1998 Chevy C/K 2500 Series Review
Used C/K 2500 Series for sale
|List Price Estimate:||$837 - $1,761|
Edmunds' Expert Review
- Roomy cab. Powerful V-8 engines. Traditional truck styling.
- Aging design. Fisher-Price interior plastics.
Most helpful consumer reviews
C2500 HD Silverado 2dr Regular Cab LB
I've had the truck for 10 years and use it as a truck. We pull a travel trailer and have made many long trips. The Chevy is holding up very, very well at 130,000 miles. I expect it to last to 200,000 miles. The only problem I had was head gasket failure due to poor coolant. The coolant was rated for 100k miles but lasted only 60k. The stock sound system is incredible. Fuel mileage is 15 - 16 on the highway; 10 mpg pulling a trailer. The truck has done everything I've asked and we are planning a 12 month trip with it and the travel trailer beginning this summer. Chevy did a good job when they built this vehicle. I made a good purchase.
C2500 HD Silverado 2dr Extended Cab LB
Very good purchase. This truck has the 3/4 ton frame and the famous 5.7L 350. the 1998 has a restyled interior that make this year model very nice for an older truck. As it is a domestic, parts for this truck will be much more affordable than say, a Toyota or nissan.
K2500 HD Silverado 2dr Regular Cab 4WD LB
love my new truck
HD Cheyenne 2dr Regular Cab LB (5.7L 8cyl naturally aspired 5M)
I’ve had my 98 Cheyenne for several years and besides brake pads and two new batteries this truck has asked me for nothing. I’ve owned 2 t-100 Toyota’s and they were very dependable but one had the frame rot- kind of a big problem and the other was just plain rusty and I soon tired of showing up to work with a wet crotch and the old man jokes that went along with it. I decided to buy my brothers plow truck- the Chevy. Ok Toyota has a great reputation but the old Chevy always starts on -30 below weather, never needs to get plugged in and does the 12 plow contracts that I have to supplement my social security. It doesn’t get great mileage but considering it’s driving around with a plow on it I can’t [non-permissible content removed] about it. It’s been a dependable friend and has asked for very little. The interior is a bit plastic but surprisingly has held up well and the body has only a bit of surface rust. The odometer has passed 340,000 miles and I wouldn’t hesitate to drive it across the country tomorrow. I have been convinced that the domestic trucks -Chevy, Ford and dodge have gotten a bad reputation when compared to Toyota. The Toyota’s are a good truck but there’s no way my Toyota’s could have done what my old Chevy has. I recommend them highly.