About GMC Sonoma
The GMC Sonoma is a compact pickup truck that first came out in 1991. The car was produced by Chevrolet as a"quarter-ton pickup".It was the first American-built compact pickup of the big three automakers in the US. The manufacturer of the auto is General Motors. It was the first to introduce the compact sport utility and the auto is especially praised for its Sporty styling. The model years of the automobile are from 1991 to 2004. The Sonoma is mainly assembled in the Moraine Assembly in Moraine, Ohio, and in the Shreveport Assembly in Shreveport, Louisiana.
When it comes to the body and chassis, the Sonoma belongs to the category of a pickup chuck. The auto is a light-duty truck that has an enclosed cabin and an open cargo area with low sides and a tailgate. In automotive design, the truck adopts a front-engine, front-wheel-drive (FWD) layout, or FF layout. The Sonoma places both the internal combustion engine and driven roadwheels at the front of the vehicle. A look into the exterior dimensions of the car may allow more detailed comprehension. The Sonoma is 67.9 in (1,725 mm) in width and 63.5 in (1,613 mm) in height.
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The development of the GMC Sonoma can be divided into two periods. To begin with, the Sonoma made its debut in 1991, as a refined version of the GMC S-15. And the Sierra trim packages were dropped to avoid confusion with the new Sierra full-size pickup. Some Sonomas that were produced in 1992 and 1993 came with a factory-equipped L35 W-code engine parts. Then, the second-generation GMC Sonama arrived for the 1994 model year. In order to comply with the Clean Air Act, all second-generation Sonomas equipped with the parts of air conditioning began to use CFC-free R134a refrigerant that year. The engine parts for the auto are available from 1.95 Liter to 4.3 Liter, depending on the different model years.
The GMC Sonoma stands out for its durable quality, excellent performance, and comfortable driving experience throughout the years. It offers an extensive array of available accessory parts and classic OEM parts, all in good shape and rock-solid quality. The truck has a fuel-efficient engine and a powerful optional V6, which can now make 190 horsepower and is standard on all 4WD trucks. The Sonoma can actually be fitted to meet almost about any requirement, from utility hauler to off-road bruiser.