Get a load of this: the '07 GMC Sierra has the muscle to make waves. And considering this 6.6L V8 Duramax turbo-diesel is an alternative fuel vehicle by default (yes, that's biodiesel
), it's hard not to fall in love. With a compression ratio of 16.8:1, overhead valves and high-pressure common rail direct injection, it's got the makings of a true workhorse. Horsepower checks in at 360, torque at 650 lb.-ft., and the engine block is cast iron, with cast aluminum heads and manifolds. All in all, the Duramax is a name known for durability combined with smooth, low-noise operation.
But, hey, get your head out from under that hood--there's more to this truck than just a stompin' diesel. Slip into control central and you'll wonder where the trucks of yesteryear went. No bone jarring rides down dusty roads for you--here's workability combined with comfort-ability, plus passenger-ability. Go ahead and check that smooth interior--why not go for alt fuels in hard-working practical style.