GMC Sonoma Owner's Manual

The handling capability of Sonoma is the result of GMC’s century of engineering experience. You can tailor the handling to meet your needs by choosing one of Sonoma’sfour suspension packages. And whether you choose the Regular, Extended or Crew Cab, Wideside or Sportside Box, you always get the truck you need with Sonoma.

Maintenance needs vary with different uses and driving conditions. See Owner’s Manual for more information. Suggested Retail Prices for GM vehicles as of August 3, 2001.3= Not available with Highrider Suspension Package. Always use safety belts and proper child restraints, even with air bags. Children are safer when properly secured in a rear seat. See the Owner’s Manual for more safety information.

GMC Sonoma Owner's Manual

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MECHANICAL FEATURES
Coolant Long-life engine coolant (up to 5-year/150,000-mile change interval)1 Exhaust Aluminized stainless steel muffler and tailpipe Power Steering

INTERIOR EQUIPMENT
Assist Handles Passenger side Cupholders Flash-To-Pass Driver-activated momentary high-beam signaling device Retained Accessory Power Allows operation of any sunroof,power-windows, radio, and overhead console items aftervehicle is turned off

EXTERIOR EQUIPMENT
Bed Two-tier loading capacity Front Intermittent Windshield Wipers/Washer Headlamps Composite halogen Recovery Hooks Front frame-mounted (4WD only)

GMC Sonoma User Manual