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    2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - Z71 4x4 Crew Cab

    Pros: To many to list opted for the 327 5.3 H.O. 315 HP engine.,the sunroof,the leather the bose system,all the options... did I mention the sun roof

    Cons: I opted for the special wheels... and I knew going in that the spare was steel.Should have bought an extra wheel

    Advice: BUY IT NOW get it LOADED get it CHEAP its a no brainer......

    Thought about buying any(kept my mind open)why pay more for the GMC(and get less)why buy a Dodge unless you like the rough ride...all for the 'hemi'Ford lacks power plus the are wonderfull as torches(look at the recalls and the news)toyota has steped up and sells a good product but price per fluid ounce.torque,H.P. etc chevy has them beat So the only real compition was and is the Titan....The only thing that stopped me from buying the Titan (and I know I would be just as happy )is the 'Deal' a 40,000.00 Titan (before rebate) cost you 35.000.00 (after all thats said and done)and thats what you have.... A 40,000.00 Chevy which is loaded to the gills...(before rebate)minus rebate of 3000.00 minus 7.000.00 employee discount. Cost you 30 maybe 29,000.000 so put the extra 5,000.00 into a short term CD or or pour 5,000.00 back into the chevy and make it a rocket or a monster truck...jsut my thought good luck

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    2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - LS 4x4 Regular Cab 6.5' Box

    Pros: LOOKS

    Cons: THE CLUNK

    Advice: CHK OUT THE CLUNK ..... WINDOWS DOWN AS THE TRANSMISSION SHIFTS

    my brother bought his new silverado a week ago after just a few hundred miles, he heard the clunk from the transmision or somewhere. he took it back to dealership and they said after looking it over it was a loose driveshaft that the spleen it goes into doesnt fit tight enough. the salesman noticed it on his new truck also which he hadnt noticed before. gm knows of this problem and doesn't or wont do anything about it. the mechanics say it will always clunk what gives people from GM .DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT........

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    2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - LS 4x4 Regular Cab 6.5' Box

    Pros: Onstar and satelite radio

    Cons: there's nothing not to like

    Advice: stop thinking about it and get one

    I couldn't believe the quiet ride this truck gives. And the power is outstanding.

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    2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - Work Truck 4x2 Extended Cab 6.5' Box

    Pros: Power, MPG, Style

    Cons: Doors seem to be cheap, Ford F150 is much better.

    Advice: Go For It, they are a great truck.

    I drove the three major american trucks, Ford,Dodge,Chevrolet, and the Chevrolet was the hands down the best. I have always owned Ford, that was the first truck I looked at. I do not care for the newer Ford 1/2 ton trucks, the 4.7 is weak, transmission shifts very poorly, and shakes very badly at 55+MPH. The Dodge was much better than the Ford, had a lot of body roll during hard turns, but not a bad truck though, if the price would have been less, I might have gone with it.