2007 GMC Sierra 1500 Values
Select a 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 trim level
2007 model year changes
The GMC Sierra 1500 has been completely redesigned for 2007, with more attention to interior appointments, luxury features, and driving refinement. Like its forbears, the new Sierra is available in a wide range of combinations, determined from three different cab styles, three cargo box lengths, three trim levels, five suspensions, and various V6 and V8 engines. The new Sierra is built on a new fully boxed frame and has a wider track than the previous model for improved stability. A new coil-over-shock front suspension and a new rack-and-pinion steering unit improve ride and handling. StabiliTrak is available on the Sierra for the first time. Warranty coverage is increased for 2007, with five years or 100,000 miles of powertrain coverage that's fully transferable and includes roadside assistance for the full period. The former Sierra is still being sold for 2007 as the Sierra Classic, so some dealerships are referring to the new models by their factory designation, GMT900, to avoid confusion.
Tough enough for work duty, smooth enough for daily driving; available luxury features; towing capability.
Special features for 2007
The 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 is a half-ton pickup for those folks who really work their truck. There is an enormous selection of cabin, bed, and engine sizes, in addition to a range of trim levels and load capabilities from which to choose. GM claims their 1500 pickups have the highest tow rating among light-duty trucks (up to 10,500 pounds), and class-leading V8 fuel economy of up to 21 mpg, which make the Sierra very competitive in its segment.