2007 Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid Truck Review

Offered in a 1LT and 2LT version, the 2007 Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid is available in limited numbers throughout the United States.

Both versions of the hybrid Silverado come with a Vortec 5.3 liter V8 engine and a 20-amp 2400 watt power generator on board. Front wheel drive is standard, but both can be upgraded to four-wheel drive.

Aside from the engine, the hybrid Silverado is essentially the same as the Silverado classic. Standard features on both versions of the truck include power windows and door locks and power-adjustable mirrors, On-Star capability, and a rear-view mirror with auto-dimming functionality. In addition, the 2LT also comes standard with front bucket seats (the driver’s seat is has eight positions and is power-adjustable) while the 1LT has a front bench with a 40/20/40 split. Also, while cruise control is standard on the both models, only the 2LT comes with dual-zone temperature control, though it is an optional upgrade on the 1LT.

The hybrid Silverado is still a pickup truck, so safety features are limited. There are airbags for the front seat, and the seats are equipped with a LATCH system. Both the 1LT and 2LT also come with an alarm system.

Even pickup trucks have to have music, and the 2007 Chevrolet Silverado hybrid is no exception. Both models come standard with an AM/FM radio and CD player, and both are upgradeable to a Bose system with a 6-disc changer as well.

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