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2020 GMC 2500 Truck Owner Reveals If She Would Buy It Again

Posted by: Jesse Kleib on December 10, 2020

If there is one thing that can be tough with newer vehicles, it’s figuring out exactly how the vehicle in question will fit your needs. Even something that’s last year’s model is still relatively new and it’s going to be pretty hard to get a well-rounded perspective on how good or bad the machine might be. This is especially true when a machine is refreshed for a new generation.

However, in the age of the internet, there are people out there who are talking constantly about how their interactions with just about everything goes. This very much includes the automotive market where we find all sorts of reviews on various machines. It’s kind of hard to talk about longevity for a vehicle that’s only a year old but just about everything else is fair game.

This time, we check in with the Pickup Truck Plus SUV Talk YouTube channel that takes us along for a ride with a 2020 GMC Sierra 2500. The thing that makes this truck unique is that it is powered by a 6.6L V8 gasoline engine instead of the more popular 6.6L Duramax diesel.

One of the questions that frequently come up about these bigger trucks is if the gasoline engine will be enough. At the end of the day, folks who are interested in heavy-duty pickup trucks normally have a heavy-duty job at hand. Could the gasoline engine provide enough oomph on a regular basis in order to do everything on the checklist?

This time, we find out just that with an example of the truck that has really been put to work on the ranch, doing things like hauling cows. However, it’s also a regular commuter and a machine that has been taken on road trips as well. Needless to say, this well-rounded use could definitely provide a unique opinion that might shed some light on if this is a truck worth buying.

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