Brand new GMC trucks are available for purchase at many GM dealerships, while used GMC trucks are found at various used vehicle lots and for sale by owner through classifieds such as Craigslist.com. GMC trucks are very similar to their GM counterparts, Chevrolet trucks.
GMC's line of trucks, which includes vans, SUVs, crossover vehicles and heavy-duty and light pickup trucks, as well as commercial vehicles, are frequently found at GM dealerships also selling Chevrolet, Buick and Cadillac models. The brand's new commercial trucks and vans are generally not available at most dealerships and must be ordered from a catalog. However, the company designates GMC Business Elite dealer representatives at many of its dealerships. These representatives are qualified to help customers find the right commercial GMC model for their needs. Once a customer agrees on a given model as well as its features, the representative orders it to be shipped to the selected dealership.
GMC also offers certified pre-owned trucks, vans and SUVs at many GM dealerships throughout the United States. These trucks are sold with vehicle history reports after having undergone a 172-point inspection by GM mechanics. They are also sold with limited warranties. The GMC.com website offers a dealer locator for these vehicles.