As of March 2015, the 2007 Chevrolet Silverado has been well-received by consumers, with an average user review score of 4.5 out of 5 stars on the automobile review site Edmunds.com. Many owners praise the truck's durability and dependability, though complaints about the quality of the interior are common.
Many owners of the 2007 Chevrolet Silverado are impressed by the truck's power, particularly in regard to its ability to tow large loads with ease, though its fuel economy is often described as poor when towing. Few owners report serious problems with their Silverados in reviews, and the truck's lack of large-scale mechanical issues is often cited as a point in its favor. Some owners do report frequent trips to the dealer to resolve in-warranty service issues, however.
The interior fit and finish of the 2007 Silverado are not the truck's strongest points in the opinions of many consumers. Disdain for the materials used for the interior is nearly universal in mixed or unfavorable reviews of the Silverado, with many reviewers mentioning the poor quality of the cloth seats. Another common complaint is that the truck's speakers are poorly mounted and rattle loudly at speed. Some owners also report electrical issues, leaking windows and loose exterior trim pieces.