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C&G GMC Truck Census

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1. How many new GMCs have you purchased/leased since the 1998 model year?

2. Do you intend to purchase/lease a new GMC in the next two model years?

For me:

1. 0

2.no

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1. My beloved Sierra

2. Probably not, unless a really nice '09 Canyon comes into view.

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1. 0

2. maybe, but price dif would default to chevy

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2. I do like the Sierra Denali, but if I were to buy a truck the Ram is more appealing to me.

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1. 0

2. No.

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1) 0

2) I will test drive the Acadia if I look to replace the GC

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1. None.

2. Nope.

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1. No. My '98 Sonoma was purchased used.

2. Not within the next two model years, no.

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1. No.

2. Prolly never. I'd buy a Chevy any day, but I do like the All Terian Serria's and Denali Series. I am not a GMC fan tho so go figure.

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1. Zero

2. Never

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For me:

1. 1

2. yes - GMC Sierra X-Cab 4x4 SLT if GM ever gets of it's a@@ and offers the 6-speed auto. If they'd offered the X-Cab 4x4 with the 6-speed at launch, they'd already have my money. Even better would be the All-Terrain equipment without the Z-71 suspension and rancho shocks and a sunroof option and a DI 5.3 V-8.

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1. One

2. Probably not. I don't really have a use for a truck anymore.

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1) Safari, it was the family Van for quite some time

2) If gas prices go down I would consider a Sierra

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1. No, but our Sonoma was only about 1 year and a half old when we bought it.

2. No. I don't have the need for a truck.

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1. 1996 Sonoma. Bought new in 1997 and that's just one year short of your requirements. :AH-HA_wink:

2. probably not

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2. Sierra 1500 duramax; Denali XT with that DI engine please.

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1. 2 Sierra's

2. 2010 Hybrid when my 08 lease is over. . . but only if it's built in Ontario. . . so maybe not. <_<

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1. How many new GMCs have you purchased/leased since the 1998 model year?

2. Do you intend to purchase/lease a new GMC in the next two model years?

1. Two (2001 Sonoma, 2005 Envoy; both leased)

2. Yes (assuming gas prices are not spiraling out of control still and new options are explored <i.e. Denali XT :AH-HA_wink: >)

2. Prolly never. I'd buy a Chevy any day, but I do like the All Terian Serria's and Denali Series. I am not a GMC fan tho so go figure.

That's a shame, seeing as how you're such a Pontiac fan and the fact that GMC & Pontiac have had a long-time affair together :scratchchin:

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That's a shame, seeing as how you're such a Pontiac fan and the fact that GMC & Pontiac have had a long-time affair together :scratchchin:

Then it's only fitting that they go out together, take that however you want. Either as a date or something more ominous!

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