2005 GMC Sierra
The strength, durability and refinement of the 2004 GMC Sierra reflect over 100
years of pure truck experience. At GMC, we know that you can’t find the right
truck for your personal and professional needs if you don’t have a wide range of
choices. That’s why Sierra offers an exceptional variety of models. Whether
you’re looking for 2WD or 4WD, Regular, Extended or Crew Cab, 3 box lengths,
Sierra has the right truck for you.
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People from the Big three always amaze me. You are behind the times always
Get with the Show, nobody is buying your gas guzzling , Suv, 4x4, etc. etc.
There are hundreds of thousands of trucks sitting on lots all over NA. Off
shore vehicle manufacturers are kicking butt, get used to it.
Your are correct when you say light truck sales were down for 2005, but you
are wrong when you say nobody is buying them. Light truck sales, with
includes SUVs, total nearly half of all new vehicle sales in the US in 2005.
Down from nearly 54% in 2004. As to imports their truck and SUV sales are
down as well but they never sold many light trucks to begin with. GM or Ford
alone sell far more trucks in a month than Toyota, the number one import
brand, sells trucks in a year. GM and Ford combined, sell more trucks than
all of the import brands sell cars AND trucks in a year as well. You would
be better served and look less foolish by doing a bit of research before you
choose to comment on a subject of which you obviously have little or no
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