GMC Pickup Trucks: Designed for Lasting Utility, Performance & Capability

The sophisticated lineup of GMC truck models have a well-known and well-deserved reputation for possessing high quality, rugged capabilities and premium interior cabins within the crowded world of pickups. Professional grade truck models such as the new GMC Canyon, GMC Sierra 1500, GMC Sierra 2500HD and the GMC Sierra 3500HD displayed in our showroom have been huge hits with genuine pickup enthusiasts all over the Sunshine State, and for very good reason.

But where did the rich history of GMC pickups begin, and what did these first-generation trucks look like? In our last blog post, we took a look at the past century of dependable Chevy trucks, but now we are taking a look way back to what a GMC pickup model looked like over 100 years ago!


How cool was that video? Like the owner stated himself in the clip above, the Continental engine is still the principle design for modern-day motors under the hood to this very day! Here at Carl Black Chevrolet Buick GMC of Orlando, we found it very interesting to check out exactly where these popular and professional-grade pickup trucks started. It is truly remarkable to consider just how far they have come, especially when you compare the truck in that video with the newest lineup of 2018 GMC pickup models that are currently inside our showroom!

While we can’t say that our technicians ever work on anything like that 1916 GMC truck that you just saw, if your GMC Canyon or Sierra pickup requires professional attention, our certified GMC service department here in Orlando is ready and waiting to serve you.

And of course, visit our dealership at your earliest convenience if you’re thinking about purchasing one of these stylish new pickup trucks from GMC for yourself!