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Currently I have a 2009 Sierra 1500 and 2000 Sierra 2500 and I'm looking to replace the 2500 as it's more truck than I need.

I'm looking for a 1500 work truck with a regular cab. I'm undecided on long Or short bed, and 2wd or 4wd. I really like the look of a truck with the regular cab and short bed, but I don't know how practical that will be. The only option I want is the work truck preferred group option as I would really like cruise control. I'm fine with having a base model truck as it will get beat up for work.

Msrp for the 2wd is something like 22,980, and the 4wd is 26,200$; both short bed. What should I be looking to pay for these trucks? I know GM has a 2,000$ off incentive this month. I'm going to look for a leftover 2010 too but there are not many around now.

I have also looked into a Colorado/Canyon, but I'm not too sure I want something that small.


Are there any important features I'm missing? This truck will be a nice upgrade from my 2000 Sierra 2500 work truck.

Tom

---------- Post added at 08:34 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:33 AM ----------

Another question: vinyl or cloth seats?
 

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Do you plan on using this for a true work truck or a part-time work truck?
 

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I have a 2009 Sierra SLT, which I will keep or eventually get a SUV, so it will be just a work truck.
 

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Well for strickly a work truck I'd go with a long bed, reg. cab and since you live in NY I'd get 4x4 for winter. Colorado/Canyon just to small for work trucks.
 

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The 2010 Sierra Work Truck with the Work Truck Preferred Package requires Regular or Extended Cab models. Both the regular and extended cabs are available with the standard and long box. The standard box measures 78.70 inches long while the long box measures 97.80 inches long. This is available in either vinyl or cloth. If you are looking to use this as a work truck, I would recommend vinyl. The current MSRP for the 2010 Sierra 1500 Work Truck, 2WD Regular Cab, and Standard Box is $20,850.00 with a destination charge of $995.00. The current MSRP for the 2010 Sierra 1500 Work Truck, 2WD Regular Cab, and Long Box is $21,240.00 with a destination charge of $995.00. The current MSRP for the 2010 Sierra 1500 Work Truck, 2WD Extended Cab, and Standard Box is $25,395.00 with a destination charge of $995.00. The current MSRP for the 2010 Sierra 1500 Work Truck, 2WD Extended Cab, and Long Box is $27,435.00 with a destination charge of $995.00. Keep in mind that all prices provided represent the current Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price and do not include tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional or dealer installed equipment. I am also going to provide you a link to a site where you can get more information on the vehicles. Good luck with your purchase. Thank you.

Tricia, GM Customer Service.

http://www.gmc.com/sierra/1500/index.jsp
 
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