These trucks were only available in Black Onyx exterior but could be ordered with cloth or leather interior. The '07 Sierra Denali was initially the only half ton pickup that had a 6. Exterior Silverado comes in four sizes: regular cabs and extended cabs, both with a choice of 6. The rear doors on extended-cab models cannot be opened unless the front doors are opened first, and they must be closed before the front doors are shut. This engine produced 300 horsepower at 4,400 rpm and 360 foot-pounds of torque at 4,000 rpm. Both models are available in regular cab, extended cab, and crew cab.
The 2007 production units used the name classic to denote the difference between the first and second generation trucks. Exterior Silverado comes in four sizes: regular cabs and extended cabs, both with a choice of 6. Three cargo beds are available: a 69. The Silverado Z71 got an optional lighter composite box, with a suspension package for towing, but lacked the high-output engine. This engine had the same four-inch bore and 3.
Power accessories also come standard. General Motors dropped Quadrasteer from the Sierra Denali after the 2004 model year and its entire lineup after 2005 due to poor sales of this expensive option. Regular and extended cabs have two doors while the crew cab has four doors. The most noticeable internal modification was the compression being raised to 10. This engine was replaced by the 6. All extended-cab models have a three-place rear bench and either a front bench that holds three or two buckets.
The C3 became the Denali for 2002, and Quadrasteer was added. . Under the Hood Four engines are available, starting with a 200-horsepower 4. The rear doors on extended-cab models cannot be opened unless the fro. Regular-cab models come with a three-place bench seat or a pair of buckets. It was also noted to have more power for gasoline engines. Availability was extremely limited at first, with commercial buyers getting the first allotment.
Most buyers choose one of the optional V-8s: a 4. The crew cab has options for either a long or short bed. A Sportside cargo bed with flared rear fenders is optional, in place of the standard slab-sided cargo bed. In 2006 The package was renamed the Vortec Max package. Where this engine differed was the compression ratio, it was increased to 10:1.
Front styling on the Silverado matches that of the new Chevy Tahoe and Suburban sport utility vehicles, which are built from the same basic design. For 2006-07 the truck was generally available to retail buyers throughout North America. In 2005 Arrival Blue Metallic was dropped from the color choice and replaced with Silver Birch Metallic. The Corvette even made use of the 6. The Vortec Max package was added to the option list with an array of similar features and new badges. The upgraded Vortec 7400 is a 7.
Standard exterior features include chrome step bumper, 16-inch wheels, and intermittent windshield wipers. Chevy introduced the 454 big-block V8 engine on its muscle cars starting in 1970. These trucks were also purchased back from customers for more than what they were worth in the late 2000s. Autotrac sends all the power to the rear wheels on smooth, dry pavement and automatically transfers power to the front wheels as needed on slippery surfaces. The Sierra Denali was initially equipped with Delphi's Quadrasteer system as standard equipment.
All 1999 extended-cab Silverados and early 2000 models came with two conventional front doors and a third door on the passenger side that opens to the rear. It used all-wheel drive with a 3. This engine produced 400 hp at 6,000 rpm and 400 foot-pounds of torque at 4,400 rpm. Four-wheel drive is available across the board and two systems are offered. It was also made available in addition to the extended cab in the light duty 4 door crew cab models.