If you want a truck -- and only a truck -- there may be no brand better than GMC.
Despite offering what some view as little more than rebadged Chevrolets, GMC has continued to serve the needs of truck buyers, filling worksites with the GMC Sierra, GMC Sierra 2500HD, and GMC Sierra 3500HD. The GMC Yukon and GMC Yukon XL fill the void left by the late GMC Jimmy and GMC Suburban, while the GMC Savana van soldiers on in countless capacities. As a crossover, the GMC Acadia doesn't technically qualify as a GMC truck, but is sold with the same "professional grade" backing as its beefier stablemates.
While rugged capabilities are essential, today's used GMC models deliver toughness in a more user-friendly package. That's where the GMC Denali lineup comes in, providing upgraded styling and luxury with the GMC Sierra Denali, the GMC Yukon Denali, the GMC Yukon XL Denali, and the GMC Envoy Denali. If, however, capability and optimized fuel economy are on the wish list, the 22-mpg GMC Yukon Hybrid is available.