About GMC K2500
The fourth-generation GMT400 C/K was introduced in April 1987 for the 1988 model year and was produced for almost 14 years, with some minor modifications during production. The K2500 is one of them. It is a 3/4-tonne all-wheel-drive truck manufactured by General Motors. These trucks are built for heavy work on the construction site or on the farm. If you want to take good care of your car, use the OEM GMC K2500 parts from the online shop when you need new components. You know that genuine GMC K2500 parts are made to last.
The GMC K2500's look was somewhat altered in 1990, with the top versions' four sealed-beam headlights being replaced with integrated white-glass headlamps. Two high-beam headlights were still included in the basic trim. The GMT400 replaced two-seat pick-ups and big SUVs for the 1992 model year, over five years after its debut. The basic 'Bonus Cab' label was not kept since this cab was borrowed from the extended cab. Wearing parts on your automobile must be changed as it ages to prevent significant difficulties. When you want replacement parts for your K2500, it is preferable to buy OEM GMC K2500 parts from the online shop.
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Only a few alterations were made to the GMT400 chassis in 1993. Front seats were added to the expanded cabs. In 1994, the old chassis was mostly kept. Rear seats and other GMC K2500 parts are now standard on all two-seater cabs. The number of trim levels was also reduced from four to two.
All GMT400 vehicles got a mid-cycle upgrade for the 1995 model year. The redesigned front end came with the new parts. The side mirrors were redesigned and expanded to match the Suburban SUV. The expanded cabs come equipped with rear-opening side windows. Driver airbags, all-wheel ABS, central brake lights (CHMSL), and chain guards are standard on all GMC K2500 models, as well as a variety of other safety features. The dashboard was slightly redesigned in 1997 to include a passenger airbag. To take advantage of remaining availability, GMC offered the fourth-generation model and its replacement in the 1999 model year to take advantage of remaining availability.