Wanted this truck since my dad bought one. Great quality, very comfortable ride. 327 engine is slightly less impressive than the 350 engines in the older silverados. Notice a grab in the transmission when letting off and reapplying the accelerator, but mechanics say its the nature of that model. Otherwise very satisfied.
Very knowledgeable about there history on there vehicles. Great people.
Expensive to repair
by T_Dub from Lehi, UT
January 13, 2019
When it runs right it’s not a bad truck. It’s comfortable on trips and looks good. How ever it is painfully expensive to have repaired. 90% of shop won’t even work on diesels and the ones that do charge a lot.
Great people to deal with have bought 2 cars from these people!
Strong engine and great turning radius
by Sailingsoon from Louisiana
January 1, 2019
Overall this has been a good car. The engine is strong and relaible. However there have been isues with the fan clutch, electric windows, and emmisions sensors. Over 15 years and 200,000 miles I have probably spent over $6000 on repairs other than normal maintenance and wear and tear. I like the way the car drives and the size- not to big and not too small. It tows well and has a good turning radius.
I bought this truck from a auction with 134,000 miles for $4k. It was a at&t truck. It came with a camper shell so it protects all my machines from thieves or rain . I put some money into it ....like $600 and now runs better.It's a 2006 Chevy long bed with the 4.3 engine. Even with all my tools,machines, sprinkler parts,the camper shell and 2 of my guys plus myself the engine doesn't feel slow or underpowered. You wont win no race with it or pull 6 tons with it . But for work it's a perfect truck. I used to have a v8 but the gas was killing me. Highly recommend this truck for work.
This truck was my dream of owning when I retired. My dream came true in Feb 2017. I retired from civil service May 2016 after working 38 yrs. I got my 2017 Silverado LTZ. I enjoy driving it and feel so comfortable even in my short height (4'11"). It is very dependable and very truck looking in shiny black. I an still receiving compliments on how the truck looks brand new.
The worst front wheel drive car I've ever had. Lost traction at slow speed just in the rain! Lousy headlights, very difficult to see at night. Comfortable seating, but everyone had difficulty getting out - car sits too low. Paid a lot for it used, but doesn't hold value. Had a lot of recalls. Experienced more repairs than any other car. Large trunk but small opening, so could not fit anything deeper than a small cooler. Test drove the Impala prior to the Malibu - they both make a big clunk, like there is a log rolling around in the back during sudden stops. Would never recommend either car.
I've had 3 of these cars. Fun car to drive. Very versatile little car that is easy on gas. I like it because of its simplicity. Not a lot of buttons or touch screens to distract you when your driving, but enough bells and whistles to make it comfortable.
THE PERFORMANCE AND THE QUIET COMFORTABLE RIDE I MYSELF HAD NO IDEA HOW WELL BUILT THE ZO6 IS . IV HAD THE SHELBY COBRA REPLICA AND THE PERFORMANCE IS RIGHT THERE WITH THE BEST OF THEM .THE 04 ZO6 IS VERY IMPRESSIVE AND WAS WAY AHEAD OF ITS TIME.
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