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2007 GMC Sierra, review with picture


Like big trucks? Then I’m sure you’ll be glad to hear about the 2007 GMC Sierra, which has been fully redesigned for the new year. This luxury truck is full of comfort, but at the same time doesn’t compromise the qualities necessary in its kind when its out on the road or when it comes to towing. You should keep in mind, though, that at the moment the truck’s production is kind of slow, so in many areas what is called the Sierra Classic will be being sold. This is the older version without the changes for 2007, so try not to confuse them with the new GMC Sierra.

The Sierra comes in several configurations with different engine ranges, starting with the Denali, which is only offered as a crew cab with a 400 horsepower 6.2 liter V8 engine. It has six speed automatic transmission as well as all-wheel drive. With a tire pressure monitoring device, AM/FM stereo, , chrome bumpers, smooth ride suspension, and a one year subscription to OnStar, this is your basic work truck.

Then there’s the SLE, with the addition of cloth seats, a CD player, cruise control, a rear window defogger, a compass, fog lamps, and handling/trailering suspension. The SLE2 goes a littlfarther, adding a floor console and machined aluminum wheels.

The SLT brings in the features with a six-disc CD changer and leather trim on the seats, as well as bucket seats and polished aluminum wheels. Options for all the models include such things as XM Satellite Radio, Stabilitrak, a power sunroof, and head curtain airbags. Even without adding the optional airbags, though, the standard safety features are enough to put most people at ease. They include dual front airbags and anti-lock brakes, along with rollover prevention technology.


Fashun Guadarrama.

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