No matter if you're hauling, off-roading, or just want to be the
biggest one on the block, this 2009 GMC Sierra 3500 Crew Cab Dually
is the right truck. With Duramax diesel power, 4x4 convenience, a
loaded four-door interior, and plenty of mean style, this is the
intersection of commercial-grade ability and custom flair.
This is the baddest machine coming down the road. After all, a tall
and wide 4x4 dually is a serious machine. And when it's finished in
white, the black pieces not only add to the aggression, but they
are also showcasing some of the largest abilities. For example, the
blackout front end is both intimidating and has upgraded brighter
headlights. There are also wide towing mirrors, a proper rear
trailer hitch, and the cab running lights are even in a dark
housing. The darkness in the truck bed shows off the fifth wheel
attachment, plastic side guards, and an auxiliary fuel tank, and so
you know this is great for taking the big toys on the long haul.
And because of all this ability, you will find some signs of use in
the bed, fenders, and some other areas. But the overall impression
is quite clean and well-kept. After all, only having five figures
on the odometer is like barely being broken in on a diesel dually.
And those 10-lug wheels done in black really let you know this one
is ready to get down to business.
Inside is long-haul comfort. The front seat allows you to sit three
across, or fold down the jump seat for bucket-like comfort. The
driver's one even power adjusts. You can even adjust the pedals.
The Crew Cab lives up to its name by having full rear doors and
room for your adult crew. Or you can fold up the rear seats for
added secured storage. A loaded truck like this means you never go
wanting for features. It includes power windows, power locks, power
mirrors, keyless entry/alarm, cup holder center console, backup
radar, and dual-zone A/C climate control. And your stereo is now an
AM/FM touchscreen interface that includes Bluetooth, power
speakers, and satellite navigation.
Under the hood is the 6.6-liter Duramax LMM. Those who love turbo
diesel powerhouses know this is the one that's in demand because it
was built before the DEF requirement. And because this is a modern
machine, it's also mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that
works with the computer and motor to deliver the ideal gear no
matter if you have a big job or running light. The push-button
four-wheel drive completes a package of outstanding versatility.
Plus, with power steering, power four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, and
cruise control, this one really knows how to eat away the miles
Someone made plenty of the right investments into an already
capable truck. So if you hurry, you get to reap all the rewards.