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Used 2013 GMC Sierra 1500 - Internet Auto Rent and Sales - Boise, ID 

On the search for the perfect used pickup truck? Make your choice simple and check out the 2013 GMC Sierra 1500. The 2013 Sierra 1500 provides everything one could ask for in a truck, like powerful V8 engines, a smooth and comfortable ride, and a wide range of body styles. Best of all, it delivers an overall performance that boasts capability. With core strengths like these there's no wonder so many find GMC's 2015 Sierra 1500 to be an excellent truck. But what else does it offer? Continue reading to find out!

Trim Levels

One thing that is so appealing about the 2013 GMC Sierra 1500 is that it can be found in a variety of trim levels (5), body styles (3) and bed lengths (3). The mid-level SLE trim is an excellent choice, providing all of the essentials, along with a few niceties that make it stand out. It is equipped with:

  • Cruise control

  • 40/20/40-split front bench seat

  • CD/MP3 stereo with auxiliary audio jack and satellite radio

  • Keyless entry

  • Full power accessories

Other items that make the Sierra 1500 SLE stand out more than lower trim levels, include:

  • Upgraded seat upholstery

  • Lockable compartment with power outlet

  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror

  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel

Engine Power and Strength

The 2013 GMC Sierra 1500 comes with one of four engines. Which one you get depends on which trim you opt for. The Sierra SLE, for example, houses either a 4.8-liter V8 that creates 302 horsepower and 305 pound-feet of torque or a 5.8-liter V8 that makes 315 horsepower and 335 pound-feet of torque. The 4.8-liter V8 comes with a four-speed automatic transmission; the 5.8-liter V8 gets a six-speed automatic transmission.

What you'll find with the Sierra SLE engines is that they are both very capable in power and strength. The 4.8-liter V8 delivers solid power, while the 5.3-liter V8 makes the Sierra even more powerful with increased strength – two elements that make it a true muscle truck.

Wondering about tow rates? When properly equipped, the 2013 GMC Sierra 1500 can tow up to 10,700 pounds.

Interior Design and Features

The 2013 GMC Sierra 1500 may be a used truck, but that doesn't take anything away from its overall appeal – including its interior design and features. This full-size truck shows off a high-quality fit and finish with an upscale dash, door panel treatment, full center console and attractive wood grain and metallic accents. The word that comes to mind to describe these interior elements is 'fancy'.

Also adding to the 2013 Sierra 1500's luxury interior is its excellent level of comfort, which makes calm or rough roads and short or long drives smooth and enjoyable. The interior of the Sierra 1500 also provides versatility with flip-up rear-seat cushions that creates a nearly-flat load floor. This is a definite advantage when having to load cargo, whether it be groceries or more rugged supplies. Even better is that interior storage can take a vacation when you pile gear into the Sierra's three cargo bed. Bed length varies from 5.8-ft. short bed, 6.6-foot standard bed and an 8-foot long bed.

For a used truck that provides core strengths and even some extras, the 2013 GMC Sierra 1500 is a worthy choice. To check out this truck and our huge selection of other worthy picks, click here.


This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged 2013 Sierra 1500, 2013 GMC Sierra, 2013 GMC Sierra 1500, Sierra 1500 SLE, Sierra SLE, 2013 Sierra SLE, used trucks on 10/12/2016 at 11:51 AM

 Used 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 - Internet Auto Rent and Sales - Boise, ID

For a used full-size pickup truck that provides a winning combination of class, style, ride quality and performance, the 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 is hard to beat. Continue reading to learn a bit more about this must-have truck.

Trim Levels

The 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 makes it easy to find exactly what you're looking for in a full-size pickup truck with its availability in multiple body styles, bed lengths and trim levels. Trim levels cover all the bases, providing all the basics and even some upscale niceties. If you're looking for a simple, “serves its purpose” sort of truck without much glitz or glam, the 2011 Ram 1500's base-level trim, the ST, is the definite choice. With 17-inch steel wheels, vinyl upholstery, vinyl floor covering and 40/20/40-split front bench seat, the basics are easily covered. Also included is a six-speaker stereo with CD player and auxiliary audio jack.

The next stop on the 2011 lineup of the Ram 1500 is the SLT trim. The SLT is a great choice if you want the basics in upscale form. Wheels change from 17-inch steel to 17-inch alloy, floor coverings are carpeted instead of vinyl, and upholstery also ditches the vinyl and instead comes in cloth. Chrome exterior trim is added for more intriguing styling. The SLT also gains:

  • Heated exterior mirrors

  • Cruise control

  • Full power accessories

  • Power-sliding rear window

  • Keyless entry

Electronics also get a boost with the addition of a trip computer and satellite radio.

If you want to add a sports element to your Ram 1500, the Sport trim is your golden ticket. The Sport trim houses a larger V8 engine, which provides more power. It also features a dual exhaust system, body-colored grille, impressive 20-inch chrome wheels, foglamps and unique bucket seats. The Sport also gets niceties like auto-dimming rear- and side-view mirrors, a 10-way power driver seat and split-folding rear seat with under-seat storage. The electronics in the Sport are also nicely enhanced with the inclusion of a touchscreen display, Bluetooth connectivity and upgraded audio system with CD/DVD/MP3 player, USB port, HD radio and 30 GB hard drive.

For the most impressive 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 – inside and out – the top-level Laramie is the obvious choice. Featuring all of the wow-worthy content found in the Sport trim, the Laramie also includes:

  • Power-folding exterior mirrors

  • Rear park assist

  • Power-adjustable pedals

  • Driver memory functions

  • Leather upholstery

  • Dual-zone automatic climate control

  • Heated front seats

  • Heated steering wheel

  • Remote start engine

  • Fender flares

  • Upgraded audio with subwoofer

The Laramie also shows off extra aesthetic features, like two-tone paint, additional exterior chrome trim and wood-grain chrome interior trim.

Powertrains and Towing

The 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 provides strength in power and towing – two elements that are most sought-after in a pickup truck. Depending on trim level, the 2011 Ram 1500 houses one of three engines: 3.7-liter V6, 4.7-liter V8 or 5.7-liter V8. Which engine will serve you best? Here are some stats.

  • 3.7-liter V6: 4-speed automatic transmission: 215 horsepower/235 pound-feet of torque

  • 4.7-liter V8: 5-speed automatic transmission: 310 horsepower/330 pound-feet of torque

  • 5.7-liter V8: 5-speed automatic transmission: 390 horsepower/407 pound-feet of torque

Maximum towing capacity for the 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 stands at 10,250 pounds.

Intrigued by what you've learned so far about the 2011 Dodge Ram 1500? We don't blame you! Check it out with us at our dealership in Boise, ID. Or, view our huge selection of inventory by clicking here.



This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged 2011 Dodge Ram 1500, 2011 Dodge Ram, used trucks, used pickup trucks, best-selling trucks, best used trucks, used cars and trucks, online car dealers, Dodge Ram, Dodge on 10/12/2016 at 1:16 PM

 Pre-owned GMC Sierra - Internet Auto Rent and Sales - Boise, ID


New or used, the GMC Sierra is one of the top full-size pickup trucks on the market. It's loved for its powerful and fuel-efficient engines, well-built and comfortable interior, and quiet on-road demeanor. But, just like any vehicle, problems can occur. One of the most dramatic malfunctions a vehicle can experience is radiator problems. With the heat and pressure that's contained within the cooling system, radiator problems can lead to a cloud of steam and a disabled vehicle. But while the radiator is often to blame, there are many other reasons your vehicle's cooling system is not working correctly. Here are some of the most common problems found in the cooling system.


Failed Thermostat

When a vehicle overheats, the most common culprit is a failed thermostat. While the thermostat is not actually a part of the radiator, it does play a very important role in its health by controlling how much coolant can flow in and out. This helps keep the engine at an optimal operating temperature. When a thermostat fails, the result is an overheating car.


Radiator Hose Leak

If your cooling system has sprung a leak, it's not usually the radiator that's to blame; it's usually the radiator hoses. Hoses connect the radiator to the engine, allowing coolant to flow between the two. Unfortunately, radiator hoses are prone to failure over time and need to be replaced periodically – whether they are working or not.


Radiator Leak

While radiator hoses are typically responsible for leaks, the radiator can also be to blame. Radiator leaks are much harder to locate and repair than leaks in radiator hoses, so you may have your work cut out for you. To tell if a leak is coming from the radiator, look for clues such as bubbles or steam. Also note that while radiators can sometimes be patched, it can be pretty tricky, leaving you with the sole option of buying a new one.


Water Pump Failure

A key component of an automotive cooling system is the water pump. Its job is to move coolant throughout the engine in order to regulate the temperature. Water is pumped through the radiator, past the pump, into the engine and then forced back into the radiator. If your vehicle suffers from a failed water pump, water is no longer able to circulate properly, which leads to overheating.


Trapped Air in the Cooling System

If your vehicle has been running warmer than usual, it could be due to air in the cooling system. If air becomes trapped in the cooling system, the flow of coolant becomes restricted, and in turn, the cooling system becomes less efficient and overheating occurs.


Obstruction in the Cooling System

If your cooling system suffers from an obstruction, it will ultimately overheat. When an obstruction occurs, it becomes difficult for coolant to flow as efficiently as it should. Obstructions can also restrict the flow of air through the radiator, which make the transfer of heat to air impossible. This problem can be caused by a number of things such as bent fins or body damage from an accident.

Click here to learn more about the GMC Sierra and other automotive tips and tricks or stop by Internet Auto Rent and Sales in Boise, ID near Meridian and Nampa, ID.


This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged GMC Sierra, used GMC vehicles, used GMC trucks, Sierra, new and used Sierra truck, new and used GMC Sierra, radiator, automotive radiator, radiator problems, cooling system, automotive cooling system on 09/20/2016 at 12:57 PM

 Used Chrysler

If given the choice between getting a new car or one that is used, most would quickly opt for new. Sure, there are several perks to owning a brand-new car (new-car smell, no previous owners, etc.), but used cars are actually a much more worthy investment.

First, imagine a used car. What does it look like? If you're like most, the initial picture of a used car that comes to mind is not a very good one. It is probably old, full of dings, and very well worn inside and out. Sure, this vision may be accurate every now and then (there are definitely some lemons out there!), used care are typically in very good condition.


Take the Chrysler 200, for example. Standing as a midsize sedan, consumers love the Chrysler 200 for its strong engine, composed ride and handling, high-quality materials, and much much more. And it doesn't matter which model year you choose, because the Chrysler 200 has been showing off sought-after qualities for years.


If you are in the market for a car, here are the top reasons to opt for used.


Better Price

New cars show off bright and shiny paint, all of the latest features, and an overall fresh feeling inside and out. But, all of these things come at a cost – and it's a very high cost! The price gap between new and used cars is a huge $20,000! That's a hefty chunk of change for a fresh coat of paint. Used cares are just as visually appealing as new ones – so much so that you may not even be able to tell it's used. Just think of it this way: with savings as high as $20,000, you could buy two used cars for the price of one.


Better Depreciation Value

A major pro for used cars is better depreciation value. New cars lose a huge portion of their value immediately – as in the second they roll of the dealership lot. In fact, in just the first year of a new car's life, up to 40% of its value is lost.

Used cars also don't cause as much mental depreciation as new cars. Any dings a used car has got them well before you buy it, so there's no need to worry about any “first” dings or chips because the previous owner already took care of those for you.



New cars are only new for one to two years. This means a very limited list of vehicles to choose from. Used cars, on the other hand, offer a much wider, almost never-ending list of options. Do you have your eye set on a 2002 Chrysler 200? What about a 1979 Mustang? Buying used means an unlimited list of choices, which means you can pretty much drive what you have your heart set on.



Shopping for and buying used cars today is much different than it was in years past. This is in large thanks to technology. Before, hen you decided to shop for a used car, you had to trust solely in the seller and what they told you about the car for sale. Today, however, consumers have knowledge right at their fingertips with the internet's many websites. One, for example, is CarFax. This well-known and well-loved website allows you to find out historical information about a specific vehicle – when/if it has been in an accident, parts that have been replaced, how many owners it has had, etc. This means sellers can't just tell you what you want to hear in order to make a sale. Instead, you are able to make a well-informed decision on whether or not you want to invest in a vehicle.


For more information on the Chrysler 200 and other used cars, click here.

Internet Auto Rent & Sales in Boise sells used carstrucks and SUVs that are like new that include ChryslerFordHyundaiChevy,DodgeRamNissanHondaBMWToyota and many more. We are located in Boise, ID, near to Meridian and Nampa.

This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged used cars, used chrysler, used chrysler 200, used sedan, used luxury car, used car dealer, on 09/20/2016 at 12:34 PM

2013 Chevy Silverado - Internet Auto Rent and Sales - Boise, ID


So you're in the market for a used pickup truck. If you've checked out our online inventory, you know there is a huge list of choices to consider. While lots of choices means you are bound to find the exact truck of your dreams, it also means a potentially long and tiring shopping process. Let us help you narrow down your list of options with a look at one pickup that stands at the top of any truck lovers must-have list – the Chevy Silverado.


The 2013 Chevy Silverado is one of the most sought-after trucks there is on the used automotive market. It was also one of the most sought-after trucks when it was brand new in 2013. What makes it such an incredible pickup truck you ask? Well, for starters, the Silverado combines excellent power and performance alongside a healthy list of amenities. It also boasts an interior that is refined and comfortable, and a very quiet ride that is truly enjoyable for all who find themselves inside. But that's not all. Here's a closer look at the top reasons the 2015 Chevy Silverado makes the ultimate used truck purchase.


Unbeatable Towing Power

Do you want a truck with lots of towing power? If so, the  Chevy Silverado can't be beat thanks to the Silverados available engines. Those equipped with the standard V6 engine can easily haul over 7,600 pounds. But if you require even more strength, you'll find it in Silverados that house the larger 6.2-liter engine with eight-speed automatic transmission – a duo that delivers an impressive tow rate for any full-size pickup truck of up to 12,000 pounds.


Many Configurations

What sets Chevrolet trucks like the 2013 Silverado apart from the competition is its many configurations in terms of body style and bed length. The Silverado can be found in three different body styles: standard cab, double cab and crew cab. All provide lots of room, but for the most, double cab Silverado offer more, and even add a great deal more storage space.

Depending on body style, the Silverado features one of three bed lengths: 5.7-foot short bed, 6.5-foot standard bed, or 8.2-foot long bed. All sizes provide excellent measurements for cargo and can carry even the toughest, heaviest of cargo loads.


Off-Road Ready

Along with its power and strength, the 2015 Chevy Silverado is also off-road ready to provide you with some fun adventure. The Silverado Z71 is the ultimate trim level for those seeking to hit off-road trails due to its specially designed performance-enhancing features. Some include specialized shock absorbers, hill descent control, and underbody shielding.


Top Safety Ratings

Safety is a vital part of whether a vehicle is worth investing in. With the 2013 Chevy Silverado, safety is a top priority. In crash testing, the Silverado earned top ratings in all categories, including front- and side-impact collision protection and overall collision protection. What you should also know is that the Silverado is equipped with plenty of features that boost safety. Some include a rearview camera, driver alert system, and OnStar system that features roadside assistance, automatic crash response, stolen vehicle tracking, and turn-by-turn navigation.

For more on the 2013 Chevy Silverado, visit any of our dealership in Boise, ID, near Meridian and Nampa, ID. You can also click here to check out our inventory.

This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged Used Chevy, Used Truck, Used Chevy Silverado, Chevy Pickup truck, Used Pickup Truck, Used Car Dealership on 09/19/2016 at 11:24 PM

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