New GMC Luxury Heavy-Duty Details – Car Pro News

luxury heavy dutyGMC may have found the key to success with another upscale version of its Sierra pickup.
In this case, it’s the Sierra All Terrain HD announced last week — GM’s latest pimped-out, four-wheel-drive truck.
Increasingly, GMC is following the pattern laid out by its archrivals Ford and Chrysler Group. Both automakers have introduced pickup trucks for the premium market, loaded with luxury features and a price to match. Now it’s GM’s turn.
In GMC, GM has found a division where it can make the Cadillac of pickups. Through April of this year, the average GMC truck sold for $40,099, a 12% increase since 2009, according to Automotive News. GMC also has All Terrain versions of the regular Sierra and midsize Canyon pickups.
Ford continues to pile on the upscale versions, and now Chrysler has picked up the same pattern with Ram trucks such as the Longhorn Limited.
GMC Sierra All Terrain HD will come in double cab and crew cab version, two trim levels and a Z71 Off Road package, with Rancho twin-tube shocks, hill descent control and a skid plate. The standard engine is a 6-liter with an optional turbo diesel available.
To make it feel upscale, the truck has chrome surrounding the grille, aluminum underbody shields, chrome wheels, optional chrome bumpers and 18-inch six-spoke chrome cast-aluminum wheels. Twenty-inch chrome aluminum wheels are available on 2500HD, while 3500HD models also include adjustable outside camper mirrors with a chrome cap. The truck has a carbon fiber look inside and touches such as 4G connectivity.


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