2007 GMC Sierra 2500HD Classic Overview

Sierra 2500HD Classic

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Trims

SL
7 national listings
Avg. Price: $21,098
SLE1
Avg. Price: $21,225
SLE2
Avg. Price: $25,045
SLT
Avg. Price: $29,527
Work Truck
Avg. Price: $18,380

Average User Score

4.75 stars

Based on 3 reviews

What A Great Truck by Ken
 — This truck has balls.....rides like a car.Very happy with its performance in 4 wheel drive. It has very good pulling power.This truck is very roomy for all the kids.It is a fun truck to dive especiall... Read More
Gmc Slt 2500 Hd Is A Great Truck by 2xtreme
 — I like the ease of use, everything is easy to get at and operate with little effort its all at a hands reach. The Diesel is very quite and no difference really in noise from a gas eng driving.. Great ... Read More
Gmc 2500hd Classic by Scott
 — Great truck. 6spd Allison Trans is the way to go. Read More

2007 GMC Sierra 2500HD Classic Overview

Overall User Score

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2007 GMC Sierra 2500HD Classic

The 2007 GMC Sierra Classic 2500HD goes out in pretty much the same way it arrived.  GMC basically took an older model and slapped the classic tag on it, hoping to get some extra mileage before making way for the new Sierras.  The three-quarter ton pickup truck comes in Regular, Extended, and Crew Cab models.  46 different trims make it almost certain you'll find a truck to your liking.
As for the specs, the Sierra Classic 2500HD uses a 6.0 L, 300 hp V8 engine with 4 speed automatic, 5 speed manual, or 6 speed automatic transmission.  Regular cabs have 2 doors and seat 3 while the Extended and Crew cabs have 4 doors and seat 5-6.  If you need more power, you'll also have the option to upgrade to an 8.1 L, 330 hp or a 6.6 L, 360 hp V8 engine.
Overall, reviewers like the powerful engine and available options.  On the other hand, drivers agree that GMC has a reason for labelling this model a 'Classic.'  The Sierra Classic 2500HD lacks quality materials and some basic safety features.  If you feel the need to pay tribute to an old standby, this model has the power to pull you through some tough road conditions.  For a smoother, more modern ride, stick with the new generation of GMC's.

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