2002 Gmc Sonoma Sls Standard Cab Pickup on 2040-cars
Springville, Indiana, United States
Body Type:Standard Cab Pickup
Engine:2.2L 2190CC 134Cu. In. l4 FLEX OHV Naturally Aspirated
For Sale By:Private Seller
Trim: SLS Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door
Options: CD Player
Safety Features: Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Drive Type: RWD
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control
Exterior Color: Silver
Interior Color: Gray
Disability Equipped: No
Number of Cylinders: 4
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
VERY NICE TRUCK SOLD NEW AT LOCAL GMC DEALER AND WELL MAINTAINED SINCE NEW WITH 64552 ORIGINAL MILES. 2.2L 4 CYLINDER AUTOMATIC WITH CRUISE CONTROL, ICE COLD AIR CONDITIONING, AM/FM STEREO WITH CD PLAYER. NICE ORIGINAL PEWTER SILVER METALLIC PAINT WITH A COUPLE OF VERY SMALL DINGS. ONE IN THE PASSENDER SIDE BEDSIDE AND ONE IN THE DRIVERS DOOR. BOTH COULD BE TAKEN OUT EASILY WITH PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL. ORIGINAL INTERIOR LOOKS LIKE NEW. BED HAS A DEALER INSTALLED SPRAYED BEDLINER. TRUCK HAS AMERICAN RACING WHEELS WITH P215/70 BF GOODRICH TIRES WITH VERY LITTLE MILES ON THEM. HAS NEW CATBACK DUEL EXHAUST WITH CHROME TIPS, AND A NEW K&N COLD AIR INTAKE FILTER KIT. THIS TRUCK RUNS AND DRIVES LIKE NEW WITH NO KNOWN ISSUES AT ALL. IF YOU`RE LOOKING FOR A NICE ECONOMICAL AND DEPENDABLE SMALL TRUCK THIS IS IT. TRUCK FOR SALE LOCALLY AND RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END AUCTION EARLY. TRUCK MUST BE PICKED UP OR SHIPPED WITHIN 30 DAYS OR STORAGE FEE WILL START TO ACCRUE.
GMC Sonoma for Sale
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Auto blogFri, 28 Feb 2014
The Denali trim that GMC uses to denote its top-of-the-line vehicles was introduced back in 1999, partly as a way to challenge the recently introduced Lincoln Navigator. Fifteen years later, and with GMC the tenth-largest US automotive brand by itself Denali has become a sub-brand that keeps the cash registers ringing at the Renaissance Center HQ. While GMC increased sales by 9 percent in 2013, TheDetroitBureau.com reports that that Denali sales rose by 20 percent.
There are currently five Denali models in the GMC line, with the Denali trim available on all but its commercial vans. In 2010, when the now-discontinued Yukon XL Hybrid was also on sale, GMC sold 32,886 units of its top trim. Last year, that number had increased to 75,558, with almost no help from traditional marketing spends. Go to YouTube and search for "GMC Denali commercials" - the few actual commercial results are from years ago. GMC marketing director Roger McCormack tells TheDetroitBureau.com, "It's largely all been organic."
As sales have grown, so has the tide of money GMC rakes in from the additional luxury features on Denali models. The 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe starts at $44,600, yet its 2014 Yukon Denali doppelganger starts at $58,320, pricing that includes additional features like the larger 6.2-liter V8, nicer interior, head-up display and magnetic ride control suspension. The Yukon XL Denali starts at $60,965, but the article says the "average customer" likely to spend "up and above $70,000" to take one home. How does that happen? On a top-trim Tahoe LTZ, the top-tier wheel option is a set of 20-inch chrome wheels for $400; on the 'base' Yukon Denali you can swap for a set of 22-inch chrome alloys for $2,995. Add it up, and an analyst at AutoTrends Consulting said that kind of margin "epitomizes the concept of obscene profitability." We say when it comes to Denali, GMC appears to stand for "Grabbing More Cash."
While the news of today is destined to be dominated by a certain plucky Japanese roadster, props to Chevrolet and GMC for announcing its own significant bit of news about their newest pickup twins, the midsize Colorado and Canyon. The two GM-owned brands announced that the twins' 3.6-liter V6 will return up to 26 miles per gallon on the freeway.
To get such efficiency from the 305-horsepower mill, you'll need to live without four-wheel drive and be okay with a max city fuel economy of 18 mpg. The combined rating for the 2WD model sits at 21 mpg. Adding four-wheel drive drops the city and combined ratings by one mpg, while the highway rating dips from 26 to 24 mpg.
As for the twins' eagerly anticipated 2.8-liter diesel engine, it's destined for model year 2016, meaning we've got a ways to go before its efficiency and output are certified.
Automotive enthusiasts often wonder aloud - ourselves included - why General Motors would choose to keep GMC while sending Pontiac (and Saturn, and even Oldsmobile before it) into the great automotive graveyard in the sky. The answer, as is so often the case, is profit. It's much easier for GM to rake in money hand over fist by rejiggering the trucks, crossovers and SUVs that it would already be developing for Chevrolet and making them a bit more luxurious and *ahem* "Professional Grade" with new grilles, badges and unique packaging for GMC.
While it may sound like we're being cynical, we totally approve of GM's fullsize SUV strategy. The least-expensive way to get into the fold is with the Chevrolet Tahoe, which starts at $45,595 with a 5.3-liter V8 engine and a cloth interior. Bumping that same Chevy to LTZ trim and its $59,995 sticker price lands a much nicer leather-clad interior and more techno-bells and whistles than you can shake a stick at. But it still looks like a Tahoe, and it still comes with the smaller 5.3-liter engine. Or, you could do what we'd do: Walk into your GMC dealer and take a look at the Yukon Denali. Here's why.