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Keith Griffin

Understanding the ABCs of Used Pickup Terms

By November 24, 2012

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When it comes to used pickup trucks, frankly, I defer to experts much wiser than I for explanations of what all those acronyms mean.

I kind explain all of the acronyms around used cars and SUVs readily. But ask me what GAWR, GVWR and GCWR mean and I'm going to get stumped. Well, in the past I would have been stumped but now I can just refer to my article on what GAWR, GVWR and GCWR mean.

That's thanks to the good folks at GMC that I can explain what those terms mean - or at least tell people where to head if they don't understand those terms. (I've always thought myself more like a librarian than an expert when it comes to pickups.)

Pay heed to what those acronyms mean. They can help you avoid buying too little or too much pickup.

November 27, 2012 at 11:17 am
(1) Joe Panozzo says:

Never had a truck until 1989 and that Chevy lasted 20 years with almost zero problems. Now have a 2009 Nissan Frontier. I think the utility of a truck just blows away a car, especially for yard work and projects. Plus, trucks now are comfortable with all the conveniences.

December 5, 2012 at 2:25 am
(2) 車買い取り査定 says:

You cannot survive with a car if you donít own an insurance policy, this is because you might meet an accident, and you can recover all expenses later if you have got

insurance policy otherwise you may end with nothing.

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