I bought mine recently from a private seller that maintained it well. Since I've own it, I've put it through the paces, four wheeling, highway cruising, local traffic, this truck does it all. The comfort is great for this size truck; after all it's not a Mercedes. It's more than I expected , since my other vehicle is a 2004 Chevy Tahoe.
4 wheel drive, leather, auto climate control, CD player
i have replaced too much stuff on this
car in two years. front hubs,3
batteries, water pump, a.c. compressor
and accumulator. driver door fell off.
drivor visor fell apart from the inside
out, 4wd gets stuck, seat levers broke
off, suspension is bad and causes tires
to wear out every 6 months, check
engine light stays on, brakes always
squeal, driver door wont lock, security
system doesent work, courtesy light
wont come on. i would not reccomend
this car to anyone. im scared for my
wife to drive it
accelerates well and has a strong
engine and trans.good cargo space and
everything could be improved. this car
made me lose all faith in gm products
and will probably never buy another one
Had a '89 jimmy in high school..loved
got this '99 about a year ago and hate
it. It's not as roomy as i would like
and i feel cramped.
my one year old daughter is running out
of space in the back seat.
security light keeps coming on no
matter what i do or where i bring it,
same with the service engine soon light.
don't care for the push button four
right now i can't use the 4wheel drive
or it sticks on.(not good where i live).
okay ride over all
never has left me stranded
poor visability for someone my size
when backing up or turnning into a
i like the jimmy, but i don't
probably will never buy another one
easy monuvering in traffic and on back
Bought it 2 years old. Brake power
compressor fails. Seat levers for
tilt break- off), first the passenger
side, then the driver, $750 to repair
each, because of configuration.
Driver door hinge bends and cracks,
can't repair without major body work
(thousands $$$), door doesn't shut,
electronic mirrors don't work, driver
side wet in hurricanes, bad rain
storms. Dash board fell (scary, but
easy to fix). Body integrity poor,
scratches very easily. Constant minor
repairs, and replacements, windshield
wiper motors, batteries, starter.
Often smells of gasoline. Noisy,
sounds like big TRUCK. And now the
driver seat squeaks (minor, I know).
Rides up higher than usual car, drives
well off road. Good a/c and heat.
Three power sources.
At first, this vehicle seemed great
while it was under warranty - solid
ride, not too many unwanted noises,
good performance. After the warranty
was gone, major expensive repairs
started: Front Wheel bearings @ $550
each (a very common problem that GMC
continues to ignore), 4-wheel drive
encoder motor at $750, throttle
position sensor at $150. I can't
afford the repairs while I'm still
making the monthly payments, and the
vehicle only has 38K miles. GMC just
wants to survive the warranty period,
and then lets the consumer bear the
costly repairs. I'll never buy another
GMC product again.
4-wheel drive (when it works).
If there are design defects that result
in costly repairs for the consumer, GMC
should step up and financially help out
the customer instead of turning a cold
shoulder. I will now turn a cold
shoulder to their new products.
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