2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT2 4dr Extended Cab 6.5 ft. SB (5.3L 8cyl 4A)
Forget the 16mpg city & 22 mpg highway they say I would get, I get 12.3 city, 12.5 highway. Without the air on add .1 mpg. If I wanted a car I would have bought one. No cigarette lighter, but has a vanity mirror on the driver side. Guys don't use a vanity mirror, we use the rear view. I'm back driving my 88 GMC 3/4 ton extended cab 8' bed 350 - get 20 mpg. Need to put out a step stool for some passengers to get in. Sits way to high, making it hard to get my tools out of the bed. Poor visabality right front fender (wiper in the way) I liked my 2003 1500 Chevy much better.
Turn signal warning, XM radio
Cigarette lighter, gauges set to deep, cup holders in wrong place and made for the Starbucks people (cups w/o handles) My 2003 Chevy was great. Bigger side door pockets. Lower the truck. Realistic fuel mileage ratings. 20" stock wheels look like rollerskate wheels.
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