2006 GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab 2WD User Reviews
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- $10,956 - $14,810
- No trim specified for this review
- 19 mpg
- 3 major parts had to be replaced
Purchased As New
Engine light on Ignition switch on Cost $ 218.08
Ties rods replaced N/A
Engine light on A valve replaced Cost Over $ 400.00
All repairs before 50,000 miles
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- Lots of room, great gas mileage, great value, good power
- No longer have 4 wheel disk
I owned a 2001 Chevy Silverado, base model, and got rid of it for a commuter car, but now wanted a truck again. I looked at Nissans, Ford, and Dodge, and by far the GMC was the best value. The Titans were fairly price but you can't beat the Red Tag price and rebates offered by GMC. I am 6'5'' 220 lbs and can sit behind the driver with room when my 6'7'' 380 lbs brother is driving. Ford gave me a run around on the "Keep it simple" pricing and Dodge just doesn't do it for me(look wise). I was worried that the 5.3 won't puch the crewcab quick enough for me, but with the 3:73 gears it does just fine.... and with 17 mpg mixed driving is better than the 14 from the F-150 5.4. I highly recommend that if you are in the market for a truck, save some time, look at the GMC first!!!...read morehide
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