About GMC G1500
Like the C/K trucks, the G Series is sold in 1/2-tonne, 3/4-tonne, and 1-tonne versions, and both series include passenger cars and trucks. The body is fitted with a conventional engine cover that allows access to the engine from the outside. The GMC G1500 was a lightweight 1/2-tonne pickup truck. It was sold with a driver's seat only; a passenger seat was an option. At the beginning of production, the vehicle was sold with different seating configurations, ranging from 5 to 15 passengers. In addition to the rear body without windows, the van was also available with different window configurations. These huge vans could carry extreme loads. Because of the amount of work that goes into the car, it is very susceptible to wear and tear. Mechanics need OEM GMC G1500 parts from the online shop to keep your car in top condition.
In the early years, the G1500 underwent some minor styling and interior changes. The GMC G1500 received a six-segment grille. The rectangular headlights became standard on all vehicles. While retaining the 1978 instrument panel, some parts, like a tilted steering column, were introduced. And the gearbox was moved to the floor. In addition to the optional sliding door, a second model with a side door was added to the range.
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For 1985, the body of the G1500 was redesigned with larger rear and side lights and a horizontal line at the front. The lightweight grille was inspired by the C/K pickup. In 1990, the company introduced a longer wheelbase for the GMC G1500. It was the first version of the series to have a fourth rear seat. Inside, there were a total of five rows of seats, with the driver and front passenger in a curved configuration. It was the first series van with an extended wheelbase. The interior was slightly modified, and the GMC G1500 took the shape of the four-row R/V truck steering wheel.
The GMC G1500 received a minor body upgrade in 1992 that made it comparable to better trucks. As in previous versions, two headlights were standard on vans and buses of the lower category. Some parts like four headlights were optional on buses of the higher category. During the production of the latest version of the model, new safety features were gradually introduced. Brake locking was introduced. This meant that the brake pedal had to be depressed to deactivate the parking function. All vehicles were equipped with driver airbags, and a new steering wheel and updated instrument panel were introduced. Your GMC G1500 is a good vehicle that consistently provides performance. When you need replacement parts for your car, it is better to choose the reliable OEM GMC G1500 parts from the online shop.