2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Classic Hybrid Values

Select a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Classic Hybrid trim level

2007 model year changes

Even after an all-new Chevrolet Silverado has been introduced for 2007, the former Silverado continues to be sold as the Silverado Classic. This older, respected design, like the new Silverado, comes in several different combinations of cab styles, bed lengths, and V6 and V8 engines, and also comes in two specialized variants that the new Silverado doesn't yet offer--a Hybrid and a high-performance SS. Silverado Classic models differ very little from equivalent 2006 Silverado models, with the exception of a few minor feature changes, and the five-speed manual transmission is now only offered with the V6.

Competitive comparison

Value; quality reputation; towing and hauling ability; fuel-saving hybrid model

Special features for 2007

The Chevy Silverado Classic is now upstaged by its replacement, the new 2007 Silverado, but this line of pickups has done well in its market segment since its 1999 introduction. The Classic models are priced considerably lower than equivalent new Silverado models, with the base Work Truck starting as low as $15,840. Chevrolet claims that the Silverado is the most dependable and longest lasting pickup truck model, and points to J.D. Power's Initial Quality Survey (IQS) as evidence. For 2006, the model topped the IQS's Large Pickup category.


Extended Cab LT Hybrid 2WD
Extended Cab LT Hybrid 4WD
Available on a limited basis in all 50 states, the Silverado Hybrid offers a 5.3Liter V8 engine that produces 295HP along with a 14,000 watt electric generator that works closely with the engine to increase fuel economy by 10%. An electric motor replaces the conventional starter and alternator creating an almost seamless transition from gas to electric power. Available in 1LT or 2LT trim and option levels in either two or four-wheel-drive.