Pros: "dependable durable-235,000 miles still going stron"
Cons: "fuel consumption"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 8
"Why anyone would look beyond Detroit for a light-duty truck is beyond me. America owns this category and GM is the best of the best when it comes to trucks. Smooth ride, dependable, durable. Good value on top of that. Ford and Dodge , don't give up-you're close. Toyota and the rest-stick to making compact cars, that's what you know how to do!"
"i have had this truck for four years and have only had two issues with it first at 130,000 miles where a selinoid went out in the transmission and was a cheap part and only an hr of labor on the bill it cost more for fluid and filter than the part and labor. then at 150,000 i had a head gasket go in it. the guy that worked on it said well it is a wisconsin truck and it is winter and the truck was always outside so he said to chalk it up to the extrreme temp changes and he had done 7 head gaskets in 5 weeks (ford Chevy Dodge, gas and diesel) besideds that the the truck has been great never runs out of power and pulls my 25ft gooseneck and a jd 450 dozer around 20,000 lbs together with little to no problem at all and much better than my buddys power stroke with 100,000 miles less on it. Plus i get 21mpg and if im really nice to it 24mpg and thats a 3/4 ton truck 4wd try that with a gasser."
Pros: "powerful, fairly efficient for such a large truck"
Cons: "chevy emblems fall apart, lens clouded on lights"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"Motor and transmission have been bullet proof. Had a transfer case issue that all duramax/Allison owners are aware of. And just a word of advice to all who don't know, pull your glow plugs once a year and put anti-seize on the threads because if they break off in your head during r&r its very expensive (3-5K$)to fix."