GMC continues to make quality trucks and SUV’s. GMC vehicles are known for their superior ride and interior comfort, but they have a great deal more to rave about than just a comfy ride. These are well-built, well optioned and amply powered vehicles. GMC has the widest range of SUV’s and trucks in the business, and considering trucks are all they make, you’re sure to receive the fruits of their focused labor.
GMC Canyon: The Canyon is a midsize truck offered by GMC, with two engine options and the choice of a standard cabin, extra-cab, and four-door crew cab.
GMC Envoy: The Envoy is one of those SUV’s that can claim to be both roomy and nimble. With a powerful Vortec inline 6-cylinder and a long list of luxury options, the Envoy proves to be a herald of what a good SUV is.
GMC Envoy XL: All the available features of the standard Envoy, but with a stretched chassis that can accommodate seven passengers.
GMC XUV: The Envoy XUV proves that the engineers at GM are “open” to new ideas. Built on the same chassis as the Envoy XL, the XUV has the distinct feature of a power folding rear roof. The top of the entire rear cargo area can be retracted with the push of a button to accommodate larger than average loads. Imagine bringing home a new refrigerator in the back of a midsize SUV—with the XUV such tasks are possible.
GMC Safari: The Safari is a minivan with big aspirations. With a powerful standard V6 and an ergonomically designed interior for seven, the Safari goes beyond the call of duty.
GMC Safari Cargo: A gutted version of the Safari; the Safari cargo has the same performance benefits, with an interior retrofitted to be commissioned as your next workhorse.
GMC Savana: A full size van with seating for up to 15. Three engine options starting with the Vortec 4300 6-Cylinder, and two V8 options, ensures that you’ll have the power to get all those people over the hill, and with the largest Vortec 6000, make that all those people and a 9,500 lb. towing capacity.
GMC Savana Cargo: The same cargo-plane-like interior volume of the Passenger version—without all those pesky seats cluttering that valuable storage space—316 cubic feet to be exact.
GMC Sierra 1500: Available in three cab configurations and two engine options, the midsize Sierra 1500 was given the Consumer Guide “Best Buy” award.
GMC Sierra 1500HD: The HD stands for “heavy duty.” The 1500HD is offered with many of the same options as the standard 1500, with the addition of a more powerful Vortec 6000 V8 and heavier leaf-springs, giving the 1500HD a towing capacity of 10,200 lbs.
GMC Sierra 2500HD: Mounds of torque and a 16,500 lb. towing capacity is reason enough to give the 2500 a look. Need more? How about an optional 8.1L big block V8? Don’t own an oil refinery to keep it quenched? Check out the Duramax diesel engine—the torquiest of the bunch, matched to the strapping Allison automatic transmission, it makes for the most formidable towing combination in the industry.
GMC Sierra 3500: Need to tow a ship? Haul bricks for a living? Well probably not, but if you need a truck that will pull a load like a diesel locomotive, the 3500 is it. This big dually has the same engine options as the 2500HD, but an added payload capacity of 5,497 lbs. and a towing capacity of 16,700 pounds.
GMC Yukon: The Yukon is the gold standard for full size SUV’s, and with 104.6 cubic feet of storage, or optional third row seating, the Yukon has all the space you need in a surprisingly agile ride.
GMC Yukon XL: The Yukon XL, as the name implies, is the longer wheelbase version of the Yukon, with fixed third row seating for eight, and loads of cargo space to spare.