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Depth and breadth of lineup:

2500HD (three-quarter-ton) and 3500HD (one-ton) models – including “Dually” dual rear wheel configuration – with 2WD and 4WD
Three cab styles: regular, extended and crew cab
Three box configurations: standard (6-foot 6-inches) and long (8-foot); and Dually long (8-foot)
Choice of gas and diesel engines with fuel-saving six-speed automatic transmissions on all models
Retuned Z85 smooth ride suspension and new Z71 Off Road package – first time for Z71 on heavy-duty models
Distinct trim offerings, including two different interiors
Segment-best gross combined weight rating of 18,500 pounds (8,392 kg) with 6.0L gas V-8
Segment-best conventional trailer maximum weight rating of 13,000 pounds (5,897 kg)
Production begins first quarter of 2007
Strong exterior designs:

Bold, strong exterior designs differentiated from light-duty models
Brand-differentiated designs with unique front-end appearances including unique hoods, front fenders, grilles and headlamps, and differentiated taillamps and pickup box designs
Refined appearance with tighter tolerances and reduced body gaps including 50-percent tighter gap between cab and box
Sleeker, more aerodynamic 57-degree windshield angle
New 170-degree-opening rear access doors on extended cab models
Range of 16-inch and all-new 17-inch wheels and tires
Spacious and functional interiors:

Two all-new, distinct and spacious interior designs with superior craftsmanship
“Pure pickup” interior with unique instrument panel, seats, door panels, consoles, double glove boxes, trim and features on Silverado WT, LT and Sierra WT, SLE models
Luxury-inspired interior with unique instrument panel, seats, console, glove box, door panels, trim and features on Silverado LTZ and Sierra SLT models
Use of premium materials with lower gloss levels
Flush fits and close-outs that conceal seat hardware
Instrument panels positioned down and forward for increased visibility and spaciousness
Increased storage capacity in center consoles and glove boxes
Innovative underseat storage on pure pickup interior
Quiet interior achieved with extensive use of noise-reducing materials, spray-on damping, foam and seals
Exceptional driving experience:

Standard Gen IV 6.0L V-8 gas engine with variable valve timing and class-leading power and torque (353 hp / 373 lb.-ft.)
Optional Duramax 6.6L turbo-diesel engine with dramatic reduction in emissions and class-leading power and torque (365 hp / 660 lb.-ft.)
Fuel-saving, technically advanced six-speed automatic transmissions, including new Hydra-Matic 6L90 with gas engine
Strong ladder frame with hydroformed front section
New steering gear improves returnability and enhances on-center feel
Robust four-wheel disc brake system with standard ABS
New integrated trailer brake controller
Comprehensive safety and security:

Enhanced body structure with strategic placement high-strength steel and structural adhesives for crash protection
360-degree perimeter of safety protection, including industry-exclusive rear impact sensors
Front safety belt pretensioners that are triggered in front and rear impacts – an industry exclusive
Dual-stage frontal air bags
Tire pressure monitoring system
Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist
Standard OnStar
Unique features and options:

170-degree-opening rear access doors on extended cab models with fully retractable rear power windows
EZ Lift tailgate with torque-rod assistance and lock
Power sliding rear window (extended and crew cabs)
Theater-style folding rear seats for ease of loading cargo
Innovative cargo management system with comprehensive array of accessories
Remote vehicle starting system
Enhanced DVD entertainment system with larger screen
New CD/MP3 radio family
Touch-screen navigation system
Heated windshield washer fluid
OnStar 7.0 with Turn-by-Turn Navigation capability

Sounds great, but looks ugly as sin.


I was saving that bacon
7,177 Posts
Rather have a ford... :) They look better and last longer IMO.

920 Posts
meh, it isnt to bad... but it coudl definately be better. Definately needs bigger tires though, those are to small.

teh car guy
1,292 Posts
like mentioned before, that thing is ugly as sin. If I were to get a truck, I'd look at an 03-04 F150. I got to drive a buddy of mine's and for a truck I didn't mind it at all.

920 Posts
either that truck sits extremely high, or those are 245's, which are way to small on a full size truck. I run 265/75s on my chevy 1500, the exact same size tires as my dad has on his f350(exact same tires actually), and i'd imagine 265's would look much better on there judging by how my dad's truck looks(assuming it has the same general ride height and such.

5,450 Posts
A truck that size needs as little bit bigger tires, too. Those things REALLY don't fit the look of that truck.

0ld Sk00l
3,773 Posts
Note: Those are the BASE tires. Base = Cheap Cheap = Small Tire so, Base = Small Tire

#2 - the problem i see w/ those is the chrill is way too WIDE! it takes up too much of the front and there is too much chrome on the bumper, whats up w/ that big chunk near the wheel well.

Make the grill narrower and put an ARB bumper on it. and it would look better...

Put a 6" lift and 35" Mud terrains and it would be bad ass.
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