Since the twenties, GMC and Chevrolet have been sharing many similarities, to the point that some fans say that their only differences are the grills and nameplates. Starting in 2014, GMC and Chevrolet have been the only automakers to provide the option of mid-size, light and heavy-duty pickups.
Throughout the years GMC has developed a reputation for designing the best in class GM trucks. Trucks like the Denali have earned a luxurious image, that in some sense, helps them compete with luxury brands.
Taking places 5 & 6 for the 15 cars that depreciate the least after 5 years, the Canyon and the Sierra keep 55%-57% of their resale value. If you are thinking all ready to sell your car after a few years and how will that go, GMC has pretty good options.
GMC trucks are “la crème de la crème” of trucks, and its interiors are very extravagant for a pickup truck, to say the least. The only way to know for sure if this is the right car for you is to drive it for yourself.
The type of car you choose is important, and so is the company you choose to form a relationship with when you are ready to buy. CarVision.com received the 2019 Consumer Satisfaction Award from DealerRater. With nearly 1,000 reviews from highly satisfied customers, this locally-owned and operated dealership has a long history of going above and beyond the call of duty to turn customers into life-long friends.