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by Jmurph from Toledo, ohio | February 2, 2012
Great truck over all. Other then normal repair of a truck that's 12it years old and has 165000 miles everything runs great. I have a
4.3l engine and it is original engine and transmission. Drove from Toledo Ohio to Nashville and got 25 mpg. Suspension is my only complaint. It is a little soft as are many sonomas and s10s. I upgraded leaf springs and put air shocks on. Now it has no problem pulling a 21ft boat or carrying a load. Overall it is a very good truck.