GMC trucka Sierra 1500,Reviews

More recent times have seen GMC's full-size truck adopt the name Sierra, which was previously an upscale trim level.

As with its rivals, the modern-day GMC trucka Sierra 1500 full-size pickup is available with a wide variety of body styles, powertrains and trim levels.

Older versions of the GMC Sierra 1500 pickup have been praised for their strong work ethic, but soundly criticized for their bland, cheap cabins.

Current GMC trucka Sierra 1500
The GMC Sierra 1500 offers three body styles (regular, extended and crew cabs) and trim levels ranging from no-frills "Work Truck" to ultra-plush Denali. Powertrain choices, traditionally a strong point, encompass everything from a frugal 4.3-liter 195-horsepower V6 to a muscular 6.2-liter V8 with 403 hp. Most Sierras, however, will be fitted with either a 295-hp 4.8-liter V8 or a 315-hp 5.3-liter V8.

Calling cards of the
GMC trucka Sierra 1500 include strong performance, a refined and quiet ride (even with the heavy-duty towing package) and a comfortable, well-finished cabin.

Used GMC trucka Sierra 1500 Models

The 6.2-liter V8 option for non-Denali models had arrived the previous year along with its six-speed automatic transmission. Many GMC pickup trucks considered by used-vehicle shoppers will be the previous-generation truck, which was sold for the 1999-2006 model years.

The previous generation of
GMC trucka Sierra 1500 pickups ran from 1988-'98.

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