2016 GMC Sierra 2500 HD
CategoryTrucks / SUVs
2016 GMC Sierra 2500 HD
What’s up y’all! We got ourselves a ’16 2500 with the 6.0 L gas motor, 6L90 transmission, G80 electronic locker, and in a 2WD drivetrain configuration with only 30.3k miles! Title is clean and readily available.
Added a Prowler Max grille guard, Gatorback *rubber* mudflaps, WeatherTech front and rear floor mats, Mag-Hytec rear differential cover, 2.5” Weigh Safe powder coated black steel drop hitch, CARB compliant AFE cold air intake, Flowmaster 50 series HD muffler, Pedal Commander throttle response controller, Boost Auto Parts LED Switchback GM Tow Mirror Marker Lights, Boost Auto Parts heated over glass, a couple of BOLT locks keyed specifically to this truck, a couple of accessory LEDs, Morimoto XB HID D5S 5500K drop in bulbs, Morimoto XB LED fog lights, and all incandescent bulbs have been swapped out with LEDs (including turn signals; no hyper flash). In case you were wondering, it does have the Apple CarPlay/Android Auto functionality. Dealer put in Firestone Ride-Rite airbags before purchasing just in case I wanted to tow with it. Never really got to use this truck to it’s full potential; it was basically a grocery getter 🤣, as well as going to school and back. Never went off roading with it; it’s been a pavement princess it’s whole life.
Bought it in Southern California; it’s stayed here it’s whole life and never seen snow or any harsh weather conditions. Recently, put on some mud tires as well as threw in a set of John C Garage drop shackles to level it out. Ride was not compromised whatsoever by doing a reverse level.
As far as maintenance goes, I’ve kept up really well with regular PM (preventative maintenance) services such as performing an oil change every 5,000 miles using Amsoil signature series full synthetic oil and Amsoil/Wix XP filters. On top of that, I perform annual brake fluid flushes to make sure the brakes are in top notch condition. Using the highest quality lubricants and parts to make sure the truck runs at its best. Basically, I’ve directed a lot of my attention to this truck so you know it’s well maintained and road ready.
With the EPA getting stricter with diesel trucks day in and day out, this specific powertrain is bulletproof and doesn’t require the level of commitment to stay CARB compliant. Not to mention, maintenance is very low and considerably affordable compared to its diesel counterparts. Worrying about clogged DPFs, regenerations, and/or filling DEF fluid are not issues that you have to worry about. Just fill gasoline and go; just make sure to keep up on the regular maintenance and this truck will be a hauler.
As stated earlier, this is well taken care of clean southern truck with no rust. It’s been a pavement pounder it’s whole life and the mileage it has accumulated over the past 5 years backs that up.
Contact @kahlon_714 or Paul (714) 768-5648.
Located in Buena Park, CA.