The top positive thing about the truck is the engine. The big news for 2000 is the arrival of an extended cab with four doors this winter. The Silverado gets the fourth door as well. We went to the 'compound' - a big area that was meant to be turned into a residential neighborhood but the project was put on the back burner mid way through. Leaving this old metal truck out on the road in exposed weather conditions tends to rust it heavily.
This feature has saved me a couple times from what could have been a bad accident. Now they can't get enough. It hardly feels like your towing anything. Models with the short cargo bed can be equipped with optional flared rear fenders called Sportside. It alerts you by vibrating your seat and flashing red lights at the base of the dash onto the windshield. Incredibly awesome ride, has great power, and is very dependable. It has heated seats, air conditioned seats, and great sound quality.
The truck was built strong and lasts long. Now, there are rear-opening doors on both sides. The overall quality of the vehicle is exceptional. Another downside is the strange weight issue it seems to have. I'm happy I paid extra for it. It's also a great car you can drive daily.
Mine has a step on the side which I love. General Motors claims the rear doors on its extended-cab models are the largest among full-size pickups. It provides great accessibility for the bed with one step. All models are available with four-wheel drive, which comes two ways in the Sierra. Makes maneuvering the vehicle a breeze. Worry about the other people you hit, not yourself! I've been able to haul extremely heavy loads, including heavy generators that weigh 9,000 lbs. The rear doors cannot be opened unless the front doors are opened first.
Parts are cheap, repairs are cheap, and installations are pretty straight forward. This vehicle has early collision alert system, where if you are approaching another vehicle quickly but not slowing down, it will alert you. I love the reliability, how comfortable the seats are, and somehow it can still be sporty. Couldn't be happier with that feature; however, I do have an error currently with that feature currently, and it states it needs to be reset. Only have had to make minor repairs considering the truck is over 20 years old.
I really like the dependability of this truck. I essentially bought her from my grandma when I was 18 and n. It was, and probably if you can find it still is,. Parts are older, made differently, sometimes a piece can be hard to find or difficult to install. I'm not sure how I would park it without it. It has heated seats, air conditioned seats, and great sound quality.
The rear bench is reclined 18 degrees, making it more comfortable than most rear seats in extended cabs, which are usually bolt upright. I don't have to worry about it breaking down a bunch or not starting. Incredibly awesome ride, has great power, and is very dependable. It's a one of kind looking truck that you can't mistake on the road! I have driven a Chevy, Ford and Dodge and would rate this truck above all of these in all areas. It's very top heavy due to the high center of gravity. Now, there are rear-opening doors on both sides. It's a solid model, can stand up to any weather, doesn't really like ocean weather though, and you don't have to worry if you get into an accident.
What more could you ask for? Previously, the Sierra Club Cab came with two front doors and a passenger-side third door that opens toward the rear. It's old, so a car like this definitely needs a lot of tender love and care. It was, and probably if you can find it still is, really cheap and affordable to purchase and maintain. I really like the dependability of this truck. It could use another 50 hp to be the ultimate supreme.
Regular-cab models come with a three-place bench seat or a pair of buckets, and the Club Cab adds a three-place rear bench. It's old, so a car like this definitely needs a lot of tender love and care. Interior The extended-cab Sierra boasts more room than the ones offered by Dodge, Ford or Toyota. If you have a garage, I'd suggest storing your vehicle inside whenever you aren't using it. Models with the short cargo bed can be equipped with optional flared rear fenders called Sportside. The cloth interior has held up well over the past 20 years, The truck has close to 200,000 miles and still runs strong.