Researched By AutoPadre Research Team
Last Updated 2023-04-01
The GMC Sonoma payload capacity is between 1,115 to 2,513 lbs. depending on the year, trim and drivetrain.
A payload is the weight of the cargo that a vehicle can carry. The payload capacity is the maximum amount of weight that a vehicle can carry in the bed or cargo area and calculated by subtracting the curb weight of the vehicle from the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR).
Check out the Payload specifications for other makes and models.
The 2004 GMC Sonoma payload capacity is 1,160 lbs.
The 2003 GMC Sonoma payload capacity ranges from 2,043 lbs to 2,513 lbs.
The 2002 GMC Sonoma payload capacity is 1,115 lbs.
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