About GMC Sierra 1500 Classic
The Sierra 1500 Classic is a full-size truck. It was renamed "Classic" to distinguish it from the new Sierra. Although the current generation of GMC's full-size pickup is nearing the end of its life cycle, that doesn't mean the Sierra is completely obsolete. The hybrid-electric model debuted in 2005. And in 2007, the GMC Sierra 1500 Classic continued to offer much of what full-size pickup buyers need.
The GMC Sierra 1500 Classic is a full-size, half-ton truck. It is the only Classic to feature the luxury Denali trim. There is room for three passengers in the regular cab. Extended cab models can accommodate up to six passengers. Optional engine parts for the 1500 Classic include the 195 hp V6, 285 hp V8 and 295 hp V8. The last one can run on E85 fuel, and the 5.3-liter V8 in the aluminum version has 310 hp. The Denali luxury version has a more powerful 6.0-liter V8 with 345 hp. You can choose between parts like a five-speed manual transmission and a four-speed automatic.
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Key features of the GMC Sierra 1500 Classic include the Vortec V8 engines, renowned for their high performance and relatively low fuel consumption, the OnStar communication system, which allows wayfinding, booking tickets or requesting medical assistance in case of need, and a range of cabin features. All models are available in two- or four-wheel drive, with all-wheel drive on the Denali. A hybrid powertrain is available for the SLE model with the extended cab. Its primary purpose is to save gasoline by automatically turning off the engine when the vehicle comes to a halt and starting it back up when needed. It can also provide electric power efficiency through four 120-volt outlets. All these GMC Sierra 1500 Classic parts improve the performance of the car.
The 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 Classic offers a wide range of body styles and trim levels. The Sierra is available in three cab options and three load lengths. In addition, there are five trim levels: Basic Work Truck, Basic SL, and Medium SLE. The SL model has some optional parts, such as 40/20/40 split front seats, cruise control and a CD player, as well as chrome trim and a rear bumper. The SLE1 is available with parts such as power windows and lock parts, remote keyless entry and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. Regardless of which version you choose, the GMC Sierra 1500 Classic is comfortable enough for everyday use and powerful enough for a work truck. Depending on the motor parts you choose, acceleration ranges from adequate to strong, and the automatic transmission shifts effortlessly. The steering is light and precise enough to maneuver easily at low speeds.