GMC’s models are essentially rebadged, upscale twins to Chevrolet’s SUVs and trucks. They all offer an even higher-end, more luxury-laden version. In most cases, that means the similar Chevrolet truck can be a better bargain. Despite their “professional grade” ad slogans and some styling differences, the GMCs don’t really stand out, equipment-wise, from their mechanical siblings. The brand as a whole ranks near the bottom of our reliability rankings, despite some recent improvements.
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