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2009 GMC Sierra 1500 new add

I hard that the company add a knew hydraulic system
is it really change performers

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The 2009 GMC Sierra adds a gas/electric hybrid model to its lineup. Sierra offers regular, extended, and crew cab body styles
if it really change the performance hard to answer it all about personal experience, buy it and try it

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