5 out of 5 stars
by Busdriver / Indiana
from Northwest Indiana
on Sat Mar 15 2014
Great truck. Easy to work on. Very dependable. I,ve owned four of these trucks from 1991 models to 1995. Routine regular maintenance is all I've had to do. I haven't had problems in snow either. The limited slip really helps, plus Goodyear Wrangler tires. I just bought a 1995 on Cars.com with 38,000 miles on it. I'm good for another 5 years or more before I have to look for another. I just don't like the newer models. Too much to go wrong and to much money for repairs. You need to shop for low miles because they tend to rust around the wheel wells, rockers and cab corners. The clear coat was bad in the early nineties. Overall I've been very pleased.
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4 out of 5 stars
Workingest Truck I've owned
on Thu Nov 15 2007
I've hauled mulch, manure, retaining wall stones, brick pavers, lumber, etc.
The Sierra has been easy to load and unload and handled everything I've put in it.
The extended cab has been a delight for taking grandchildren on trips.
The only drawback I've found is it isn't stable on snow and ice (but neither am I).
Overall, I have been very satisfied with the looks, handling and performance of my Sierra.
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1 out of 5 stars
Could have killed my mom
on Tue Aug 21 2018
My family has owned GMC products as long as I can remember. Recently my mom wrecked her gmc truck and the airbags did NOT go off. Neither one of them open and the truck flipped 3 times. They had to us the jaws of life to get her out of he truck. Their was no reason for the airbags not to go off. Highly disappointied.
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5 out of 5 stars
I love this truck
from Hesperia CA
on Mon Jun 11 2018
This truck is one of the easiest to maintenance avaible, it was always reliable even tho it?s not the best looker. This truck was one well made machine
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