Used GMC for Sale in Denver


With one of the most satisfying selections of used cars for sale in Denver, CarFinders Incorporated is at your service for used GMC trucks and SUVs, too. These fantastic rides benefit from the GMC brand’s dedication to only selling trucks and SUVs — not cars — and the result is a Professional Grade difference that makes used GMCs especially well-suited for local drivers. Of course, when you do your shopping at CarFinders, you’ll discover we treat all customers with honesty and respect no matter what kind of vehicles they want to buy. And you’ll get a great deal, too, making it easy to start driving your Denver dream car today.


GMC SUVs and trucks are rightfully considered premium vehicles, but you don’t have to pay premium prices to drive them — at least not at CarFinders. We spend a significant amount of time analyzing local market conditions so that our used cars are priced relatively right from the beginning. That way, there’s no need to waste time and energy haggling, plus you can save thousands of dollars compared to the cost of a brand-new vehicle.

Nor is financing a hassle. You can get pre-approved in only a few minutes using our secure online credit application, plus our trusted network of lenders — backed by years of experience — puts us in a position to supply financing for almost everyone.

It’s also worth noting that CarFinders is known for more than having the most affordable used cars for sale in Denver. Our commitment to quality is just as strong, beginning with a careful vehicle-selection process for our top-notch inventory. It’s simple: We choose the best used cars so you can drive the best used cars!

We encourage you to see that for yourself at our clean and convenient store on E. 70th Ave. that can even offer after-hours appointments if that’s what it takes to meet your needs. You can also browse our virtual showroom from the comfort of your computer pretty much any time of day or night.

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The Professional Grade benefits of used GMC trucks and SUVs are backed by precision engineering and premium amenities. This elevates what you can do and how you can drive in a way that the less-capable used cars for sale in Denver can’t match. For example, used GMCs can be well-equipped with advanced driver-assistance systems for safety and functionality, and the brand’s impressive infotainment technology can keep connections, directions, and concert-level audio close at hand. There’s no shortage of deluxe details available for used GMCs, either. (Please keep in mind, however, that equipment can vary by model and model year.)

  • GMC is leading the way with remarkable innovations at the rear of its used trucks, including the durable CarbonPro cargo bed that’s made from carbon-fiber composite. We also love the available six-function MultiPro tailgate and the Kicker audio speakers that can be incorporated into the tailgate as well.
  • The brand supports mighty tow ratings in its used trucks and SUVs alike with camera-based trailering systems that can display up to 15 separate camera views — including one that digitally erases your trailer for a clearer idea of what’s behind you.
  • For safer travels, used GMCs are available with intelligent safety measures such as automatic emergency braking, automatic parking assistance, a blind-spot monitor, forward-collision warning, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-keeping, adaptive cruise control, rear-seat reminders, and digital rearview mirrors.
  • Luxurious leather upholstery, heated/ventilated seats, power heated steering wheels, genuine open-pore wood, panoramic sunroofs, hands-free access, signature LED lighting, Bose audio, and power running boards are among the deluxe details available in used GMCs.
  • GMC’s comprehensive array of infotainment technologies can help you stay on top of your game behind the wheel with head-up displays, digital instrument panels, large touchscreens, WiFi compatibility, wireless Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, Amazon Alexa Built-in, Bluetooth, voice recognition, wireless charging, full-color navigation, and family-friendly rear-seat entertainment systems.
  • Used GMC SUVs and trucks can put plenty of power at your command with mighty V8 engines, robust diesel units, and torque-rich turbos.


A key reason so many people shop at CarFinders is that — as you could tell by our name — we’re experts at finding you some of the most in-demand used cars for sale in Denver. In fact, many are on our lot right now. But please ask if you don’t see the model you want. Our passion for helping customers track down their favorite used cars, including used GMC trucks and SUVs, is second to none.

  • The heart and soul of the GMC lineup is the GMC Sierra truck that can be configured to meet just about anyone’s preferences. Choose from full-size and heavy-duty Sierras with multiple cab types, bed lengths, powertrains, and trim levels that span from high-function workhorses to off-road performers to luxe trucks that blend strength, style, and stunning interior accommodations.
  • The GMC Canyon brings many of the same Professional Grade exclusives to the midsize truck arena, but with nimbler dimensions for enhanced maneuverability.
  • The full-size GMC Yukon and the extended-length Yukon XL are SUVs, not trucks, but they still ride on truck-style frames to blend incredible capability and three rows of seating with the brand’s high-end details.
  • Designed for everyday adventures and a whole lot more, the compact two-row GMC Terrain and the midsize three-row GMC Acadia SUVs inspire you to explore your world with confidence.
  • GMC fine-tunes two of its trim levels — in multiple model lines — for owners with unique demands: Luxury lovers can look for flagship Denali editions, and off-road enthusiasts should ask about the brand’s AT4 versions.


The brand may sound like it was a General Motors invention, but GMC had nothing to do with GM when it was first founded. Instead, “GMC” originally referred to the Grabowsky Motor Company, which debuted in Detroit in 1900 under the leadership of Max and Morris Grabowsky. GM purchased the brothers’ business — then known as the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company — in 1908 as the foundation of its commercial trucking division.

As the years went by and more and more retail customers realized how much fun it was to own a truck, GMC started appealing to a broader range of drivers. The GMC Sierra helped set the template when it premiered in the early 1960s, and the brand even sold its version of the car-based open-bed Chevrolet El Camino in the 1970s, called the GMC Caballero. The 1990s saw the brand expand its reach with the award-winning GMC Envoy and GMC Yukon SUVs. Nowadays, the GMC brand is a top source for both trucks and SUVs across the country.

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