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by Bold Moves from SPRING VALLEY, IL | August 15, 2012
THE DEALER WAS GREAT AND HELPFUL. HE GAVE ME THE ALL THE INFORMATION TO MAKE MY CHOICE. NEVER PUSHY OR FELT PRESSURE LIKE YOUR NORMAL SALESMAN THANKS FOR THE NICE TRUCK.
Does not always start. GMC can't find the problem. Appears to be something to do with the fuel system. Fuel economy is terrible, about like the 50'S models.
But it looks good setting in the driveway, or at Walmarts, or Home Depot, or the grocery store, or the gas pump....where ever it happens to be when it decides not to start. Only 3,000 miles.