyota.
You'll Like This Car If...
If you need a serious work truck, one that can haul loads of dirt or tow a horse trailer, there is a Sierra Classic with your name on it. The Sierra Classic's interior can be made quite plush, especially with the Denali trim level.
You May Not Like This Car If...
If you are not used to piloting a large pickup, the Sierra Classic may be a bit too much truck for you. The Sierra Classic also lacks such newer conveniences as GPS navigation and side-curtain airbags.
What's New for 2007
Entering its final model year, the Sierra Classic receives standard recovery hooks on 1500HD, 2500HD and 3500 trim levels.
On the open road, you'll find the Sierra's steering is light, with modest feedback to the driver. On the other hand, the brakes get excellent marks for their rock-solid pedal feel. It should be noted that different wheel and tire packages will affect the way the Sierra feels on the road, so you may want to test-drive something that will reflect your final choice. Choose the available 5.3-liter V8, with 295 horsepower and a stump-pulling 335 pound-feet of torque, and you'll find that even a fully-loaded Sierra with a trailer attached can accelerate and pass without much hesitation. When not burdened with a heavy load, the Sierra's performance is practically muscle-car quick, especially when accelerating from a standing stop. The four-speed automatic transmission delivers crisp, precise shifts, and features a tow/haul mode that limits gear hunting when towing or driving in mountainous or hilly terrain.
An electric motor mounted between the engine and transmission helps get the Sierra Hybrid trim rolling, saving gas as well as wear on the engine.
The luxury-oriented Denali Crew Cab is a step above the SLT trim level.
The Sierra Classic's interior is nice, but starting to show its age. There is a lot of dark plastic on the dash face, and the plastics and other materials used on the dash and door have a generic look. Denali models get a bit more color and contrast with their trim and interior fabrics. The Sierra Classic's seats are soft but comfortable, especially when covered in leather. Those who regularly carry two or more people will want to get the Crew Cab for its roomy rear seat; the Extended Cab is best used for short trips or to provide a secured storage area.
GMC has tried to distance its trucks from their Chevy counterparts with a bold grille design, different wheels and the upscale Denali trim option. The Sierra Classic maintains that tradition with a boxy middle section tempered by rounded edges and the familiar GMC logo proudly centered in the grille. Though older than the F150 and Dodge Ram designs, the Sierra Classic still strikes a powerful stance, especially when outfitted with the Denali trim package.
Notable Standard Equipment
Base SL models have cruise control, CD player, air conditioning, tilt wheel and chrome-styled steel wheels. SLT and Denali models get a four-speed automatic, electronically controlled transmission with overdrive and tow/haul mode and a 4.8-liter V8 or 5.3-liter V8. Other models can be equipped with engine choices that include the 6.0-liter V8 and the 5.3-liter hybrid.
Notable Optional Equipment
Options for the Sierra are too numerous to list. Beyond the various bed lengths, wheelbases and cab configurations, you can opt for the StabiliTrak stability management program, a number of off-road and towing packages and the OnStar telematics system. SLT and SLE Extended Cab two-wheel-drive models can be outfitted with a new Performance Edition package that matches a 6.0-liter high-output Vortec V8 with 20-inch chrome wheels, high-performance suspension, 3.73 rear axle, automatic locking differential and traction control.
Under the Hood
The Sierra line up offers a wide variety of engines, allowing the consumer to choose between fuel economy and power, or a combination of both.
195 horsepower @ 4600 rpm
260 lb.-ft. of torque @ 2800 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 16/21 (2WD automatic), 16/23 (2WD manual), 15/18 (4WD automatic), 15/20 (4WD manual)
285 horsepower @ 5600 rpm
295 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 16/21 (2WD automatic), 16/21 (2WD manual), 15/19 (4WD automatic), 15/19 (4WD manual)
295 horsepower @ 5200 rpm
335 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 18/21 (Hybrid 2WD), 17/19 (Hybrid 4WD), 12/16 (E85 2WD), 11/14 (E85 4WD), 16/21 (Gasoline 2WD), 15/19 (Gasoline 4WD)
5.3-liter V8 (L33)
310 horsepower @ 5200 rpm
335 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 16/21 (2WD), 15/19 (4WD)
300 horsepower @ 4400 rpm
360 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 14/19 (2WD), 14/17 (4WD)
6.0-liter V8 (VortecMAX)
345 horsepower @ 5200 rpm
380 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 12/16
The Sierra Classic's Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) ranges from $16,740 for the most basic V6 Regular Cab Work Truck to more than $45,000 for a fully-loaded four-wheel-drive Denali Crew Cab. A look at the Fair Purchase Price will show you the typical transaction price being paid in your area - a helpful tool when negotiating. As for resale, the 2007 Sierra Classic 1500 series is expected to trail slightly behind the values held by the Ford F150, Nissan Titan and Dodge Ram and well behind those of the Toyota Tundra.
GMC Sierra (Classic) 1500 Regular Cab Consumer Reviews
February 02, 2019
A great, solid truck. The 4.8 liter is a very dependable motor, at 177k no issues and did not burn any oil. Only issue I had to...
December 29, 2018
everything is good in the car everything is up to
December 27, 2018
Hey what can I say. It just keeps going.
November 08, 2018
Love this truck
Spacious, with all the bells and whistles. Love this truck!
November 05, 2018
Wish I had bought a Duramax Turbo a long time ago
I absolutely admire the toughness of this truck. There is nothing it cant pull nor climb. I am very grateful to be behind the wheel of a...
April 14, 2018
Love this truck was a Ford man till I got ahold of this I love it been a grat truck
February 14, 2018
Only one complant about this truck
I bought this truck brand new in 2002, I did not want electric 4 wheel shift so I could not get all the features I wanted like power...
July 23, 2017
Best truck I ever owned -
We loved this truck - it was comfortable, luxurious, pulled our 5th wheel up and over mountain passes with no problem. We would have...
April 13, 2017
Only used to pull 38 ft 5th wheel/Durmax w/allison
Great truck with all the options. Power heated seats, power pedals, power windows, on-star, full HD radio and stereo with Bose speakers,...
December 16, 2016
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