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What's New on 2004 GMC Pickup Trucks?


2004 GMC Sierra Pickup Truck
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GMC Canyon Pickup Truck:

Canyon is a mid-size pickup that offers drivers a wide range of models to choose from. Canyon features the new inline-four-cylinder and inline-five-cylinder engines, the Vortec 2800 and Vortec 3500. The truck has rack-and-pinion steering, an electronic automatic transmission, an available all-new five-speed manual transmission and many cab and powertrain configurations.

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GMC Sonoma Pickup Truck:

There's one configuration for the 2004 GMC Sonoma--the 4WD Crew Cab. Its Vortec V-6 engine features roller rocker arms, a roller timing chain, a powdered-metal timing chain sprocket and extended-life features (platinum-tip spark plugs with a change interval of up to 100,000 miles, precise engine timing, engine coolant designed to last up to 150,000 miles and a single accessory drive belt.
Standard equipment: bedliner, front bucket seats, air conditioning, driver and passenger air bags, anti-lock brakes, PASSLock theft-deterrent system and daytime running lamps.

GMC Sierra Pickup Truck:

GMC offers its full-size Sierra in numerous configurations. The Sierra 1500 series, with a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 pounds, is available in in multiple box lengths, cab configurations, and 2WD and 4WD models.
The Sierra 2500 series has a standard 6.0L V8 engine offering 300 horsepower. It's available in multiple box lengths, cab configurations, and 2WD and 4WD models. The 2500HD offers increased load carrying capacity due to heavy duty suspension and axles.
The Sierra 3500 series is a step up from the 2500, offering increased load carrying capacity. The Sierra Denali is another choice in this lineup. It features both QUADRASTEER four wheel steering and all wheel drive as standard equipment.

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