GMC has launched a limited-edition off-road version of the Sierra pickup truck called the Sierra All Terrain X. Forget what the competition is offering: this is what off-roading is all about.
The 2016 GMC Sierra All Terrain X features aggressive off-road styling and capability, with design cues taken from past pickup trucks, including a sloping back connecting the roof line with the edge of the truck bed.
It comes equipped with 18- by 8.5-inch black aluminum wheels as well as black mirrors, moldings, and pillars to enhance its aggressive looks. Meanwhile, a set of Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac MT tires grant superior traction in gravel, dirt, and mud, and the famed Z71 off-road suspension package with hill-descent technology make it nigh-impossible to lose control on a hill.
“Styling is the biggest influence on Sierra customers and the new Sierra All Terrain X builds on that with a more aggressive, personalized appearance that complements its exceptional capability,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of GMC sales and marketing.
The 2016 GMC Sierra All Terrain X will be hit our showrooms at Wiesner of Huntsville this spring.
The 2015 GMC Sierra Denali, already a beautifully-designed, massively capable, and luxurious full-size pickup, has gotten even better for the new year model. GMC engineers have added magnetic ride control to the Sierra Denali, which grants drivers and passengers a smooth, premium driving experience. The new Sierra Denali will be the first full-size truck to ever offer the technology.
“With magnetic ride control, the 2015 Sierra Denali delivers a smoother, more confident driving experience without sacrificing the capabilities customers expect from a GMC truck,” said Jeff Luke, executive chief engineer. “The responsiveness of the system makes this full-size truck feel and drive like a luxury vehicle – and one that’s more comfortable on long trips, especially when trailering.”
Magnetic ride control will come standard on all Sierra Denali half-ton models, both the 5.3L engine version and the 6.2L engine version, the latter of which is the most powerful engine in the full-size truck segment. The Denali trim of the Sierra was designed to bring untold luxury and technology options to the full-size truck market, and magnetic ride control is simply the next great innovation added to the segment’s best and smartest truck. Come in to Wiesner of Huntsville today to check out the Sierra and the rest of the GMC lineup today!
Everyone knows there are only a few big players in the pickup truck industry, and with numerous years worth of awards behind its belt, it’s undeniable that General Motors (GM) is the one and only, ultimate reigning, official King of Trucks.
Of course, we wouldn’t say this without showing a little more proof behind the name. Recently, GM has earned the crown for most horsepower in a mainstream pickup truck with a 6.2-liter V8 engine, making them the maker of the most powerful light-duty truck engines. This monster engine is available in both the Chevrolet Silverado and the GMC Sierra, both notable big-time players in the pickup industry. The engine pushes out an incredible 420 horsepower with 460 lb-ft. of torque, running right past big competitors like the Dodge Ram and Ford F-150.
If you’re in the market for one of these heavy-duty trucks, expect to go with trims including the LTZ or Denali, but rest assured that your towing capabilities will be out of this world. Get your hands on a bad boy with this engine, and you’ll be riding high with 12,000 pounds of towing capability behind you. Unbeatable.
If you’re looking for one of the most fuel-efficient pickup trucks out there, look no further than the 2014 GMC Sierra! With 24 miles per gallon and a standard 4.3-liter EcoTec3 V-6 engine, this pickup cannot be beat. It is absolutely the class leader in fuel efficiency and style. And, to top it all off, the Sierra recently ranked highest among large light-duty pickups in the 2013 J.D. Power Initial Quality Study.
EPA highway estimates for the 2014 GMC Sierra are strongly competitive with that of the Ram HFE. The Sierra offers 22 miles per gallon for 4×4 models and 24 miles per gallon for 2WD models. That’s among the best of any full-size pickup.
The strong EcoTec3 engine technology is what helps this truck achieve such efficiency. It is encompassed with direct fuel injection, variable valve timing, and Active Fuel Management technology all to help the truck save fuel while saving you big bucks at the pump. You can’t find that kind of advanced technology just anywhere. The Sierra also features 285 horsepower with 305 ft-lb. of torque. Find out more about the 2014 Sierra from GMC.