GMC Sierra 3500 2dr Long Bed

General Motors is a dominant player in the pickup truck market and has had a huge amount of success marketing their trucks to consumers of all needs. The Sierra trucks in particular have more luxury options than their counterparts on the market. There are some trim and option variations as well. Early models included variations in the engine and equipment, but the present differences are slight. The Sierra 3500 is a two-door long bed pickup truck that is well equipped to handle the tough jobs that other import models are incapable of completing. In 2001, GMC created an upscale version of its Sierra called the Sierra C3. It used all-wheel drive and included the 6.0 L Vortec 6000 V8 rated at 325 hp (242 kW) with other upscale equipment. For 2002, the name was changed to Sierra Denali, but the specification remained essentially the same except for the addition of Quadrasteer. The Sierra line initially was introduced in the early 90's, which has been just long enough for a new generation of drivers to grow to love it. Despite its age, the Sierra 3500 has taken the time to adapt to current trends and even a new hybrid was released in 2005. Additionally, the Sierra 2 door line of pickup trucks is versatile in that they come in a number of sizes, which allows GMC to compete with any model on the market. The Sierra 3500 is the largest, with the 1500 being the smallest, and in the middle sits the 2500. The Sierra 3500 2dr is also very well equipped and drivers will not have to worry about its power. There are a wide variety of powerful engine choices available and over 10,000 lbs. of towing capacity. The sheer power of the Sierra trucks is very important for instilling faith in the model.