GMC Sierra 3500 Classic weight

GMC Sierra 3500 Classic curb weight affects the fuel efficiency, handling, and overall driving experience. A heavier Sierra 3500 Classic may have a more stable ride and handle better in adverse weather conditions, but it may also require more fuel and have slower acceleration.

On the other hand, a lighter GMC Sierra 3500 Classic may boast of better MPG and quicker acceleration, though it may also have reduced stability and less control on the road.

The lightest GMC Sierra 3500 Classic was produced in 2007 with a weight of 4942 lbs. And the heaviest model came off the production line in 2007 with 6552 lbs pounds in curb weight.

Explore the data below and compare how other GMC Sierra 3500 Classic body mass parameters like gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) and payload capacity changed between the generations.

  • 2007 GMC Sierra 3500 Classic

    • Gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) –  9600 - 11400 lbs
    • Curb weight –  4942 - 6552 lbs
    • Payload –  3578 - 5511 lbs
    • Maximum towing capacity –  9200 - 10000 lbs
    • Fuel tank –  34 gal

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