Why buy more truck than you can use but settle for less than you need? GMC doesn't think that makes sense, so it offers a 2500-series light-duty Sierra to slot between humdrum half-tons and big-bruiser heavy-duties. Ask the Toyota salesperson if the Tundra can do that.
by John11 on May 31, 2002 Vehicle: 2002 GMC Sierra 2500 4dr Extended Cab SLE 4WD SB (6.0L 8cyl 4A)
I have not logged too many miles yet (about 1000), but my first impression is
this truck meets high quality standards. I have not found anything that needs
tightning, fixing, or changing and I have looked under inside and around this
GMC's light-duty 2500s get only minor changes for 2002. Base model SLs now come standard with air conditioning, while uplevel SLE and SLT models get standard deep-tinted glass. All Sierras get redesigned badging and extendable sun visors.