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GMC Sierra 2500 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
4.3
24 Reviews
5 star
50%
4 star
33%
3 star
13%
2 star
4%
1 star
0%
Overall
4.3
Value
4.3
Style
3.8
Performance
4.4
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.8
Reliability
4.3
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LS
LS
Palm Bay, Florida
5.0
Good Strong Truck
The truck was built strong and lasts long. The cloth interior has held up well over the past 20 years, The truck has close to 200,000 miles and still runs strong. Some problems with the electrical system. Only have had to make minor repairs considering the truck is over 20 years old. This truck has been a great work truck, reliable and has stood the test of time.
Theresa
Theresa
Tigard, Oregon
4.0
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The GMC is a workhorse! If you want a heavy duty 4x4, an old GM isn't a bad place to start. I really like the dependability of this truck. It rides very smooth. I just wished it got better gas mileage. I have driven a Chevy, Ford and Dodge and would rate this truck above all of these in all areas. It's also a great car you can drive daily. The 4.3 Liter V6 is a large V6 that is easy on the gas but powerful enough for what you want. Mine has a step on the side which I love. It provides great accessibility for the bed with one step. The interior is also great! Super comfy bucket seats, a working AM/FM radio and lots of leg space! What more could you ask for? I've had this old girl since 1981, and she definitely owes me NOTHING. I essentially bought her from my grandma when I was 18 and never looked back. Abused thoroughly in high-school, she now rests peacefully in my backyard, waiting for me to do a ground-up restoration.
sv
sv
Austin, Texas
5.0
Good, reliable truck.
My truck is a 1997 GMC Sierra. It's a very reliable truck. I've had it for almost 20 years and the only problem it has had is with the air conditioning. That turned out to be a loose wire in the dashboard, which is understandable for a truck this age. The paint has started peeling a bit, but that's probably my fault for not washing it enough. The truck is a real workhorse. We've used it to move furniture, haul trash and tow a horse trailer. The truck only gets 10-11 miles to the gallon, which I suppose is standard for that type of truck -- automatic transmission, 8 cylinder engine. It doesn't matter if we're towing the trailer or just driving down the highway, the gas mileage is always the same. It has an extended cab and a full-size truck bed, so it can be a bit awkward when trying to pull in or especially back out of a parking place in a shopping center. I really prefer the full-size truck bed. A lot of trucks today only have a full size bed with a standard cab. It seems like when they have an extended cab or crew cab manufacturers take that space out of the bed. I once had to deliver an 8' long bridge -- an obstacle for a trail course -- and the purchaser couldn't believe that it fit in the truck bed!