Heavy-duty GMC Sonoma 1994-2004 Bumper Kits
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Aftermarket GMC Sonoma 1994-2004 Bumper Kits
The GMC Sonoma replaced the popular S-15 as a compact pickup truck in 1994. With the Sonoma, GMC aimed to provide a reliable and affordable truck that had the same quality as their full-size models. The Sonoma was available with either a regular or extended cab body configuration. Initially, the Sonoma was offered with a 2.2L four-cylinder engine, but a V6 engine option became available in 1995. Inside the cabin, the Sonoma featured comfortable seating and plenty of storage space.
The first generation Sonoma was available until 2004. During its life span, the Sonoma received several updates and refinements. In 1998, the Sonoma received a mid cycle refresh, which included the addition of new wheel designs, exterior trim, interior fabrics, and revised suspension. The exterior was also updated with a new front grille, headlights, and rear bumper.
In 2001, the Sonoma received another round of updates that included a larger engine and improved suspension tuning. The standard engine was now a 4.3L Vortec V6, producing up to 220 horsepower. The optional engine was a 5.3L V8, generating between 285 and 300 horsepower. The optional off-road package also included a limited slip rear differential and low-range transfer case.
The Sonoma had strong performance credentials, with an estimated 0-60 time of under 8.0 seconds. The 4.3L Vortec V6 was the most common engine choice, and delivered good fuel economy with an EPA estimated of 16/20 city/highway. This engine was mated to a five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic. The larger 5.3L V8 partnered with a four-speed automatic transmission.
In addition to the performance upgrades, many safety features were added as well. Standard safety equipment included dual frontal airbags, antilock brakes, traction control, and a tire pressure monitoring system. Optional safety features included side-curtain airbags and an anti-theft system.
The Sonoma was a popular choice for those looking for a compact pick up truck. It was reliable, had a good powertrain, and provided great value for money. The Sonoma had a long production run, which allowed GMC to refine the truck over time and make sure it was competitive in a crowded segment. The Sonoma was last produced in 2004, when it was replaced by the Canyon. The Sonoma remains remembered as a dependable and capable truck that offered good performance and a comfortable cabin.