GMC stands for General Motors Corporations, or as it was formerly called, GMC Trucks, not to be confused with Georgia Military College or the Giant Molecular Cloud, which has nothing to do with trucks. GMC is an automotive company that started in Detroit, Michigan, in 1908 and formerly known as GMC Truck, is a brand name used on trucks, vans, and SUVs marketed in North America and the Middle East by General Motors.
All types of GMC trucks are covered: light to heavy, old to new, military to civilian. Note that from 67-72 they are identical except for course no side marker lights in 67, and the 69-72 models use the hoods with steep front slopes like their 69-72 Chevrolet counterparts. They are some of the toughest vehicles on the road and they are equipped to get the job done.
GMC trucks are positioned as the Professional Grade versions of the equivalent Chevrolet vehicles and are at the same level of the Chevy object and one level above the Yukon. In fact, a lot of GMC trucks are indistinguishable from Chevy except for superb trim designs. The current Chevrolets and GMCs are still pretty new (they were redesigned for the 1999 model year), but their conservative styling does not look as modern as the Ford's. The new GMC trucks are good buys.
General Motors Corporations currently manufactures SUVs, vans, pickup, light-duty and medium-duty trucks. They offer more options and standard features than Chevrolet, while Chevrolet is often offered as an entry-level car. General Motors Corporations makes automobiles and automobile engines as well. They also manufacture trucks for Budget Truck Rental, along with other companies, Ford, Navistar International and Isuzu.
General Motors Corporations trucks are known for their performance and reliability on and off the road. The best acknowledgment probably was the attention from tradesmen at job sites, guys who really drive and use pickups.
A fine American made trucks, Chevy and GMC trucks are easy to drive and comfortable. They are easy to park and inviting to drive in tight spots that would scare you behind the wheel of rivals. That's a big reason they feel so very satisfying to drive.Whichever GMC truck vehicle you own, the need for its performance, aftermarket, or replacement parts including stylish and practical accessories is an indispensable aspect of owning such vehicle.
GMC trucks are known for their performance and reliability on and off the road.They are engineered to the highest grade: Professional Grade ™ and are packed with features that make them outstanding medium duty trucks, such as: standard automatic transmissions; 14-inch no-adjust Valeo clutch; outstanding turning radius (53 degrees); standard hydraulic antilock brakes or available air antilock brakes; and progressive spring aids to provide soft landings in "bottling out" situations.
GMC trucks are made with car quality. They are good for the private user and are the smart choice for successful businesses. General Motors has a lot riding on the success of its new design full-size pickup, the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra. They will celebrate its one hundredth anniversary in 2008.