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2007 Silverado LTZ pictures and video

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Here are some pictures and a video of the new Silverado LTZ. Filmed Sunday night at the local Chevy dealer.

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And here is a walk-around video!

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Nice wheels...but overall I'm not impressed by this new design at all <_<

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One thing I wish they'd do: black out the rear wheelwells, either with a plastic liner, or just undercoating. I don't like the bodycolor rear wheelwells. And I still don't care for the tailgate spoiler. Otherwise, lookin' good.

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An older guy at our church showed up in the first '07 Silverado I've seen yesterday--a Silver Birch 1500 LT crew cab Z71. Standard 17" wheels and blackwall tires, but also a sunroof, and no running boards. Stood out just because I think it's one of the first on the road at home, but just isn't that "wow!" in person.

Nice and simple, yes, but really needs things like the optional wheels and extra trim to make it stand out even a bit. And the front end just comes off as very blockish and chunky, and again a bit staid.

Still, I liked it, but also strangely decided that a lot of the current GMT-800 ones (such as a similarly equipped Z71) stand out as a bit sharper and snazzier overall, aside from the old tech fit & finish and cheap innards.

BUT, it's growing on me, and the more I see in different colors and different trims, I still do like the new ones better.

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One thing I wish they'd do:  black out the rear wheelwells, either with a plastic liner, or just undercoating.  I don't like the bodycolor rear wheelwells. And I still don't care for the tailgate spoiler.  Otherwise, lookin' good.

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probably yearly budgets... they will probably do something but first year often times a few things are not forgoton but purposely removed to keep budget down...

like one example of yearly budgets... one year of the previous gen impala... there was no rear seat child locks...

Light years ahead of the previous model

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which is sad cause previouus model was already best in class in most catagories...

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Just saw my first Chevy truck in person this morning in Calgary, Alberta.

Just simply wow. It is the best looking truck available anywhere.

I'm absolutely impressed. Chevy has a winner on their hands.

I need to have one of these.

Thank you Chevy!

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Just saw a black LTZ sitting here in town... Wow, it looked awsome! I think the color alone made a difference on this truck.

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funny cause our dealerships here are full of the trucks, and nobody is buying them. Maybe because the price is rediculous, and the font is like a fish

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