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For 1975, the 185*hp 400*cu*in (6.6*L) small-block V8 was added to the line and there was a realignment of Chevy trim levels, along with new grilles, clear/white instead of orange front turn signals. Base models gained a passenger-side woodgrain dash accent and a new plaid upholstery pattern (which would change slightly each year until 1978).
1976 brought a new gauge to show voltage, it replaced the ammeter. And the engine size decals were removed from the grille during this model year.
Fourth generation 1988–1998 (–2000)
Fourth generation / GMT400
Also called GMC Sierra
Assembly Oshawa, Ontario
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Engine(s) 250*cu*in (4.1*L) I6 (Brazil)
4.3 L V6
5.0 L V8
5.7 L V8
7.4 L V8
6.2 L diesel V8
6.5 L turbo diesel V8
Introduced in April 1987 as 1988 models (known as the GMT400 platform), there were eight different versions of the C/K line for 1988: Fleetside Single Cab, Fleetside Extended Cab, Fleetside Crew Cab, and Stepside Single Cab, each in either 2WD (C) or 4WD (K) drivelines. All C/K models would ride on independent front suspension. Three trim levels were available: Cheyenne, Scottsdale, and Silverado. Engines were a 160*hp (119*kW) 4.3 L V6, a 175*hp (130*kW) 5.0 L V8, a 210*hp (157*kW) 5.7 L V8 and a 6.2 L diesel V8. A 230*hp (172*kW) 7.4 L V8 was available in the 3/4-ton and one-ton trucks.
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland, 4X4, V6, Brilliant Black, Saddle, Skid Plates, Tow Hooks(Chrome), ACC Package, 730 RHR Radio, 20" Chrome Wheels Option.
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