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58 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 results

2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
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Overall
3.5
Value
3.0
Style
4.0
Performance
4.5
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
1.5
Reliability
3.5
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Jennifer
Jennifer
Pajarito Mesa, New Mexico
4.0
I feel emotionally attached to my truck.
What I like about my truck is that it is a very popular vehicle to own in the Hispanic community. As soon as I saw it, I knew that I wanted to purchase it. I hadn't even checked the mileage or anything else. Of course, my dad was with me when I bought it, so he helped me out with the other specific things you need to check before you buy a vehicle. This is pretty much the reason why I bought this truck. I thought I would get a lot of attention. I had also heard the Chevrolet trucks are really reliable and can survive a lot of mileage. What I also liked about it was that it had a pretty good engine. A V8 5.3 engine as a matter of fact. This meant that I would do pretty good on the race track. Some things I didn't like about it was that one of the windows was bad. It seems that it had gotten burnt or something. The suspension was a little bad as well. It seemed to bounce a lot over any bumps. It can get a little annoying at times as I'm always getting moved around. The performance has been great. I have not had any engine problems. At 180,000 miles, it still runs great.
Christine
Christine
St. Louis, Missouri
3.0
Reliable truck to withstand a beating.
My Chevy Silverado 1500 was a pretty impractical buy for me at the time I drove it off the lot. I was a recent college graduate in Information Technology working his first full-time job. This truck was an instant gratification buy. I was young, had money, and thought it would be fun to drive such a large vehicle. The truck was two years old, used and had under 20,000 miles on it. The feeling of getting up in the driver's seat was something I've never before felt. You sit up high and feel like you have good power behind you. It was this sense of power and safety while standing out that I really liked. It came with some bells and whistles such as extra towing power, cruise control, electronic moving seats, and electronic gauges that showed your average miles per gallon among other things. This truck was a half cab and allowed me to still pile in the friends for a road trip or to go camping. I especially liked the fact that all four windows went down fully. Another great feature was that it offered a fair amount of space inside even thought the bed of the truck had plenty of room. I have driven this truck in a city environment as well as the back country. It has withstood the passage of time even though I was always a responsible owner. A large complaint that I have had is that all the tires I have bought seem to wear down rather quickly causing multiple replacements. I also had to repair a fuel pump fairly early even though the miles were still low. The seats in the back are able to fold up, and this was really helpful when I'd rather transport my road bike inside the cab instead of the bike rack I had installed in the bed. Also, the cab doors swung a full 180 degrees! This was invaluable when putting something as big as a road bike in the back. I will say that the eco-drive feature does not seem to be as good as they make it out to be. At best I averaged 16 miles per gallon but was probably more likely around 14 miles per gallon. This was not practical for my long haul to work everyday.