by timinator1 on Jun 28, 2012 Vehicle: 1994 GMC Sierra 2500 C2500 HD 2dr Extended Cab LB
bought my truck a long time ago and love it now like i did then. I wanted the 5-spd as i don't enjoy the automatics and haven't had to touch the clutch yet and it's 18 years old. I currently have 280,000 kms on it and have just changed the standard wear items, brakes, oil, fluids and the like. only part i've had to put in it is a lower oil cooler line ($32) 1/2 labour in the driveway. I've been tempted to get a newer truck but can't beat the reliability or the 20 mpg. Not to mention the 4x4 helps tame the brutal winters we can get here in alberta. the truck is going to get repainted as i have a few good rock hits now. I haul my quad etc all the time with no issues. GMC made a good product
by gtstratt on Dec 5, 2007 Vehicle: 1994 GMC Sierra 2500 C2500 HD SLE 2dr Extended Cab LB
I bought this 5.7L extended cab, Extended bed new w/ an experimental paint, not bad, but it wore early. Love the truck, towes and hauls ANYTHING in 3/4 ton, fuel economy. I get better than the 454, but wors than the turbo diesel... wish I had gotten it now. Love the truck to death!
by RON S on Sep 4, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 GMC Sierra 2500 K2500 HD SLE 2dr Extended Cab 4WD LB
THIS TRUCK IS A AUSOME TRUCK IT HAS
BEEN A GREAT VEHICLE I HAV DRIVEN IT
ANY WHERE I WANTED IT JUST KEEPS GOING
AND GOING IT HAULS ANYTHING I PUT IN
IT OR BEHINDE IT I HAVE PULLED BEHIND
IT A 38 FOOT CIGGERET BOAT FROM UTAH
TO THE EAST COAST AND HAD NO PROBLEMS .
Safety is enhanced with the side door guard beams designed to minimize intrusion into the passenger compartment during a side impact. A center high-mounted brake light is also added to enhance safety.
An optional 6.5-liter turbodiesel V8 engine is available even on vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating less than 8,500 pounds. The 5.0-, 5.7- and 7.4-liter engines all receive some enhancements.
Rust corrosion protection is improved while interior noise vibration and harshness is reduced. Rounding out the list of significant improvements are the addition of an "easy entry" feature to the front passenger seat on extended cab body styles to ease entry into the rear seating positions and the revision of the exterior front end styling.