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  • Quadrasteer


    A GMC Sierra Denali equipped with Quadrasteer, rear steering angleQuadrasteer is the name of a four wheel steering system developed by Delphi Corporation while under the ownership of General Motors for use in automobiles. It was available as an option on GM's full-size pickup trucks and 2500 Suburbans for model years 2002 through 2005. Such a system can be a useful feature to people who tow regularly, as it enables a person to turn their vehicle in tighter spaces than if they had a regular steering system. It was costly, adding as much as $5,600 initially (later reduced to about $2,000 and then $1,000 to boost acceptance) to the price of the vehicle. Many people, especially those who tow boats, fifth wheels, or other large equipment found the system useful enough to justify the expense.

  • Isuzu D-Max


    The Isuzu D-Max is a pickup truck manufactured since 2002 by Isuzu Motors. It shares the same platform with several General Motors (GM) mid-size trucks in the United States such as the Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon and Isuzu i-Series. The Chevrolet Colorado name is also applied to a rebadged version of the D-Max in the Middle East and Thailand, although not identical to the American version. The original D-Max is sold alongside the Chevrolet Colorado in the Thai market where they are both built. In Australasia between 2003 and 2008, the D-Max was marketed as the Holden Rodeo, but has since been relaunched as the Holden Colorado. The Isuzu D-Max itself was also introduced in Australia during 2008, selling alongside the Holden-badged offering.

  • GMC Sierra


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