What exactly does Z60 mean, anyway?

Z60, NHT, Z85, Z83, AND Z71 are all desingations applied to GMC trucks. What exactly do these mean?
By: Brickell GMC
April 1, 2010 - PRLog -- By now, you're probably wondering what all the talk about the Z60 is about, or you're probably wondering what Z60 even is in the first place. Quite simply, it means that your truck is ready to take on Miami driving.

When it comes to GMC trucks, five suspension setups are available: NHT is for maximum towing capacity and includes high-capacity rear springs, Z83 is the standard suspension and is designed for a smooth ride; Z85 is set up a little more firmly for better handling and towing; and Z71 is specially adjusted for off-road driving and includes 18-inch wheels.

This brings us to the Z60 suspension. The Z60 has been tuned for maximum street performance, and comes standard with 20 inch wheels. This means that the truck looks good and handles like a much smaller vehicle, which sounds as if it was suited for any Miami driver, especially since the majority of Miami pickup drivers don't regularly haul or tow large loads or drive off-road (if ever).

If the Z60 package sounds interesting to you, then you've come to the right place at the right time, because Brickell GMC is currently offering a special deal on all Z60 Sierras. Now, you can get a brand-new well-equipped Z60 for less than $400 per month. Or, if you would like to test drive a Z60 truck for yourself, why not visit Brickell GMC and take a test drive for yourself?

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Brickell Motors is a GM and Honda Dealership in South Florida Miami that sells certified and top of the line Honda Vehicles as well as GMC, Buick, Pontiac.
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