For much of its lifetime, a lifetime whose heritage extends back to 1901, GMC has been viewed as the commercial truck counterpart to Chevrolet. Unquestionably, GMC produced some of the first commercial trucks to ever be designed. Whereas Chevys were portrayed as being the truck for individual owners, GMC trucks, outfitted with a different grille, nameplate, engines, and other amenities in some cases, were marketed for a different type of buyer.
Today’s GMC fleet is focused on light-duty trucks—the Canyon and Sierra, its Savana van model, and its Acadia and Terrain SUV models. A used GMC truck or SUV for sale can be found through auctions, as can older GMC model trucks, buses, vans, and even motorhomes.