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GMC is a division of General Motors. It was originated by Max Grabowski when he established "Rapid Motor Vehicle Company" in 1901. This company was a pioneer in some of the earliest commercial trucks. This company was later purchased in 1909 by General Motors. It was meant to form the General Motors Truck Company. In 1996 GMC dropped the word Truck from its name. The GMC truck produced 600,000 trucks for the US army for use in WWII. At one time GMC produced commercial buses, but with increased competition in the late 1970s and 1980s they stopped. Today GMC is a brand name that is used on trucks, vans, and SUVs marketed by General Motors. In 2007 GMC was the second largest selling vehicle in its division that GM produces. For the most part, GMC offers the same used trucks out there under the Chevrolet brand. The difference is that GMC trucks are positioned as the Professional Grade versions of the equivalent Chevrolet vehicles, as they offer more options and standard features than Chevrolet. Used GMCs are usually sold by dealers along with Buick or Pontiac. In 2007, GMC introduced the Acadia, its first crossover SUV. GMC also manufactures trucks for Budget Truck Rental, along with other companies, Ford, Navistar International and Isuzu. GMC has now celebrated its centenary year in existence.

 Utah Used GMC Cars

GMC has thirty manufacturing facilities in the United States alone. In addition to the manufacturing facilities in the U.S., GMC has an additional thirty-three companies in 33 different countries around the world. The company now employs more than 284,000 individuals. GMC has its headquarters in the Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan and an incredible assortment of used trucks and cars under this name can be found. The current GMC used trucks include the Sierra, the Acadia, the Yukon, and the Envoy. Used SUVs under the GMC name can also be found.
In the past, GMC and Chevrolet sport-utilities: the Blazer and the Envoy (Jimmy) were for the most part the same. But since 2002, a used GMC version has its own distinct character. The used GMC Envoy does use the same chassis and powerful inline six-cylinder engine as the Chevy TrailBlazer, but besides that the body styling, interior, and available air suspension are all unique. There are two models of the used Envoy, the SLE and SLT. Both have four doors, come with 2WD or electronic 4WD, and are powered by the Vortec 4200 engine, a 4.2-liter inline six-cylinder producing 270 horsepower. This is the best engine by far in its class, which includes many V8s. The differences in the used SLE and SLT are in trim and options. The used SLE comes with body-color moldings, cloth seats and sections of brushed nickel on the console and instrument panel. The used SLE has brushed nickel, leather and wood interior with nickel trim rings. This used vehicle also has an eight-way power adjustable seat. Seat position memory is standard on the SLT and heated seats are optional. You also get headlamp washers, driver information center, TravelNote digital recorder, rain-sensing wipers, and light-sensitive outside mirrors with turn signals. This used GMC has found a perfect middle ground between truck and sedan, the 2002 Envoy Base 4WD 4-Dr Sport Utility L6 has a retail price of $3,350 - $12,625.