2003 GMC Sonoma
60,067 Miles
$6,988

Springfield, OH
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2002 GMC Sonoma
94,657 Miles
$9,388

Albion, MI
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2003 GMC Sonoma
178,229 Miles
$4,995

Collinsville, IL
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2001 GMC Sonoma
248,021 Miles
$2,000

Plainfield, IN
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2004 GMC Sonoma
152,848 Miles
$7,995

Denison, IA
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2002 GMC Sonoma
128,216 Miles
$5,490

Troy, MI
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1998 GMC Sonoma
151,927 Miles
$7,900

Decatur, AL
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2001 GMC Sonoma
146,849 Miles
$6,444

Fridley, MN
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2000 GMC Sonoma
100,913 Miles
$4,499

St Cloud, MN
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2000 GMC Sonoma
81,864 Miles
$6,988

Grafton, MA
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2002 GMC Sonoma
111,983 Miles
$6,495

Yelm, WA
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2003 GMC Sonoma
42,202 Miles
$6,562

Denver, CO
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2003 GMC Sonoma
66,441 Miles
$9,900

Philip, SD
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2003 GMC Sonoma
150,027 Miles
$7,600

Quakertown, PA
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2002 GMC Sonoma
49,952 Miles
$7,129

Middlebury, CT
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2002 GMC Sonoma
80,070 Miles
$9,589

Alliance, OH
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2001 GMC Sonoma
71,723 Miles
$5,590

Milan, IL
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2001 GMC Sonoma
140,458 Miles
$5,995

Portales, NM
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2004 GMC Sonoma
124,500 Miles
$5,300

Elizabethtown, KY
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2001 GMC Sonoma
93,586 Miles
$7,548

Grantsville, MD
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GMC Sonoma Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.6
Value
3.7
Performance
3.3
Style
3.1
Comfort
3.3
Fuel Economy
2.6
Maintenance
3.6

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GMC Sonoma Owner Ratings & Reviews

1998 GMC Sonoma - Solid as A Paper Rock

Elkin, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
This vehicle was first owned by my grandfather when I was around six years old. I always joked about owning this truck and sure enough when I turned sixteen it came into my possession because my grandfather bought a newer and better truck for himself. This thing gets to Point A to Point B generally in once piece and has yet to fail me in terms of travel. As an attention magnet, however, is a completely different story.
Story
Drove my friends through a rather unsightly neighborhood while they were in the bed of the truck. They eventually bailed.
Pros
First of all I got this thing relatively dirt cheap for what it was truly worth. The truck was in pretty good condition when I earned it and have been doing my best to keep it in shape. The engine is lively and is not very troublesome. It only has two seats which means I'm not the local taxi for my mates. The truck has rather good speeds for its age and capability.
Cons
My truck could get stuck in a water-soaked paper bag. The weight differential is about as lopsided as the Germany-Brazil match during the 2014 World Cup semifinal. Its rear wheel drive but there's no weight back there to give it traction and it has no four wheel drive capabilities. It's like having bionic legs but all of your machinery and weight stuffed into your ass so every step you take ends up looking like a baby horse taking its first steps. The engine also has a stutter.

2002 GMC Sonoma - Very Reliable Car

Flagstaff, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
I have owned my 2002 GMC Sonoma for four years now, and the previous owner had it for three years before me. It has 105,000 miles on it and I keep waiting for something to go wrong; however, I have never had to take it in for repairs. I have been good about scheduling oil changes and tire rotations and other preventative maintenance, but otherwise, I drive it a lot and have not experienced any mechanical issues. The truck is four door with nylon upholstery on the seats, which I personally really like as I find leather to be hot in the summer and cold in the winter. One of my favorite features is compass/navigation and outside thermometer that appears on the roof of the cab over the center console. It is something that I would not expect to find in a vehicle of 14 years, but I have fou... (more)
Story
During a meteor shower I took the truck out to a scenic lake and filled the bed up with blankets and pillows to watch the shooting stars.
Pros
The speakers have been performing well, and the car came equipped with cassette and CD players. I installed a new stereo that has an AUX hook up, so I cannot recall if the stock stereo came with that feature, but I do not believe so. All said, I have not experienced any major or costly issues, so I am pleased with the car and would recommend it based on reliability. The truck also has a trailer hitch.
Cons
My least favorite thing about this car is the small gas tank and poor gas mileage. The tank is 14 gallons and I feel that I get very bad mileage both in town and on the freeway. In a normal week I have to fill up once a week just from commuting to/from work and going on errands. I also have had some issues with the windshield wipers. I have bought the correct wipers for the car, but for some reason they always seem to catch or miss spots on the windshield no matter what size/type I get. The heat and A/C are still functioning, but on very hot days I do not feel that the air conditioning get... (more)

2002 GMC Sonoma - It was a practical vehicle, but not comfortable.

South Bend, Indiana
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
3.0
For the first year I owned this vehicle, I had no complaints. However, throughout the last two years I owned it I was less than satisfied. I purchased the vehicle to be an affordable and practical solution to my problems, and most of the time, it was. I had always respected the GMC line of vehicles. I owned this vehicle for approximately two years and six months. In hindsight I would have opted for a vehicle that was a bit larger and newer, so that I would not have had to trade it right away.
Story
I was very proud of this vehicle when I was able to help my mother in law haul soil, and bring home a load of fence posts. This was my first time owning a pick up truck and thought it was manageable without being overpowering to drive.
Pros
I purchased this vehicle because it was my favorite color, and met my needs for hauling miscellaneous goods and equipment. I had wanted a small pick up truck for under ten thousand dollars for quite some time and just happened to be in the right place at the right time to get a pretty good deal on my Sonoma. I felt as though it met my hauling needs, while also being a nice enough vehicle to take out to dinner on a date. My payments were affordable and it checked off all of the items on my list for an ideal vehicle.
Cons
However, into the second year of ownership, small issues with this GMC Sonoma started to creep up. Small glitches with the electric windows and windshield wipers appeared from time to time. It was not the most ideal vehicle for driving in the snow. In hindsight I would have opted to purchase a medium size pickup as opposed to a small one.