The GMC Jimmy is a truck version that was introduced by GMC in 1970. The GMC Jimmy was available in two and four door body styles. The production of the GMC Jimmy was stopped in 1992 and the GMC Yukon was introduced as a replacement. The initial models of the GMC Jimmy used convertible tops. The driver side air bags was not available initially and was added later. The GMC Jimmy was available in many body style and variations and many trim levels were also available based on the parts used and the modification done.
The GMC Jimmy initially used the rear-wheel drive option as standard and the part-time 4-wheel drive was available. The GMC Jimmy used the permanent wheel drive from mid 1995. The Chevrolet Blazer was a major competitor of the GMC Jimmy. The main noticeable modification of the GMC Jimmy includes the rounded sheetmetal that was used, and the 2-door featured slanted rear roof pillar parts. The GMX Jimmy used the 195-horsepower 4.3-liter V6 engine and used the 4-speed automatic transmission standard.