2001 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 consumer reviews

$21,244 starting MSRP
side view of 2001 Silverado 2500 Chevrolet
71% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.4
  • Interior design 4.1
  • Performance 4.2
  • Value for the money 4.4
  • Exterior styling 4.4
  • Reliability 4.1
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Best hd truck made hands down

Awesome truck, it now has 216k with no major problems and still drives and runs like the day I got it. My truck has the 6.0 with the 4l80 trans and has never skipped a beat. I pull a lawn service and a firewood trailer all summer and winter and have never been let down once. I do all required maintenence. Anyone that says these trucks suck don't know anything about them or got a lemon. My uncle has one as well and it has been good for him to. This is the best truck hands down for heavy duty work. The Ford and dodge don't even come close.


Can't keep it on the road

This truck was built for show. There are so many issues that I don't even know where to start. As far as reliability goes, I have never been left stranded more than I have in this truck. I keep up on regular maintenance, and do everything that I should to make it keep on keeping on, but it's still a total dud.


Great Reliable Truck

Truck has plenty of room, power with 8.1 Liter Alisson transmission, and is very smooth on highway, with Michelin Defender 205/75/16 Mud and Snow tires.


6.0 motors are junk .115,000 heads and manafolds

115,000 or less 6.0 motor Heads, Manifolds, Brake lines. Fuel pump. Shift cable. Fuel lines, rear brake rotors rusted away, Body rust showing. GM needs to be ashamed of there company. Newer they are the moor money they cost .The old ones lasted for years ? Not the newer ones .Don't buy a $50,000 dollar pile of junk.


Best truck ever

Love this truck, I take this Chevy 2500 all over on hunting trip and could not be happier with the way it drive's and never causes trouble.


Wasn't sure what to expect.

2001 Chevy Silverado HD2500 LS with the 5 speed automatic Allison transmission and the huge V8 8100 Vortec. Had my heart set on trading my 2009 Chevy Silverado for a Tahoe, but found this little gem. Was not in the best shape cosmetically, and has had a few tweaks to it. The stock exhaust has been changed, and now has a shorty shotgun style that has a low hum at 50mph. She has a laundry list of things that need to be replaced and fixed, and was driven hard. However, despite all that, she still has plenty to give. The MPG is about the same as what my 2009 was given me (14CITY / 19HWY) and she does run a bit hot on the long commute (3 hours drive.) As far as towing, I am not sure. Signs have pointed that she was pulling 5th wheel duty for a while (custom rigged trailer connections)so I am sure she could tow anywhere from 10.5k to 12,000 lbs easy. All and all, I am very impressed despite the hard mileage she has had (almost 200,000) and I hope that with some TLC, she will be able to do that, and more.


the exhaust. bolts suck

Pulls great but the rear end chunk slips their is not enough corrison protection. Exaust bolts break.and i fell gm should have a recall on them iread on line that a lot of 6.0 and 5.7 trucks have this proublem. Makes me want to buy a ford.


My first truck ever purchased was a great value

Truck is in great condition and dealer I purchased from was easy too work with and honest about everything


Toughest truck I've owned!

I have hauled 3,000lbs (seriously) of scrap metal in this truck, and this vehicle really did well! And the 6.0 engine moves this ride with power and style. The truck has a utility bed with a lift gate. It has been THE BEST investment in a truck I have ever made!


Silverado towing machine

The 01 Silverado diesel is a great towing vehicle. I would recommend it to anyone who needs true power combined with realibility.a