120 POINT INSPECTION PASSED, ALL WHEEL DRIVE, AFFORDABLE PAYMENTS!, EXTENDED WARRANTY AVAILABLE!, WHOLESALE TO THE PUBLIC, EZ-Lift Tailgate, Front fog lights, Heated front seats, Power Sunroof w/Express-Open, Radio: AM/FM Stereo w/MP3 Compatible 6CD Player, Rear-View Camera System, Remote Keyless Entry w/2 Transmitters, Universal Home Remote, USB Port, XM Radio.Our service department performs a rigorous, 120-point safety check on all of our used vehicles. When you buy a vehicle from Darling's, you're not only getting a great vehicle at a great price, you're also getting the peace of mind that comes from knowing your vehicle has been thoroughly checked by our team of highly trained technicians.Priced below KBB Fair Purchase Price!The first car you buy from a dealerships is a credit to the sales department; whether you return to buy another car from the same dealership often depends upon the service department. Our award-winning service staff is highly-trained, friendly, and driven to make the right decisions for our customers. We offer complimentary shuttle service throughout the local area and spacious customer lounges for your convenience. We also offer meet or beat tire pricing, complimentary state inspections, nitrogen tire inflation, and more. Plus, if your car needs warranty repair and must be left at the dealership overnight, youâ€™ll receive a complimentary rental until your car is ready to be picked up. When it comes to service after the sale, youâ€™ll do better at Darlingâ€™s!Awards:* JD Power Dependability StudyReviews:* If you need a pickup truck for work or pleasure and want to limit costly fill-ups, the 2011 GMC Sierra Hybrid is ready to serve. It remains the most efficient full-size truck on the road. Source: KBB.com* Smooth, quiet ride; comfortable seats; powerful V8 options; comprehensive safety equipment. Source: Edmunds
GMC continues to offer two completely different interiors for its Sierra 1500 family of pickups: Work Truck, SL and SLE trims get a so-called "pure pickup interior" that includes larger door handles and controls that are designed to be used with gloves on, while the SLT trim gets the same luxurious, softer, and more carlike interior that's used in the GMC Yukon. The SLT instrument panel is a bit lower to afford a better outward view, and several special color and trim themes are offered with the SLT exclusively. SLT models boast many more exclusive features in addition to the instrument panel; different door panels, a divided center console, heated power leather front seats and an upgraded Bose sound system are included, while the top crew-cab SLT models get a rear-seat audio system, larger glovebox and rain-sensing wipers. The Sierra Denali is a special luxury and style-oriented pickup aimed at buyers who need hauling capability, but also unparalleled luxury and low-key pickup styling as well. It only comes in crew cab form and either 2-wheel drive or all-wheel drive form. Standard equipment comes with high-performance suspension, heavy-duty trailering gear, 20-inch shiny chrome wheels, a high-performance audio system with satellite radio, full leather upholstery with 12-way power seats and leather wrapped steering wheel, power windows, locks and pedals. It's available only in black, gray or white. In most Sierra 1500 models, a stadium-style back seat is split 60/40, including a folding center armrest, and can be folded forward easily. The extended-cab versions have enough legroom for occasional use and access is aided by 170-degree back doors. Regular cab, crew cab and extended cab versions of the Sierra are available, while cargo bed lengths are 5' 8" for the short bed, 6' 6" for the standard bed, or 8 feet for the long bed. The maximum payload rating runs as high as 1,909 pounds. Across most of the model line, the Sierra has a very good ride and handles well compared to the full-size trucks of the past, with a well-tuned coil-over-shock front suspension, Hotchkiss-type rear suspension and rack-and-pinion steering. Actually, five different suspension packages are offered, each tuned for particular types of use: Z83 is for a smooth ride; Z85 is oriented for better handling and trailer towing; Z71 yields better off-road capability; Z60 is for top street performance; and NHT is for top towing capacity. Towing numbers range up to 10,700 pounds when configured with the extended cab, 6.0-liter engine and Enhanced Trailering Package. The 2011 Sierra offers four different engines--a 195-horsepower, 4.3-liter V6, a 302-hp, 4.8-liter V8, a 315-hp, 5.3-liter V8 and a 403-hp, 6.2-liter V8. The V6 comes with a 4-speed automatic, while all others get a 6-speed automatic. Fuel economy ratings are as high was 22 mpg on the highway. The Sierra Hybrid is a good option for green-minded shoppers who still need pickup capability. The 2-mode hybrid system incorporates a 6.0-liter gasoline V8, electric motor system, variable automatic transmission and nickel-metal hydride battery pack, all of which enable a 6,100-pound tow rating while allowing especially good fuel economy in city driving, with EPA ratings of 21 mpg city, 22 highway. Top options on the Sierra include Bluetooth phone connectivity, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system and a navigation system with XM Nav Traffic, plus a rearview camera system that aids visibility while parking this tall vehicle.