The bowtie provides a superior drag coefficient. It's enough to shave a tenth off your quarter mile time. But I bought a Chevy mainly because there is only one dealer here in Anchorage that will do warranty work on a GMC. Most GMC dealers will do both, but a Chevy only dealer will not handle GMC. Other than that I know that the trim packages vary somewhat. And I have heard it claimed that GMCs tend to hold value a little better. --SS
The base price is usually quite a bit higher but when you price two identical trucks its usually within a couple hundred dollars. My truck was about $200 more than the Chevy. My dealer sells both and built them up both ways for me.
I hope you were kidding when you said General Motors Of Canada, because as we all know it is General Motors Corporation, and a around here a chevy only dealer will service any GM car or truck, they all get paid by GM so they will do the work.
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