2005 GMC Sierra 1500 Extended Cab 4WD User Reviews
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- $9,426 - $13,708
- No trim specified for this review
- Fuel economy is ok
- Transmission allows truck to roll backwards on slight incline and they say it is normal
Yes I have a problem with the transmission and I will buy another AMERICAN made truck on my next go round but it probably won't be a chevy or GMC. I hate it when someone tells you that when you pull up to a light it is normal for your truck to roll backwards (automomatic trans). I have owned 6 brand new trucks and this is the only one that has rolled backwards while in gear. I also hate it when they say they can't recreate a problem. I think it's just too much work for them and they don't want to tackle the problem. Now GMC used to have a commercial "1 percent" or something, humbug!. I'm really dissapointed in the answers I got from my service department. Just remember this. If you plan on buying a new truck (or used) test the transmission to see if it will roll backwards while your on a slight incline. If you get one that doesn't, buy it because I have never had a problem with the other 5 GM trucks I purchased. We'll see if I can get it resolved after arbitration. Yes I'll buy another AMERICAN made truck, it just might be a Ford though!
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