Our Take on the 2008 GMC Sierra 3500
Unlike other truck builders, which rely on one nameplate for success in the full-size truck market, GM offers two models — the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra — that share the same platform and have other similarities. The Silverado is far and away the more popular of the two models, but truck buyers shouldn't overlook the Sierra just because there aren't as many of them. For a truck, the GMC offers a refined driving experience and, in higher trim levels, an upscale cabin that wouldn't be out of place in a premium SUV.
The biggest difference between the Silverado and Sierra is in the trucks' front-end appearance. Both feature grilles that are heavy on chrome, but... Read More