Review: 2007 Chevrolet Silverado

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2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado Review | Consumer Reports
The Chevrolet Silverado does a good job at balancing the work capability of a truck with everyday livability. It's Consumer Reports 2010 Top Pick among pickup trucks. Learn more about the Chevrolet Silverado and other trucks on our website:

Common Problems With Chevy Silverado Trucks - Chevy Silverado 1500 Problems
Just a rundown of some common problems you may encounter with Chevy Silverado trucks. We are in Anchorage, Alaska and although we do not have the corrosion issues that some have in the rust belt we do have rough roads, extreme cold and hot conditions that cause certain component failure. These issues are common to my shop but may not be representative to your particular area. IM not here bashing GM's because im actually a chevy guy at heart, just trying to inform others about what to look for. If you have positive feedback please share in the comments below. This is a 1999 Silverado 1500 5.3L 4X4 that was brought in for a general inspection. The funny thing is the customer commented on how well it is driving since they recently purchased it apart from a noise in the front. After a quick inspection I noticed some very concerning problems that need to be addressed. Among them the RF hub and bearing is failing and the wheel is about to fall off, the rear brakes at shot, the front inner tie rod ends are loose, it's low on coolant, the front differential seals leak gear fluid and the LF Exhaust manifold is leaking and bolts are broken off in the head (not shown). Watch Common Ford Truck Problems Video next here: Thanks for watching, please subscribe today and check out our other channel The Car Doctor here:

2007 Chevy silverado 0-60
5.3L silverado 1500 2 door regular cab. Upgraded computer and k&n cold air intake, dual Exhaust and transmission shifts firmed up as well.

Chevy Silverado 3500HD Head to Head Frame Strength Test No. 2 Twist Ditch
In one of the most dramatic tests, Silverado 3500HD and Ford F-350 trucks were loaded with 3,000 pounds of payload and driven over a set of ramps designed to simulate a worksite situation like an irrigation ditch. With its stiffer, fully-boxed, high-strength steel frame and independent front suspension, the Silverado handled the test with ease. The F-350 twisted to the point where the tailgate jammed shut, then buckled from the strain. Next, Bob Maguire Chevy ran a similar test with three-quarter-ton trucks and pointers to measure misalignment between the cab and bed. Misalignment for the Silverado 2500HD: 0.25 inch; for the F-250 Super Duty: 1.1 inch. Test drive your next Silverado Heavy Duty Pickup Truck at Bob Maguire Chevrolet in Bordentown New Jersey, a Chevy Dealer NJ.