2003 GMC Ratings, Reviews and Awards

GMC is known for producing some of the most rugged and powerful trucks, SUVs and vans on the market, so most of its improvements for 2003 went straight to the technical function of its vehicles. The Envoy and Envoy XL, for example, got an engine boost with more horsepower, plus a larger 22-gallon fuel tank over its predecessors. GMC released an improved braking system for the Safari passenger van, and new to the Sierra 1500 was a standard electronic thrott...

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2003 GMC Envoy

Envoy

The Envoy melds daily utility with ample cargo space alongside family-friendliness with comfortable seating for seven, including a third row.

Avg. Price
$4,350
mpg city / hwy
13 / 19
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2003 GMC Envoy XL

Envoy XL

The elongated version of the standard Envoy includes a third-row split-bench seat and even more cargo space than the original, making this SUV ideal for families and road trips.

Avg. Price
$4,350
mpg city / hwy
13 / 19
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2003 GMC Safari Passenger

Safari Passenger

The Safari Passenger doesn’t get tied down in too many frills and extras. This van focuses on utility and roominess for passengers with no-nonsense design.

Avg. Price
$5,850
mpg city / hwy
13 / 18
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2003 GMC Sierra 1500

Sierra 1500

This pickup truck looks robust in its styling and features 200 horsepower with 260 lb.-ft of torque for those who need light towing and the convenience of a truckbed.

Avg. Price
$7,995
mpg city / hwy
12 / 16
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2003 GMC Sierra 1500HD

Sierra 1500HD

The extended cab in the Sierra 1500HD provides more room with the two-door design and 300 horsepower with 360 lb.-ft of torque.

Avg. Price
$8,950
mpg city / hwy
N/A
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2003 GMC Sierra 2500HD

Sierra 2500HD

The Sierra 2500HD builds off the basics of the standard version but with improved towing capabilities and four-wheel-drive coming standard in the extended cab.

Avg. Price
$11,475
mpg city / hwy
N/A
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2003 GMC Sierra 3500

Sierra 3500

This pickup truck has a two-door and four-door cab option and 300 horsepower with 360 lb.-ft of torque for basic utility and function as a work truck or daily ride.

Avg. Price
$15,999
mpg city / hwy
N/A
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2003 GMC Sierra Denali

Sierra Denali

The Denali is a serious pickup truck with robust design, an exterior footstep for the high-profile cabs, and extended models are available for comfortable seating.

Avg. Price
$7,995
mpg city / hwy
12 / 16
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2003 GMC Sonoma

Sonoma

This pickup truck is no-nonsense and basic design for those who don’t want the largest pickup on the block, with two-door as well as four-door extended cab.

Avg. Price
$5,499
mpg city / hwy
14 / 18
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2003 GMC Yukon

Yukon

Full-size SUV with plenty of cargo room in the pack, comfortable seating, and 275 horsepower with 290 lb.-ft of torque, ideal for families who also tow a small camper or boat.

Avg. Price
$5,750
mpg city / hwy
12 / 16
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2003 GMC Yukon Denali

Yukon Denali

The Denali trim of GMC’s Yukon ups the horsepower from 275 to 320 and offers 365 lb.-ft of torque for improved towing and adds in all-wheel-drive.

Avg. Price
$5,750
mpg city / hwy
12 / 16
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2003 GMC Yukon XL

Yukon XL

This full-size SUV adds an extended end for even roomier seating and notably more cargo space in the rear, ideal for those who pack up lots of camping supplies or sports gear.

Avg. Price
$5,500
mpg city / hwy
12 / 16
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2003 GMC Yukon XL Denali

Yukon XL Denali

This full-size SUV is the top of GMC’s Yukon family with an extended cab in the back for ample cargo room and a robust 320 horsepower for outdoorsy or sporty families.

Avg. Price
$5,500
mpg city / hwy
12 / 16
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