The GMC Sierra has always been a tough, sturdy truck with a powerful presence. But tweaks and changes to its design make it even more impressive in 2019 than ever before. This year, the Sierra rolls off the production line with a number of new and exciting changes for customers to look forward to. The Sierra this year is available in either a double crew or a cab crew design. There are more choices of engines in this year's lineup, including an eight-cylinder engine that also saves on fuel usage when necessary. A large chrome grille shows everyone what brand of truck you're proudly driving, and a new and improved tailgate makes loading and unloading even safer and easier than ever. This 2019 Sierra is bigger than its predecessors, and it even surpasses the size of other trucks in its class with a deeper and longer bed than either the RAM 1500 and the Ford F-150 have.


Even the base model of the 2019 Sierra offers a generous array of standard features. Each successive trim adds more standard features plus optional add-ons. The base model is called the SLT. It features a number of fine standard amenities including an automatic locking rear differential, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a tailgate that is easier to use than ever. A premium trailering system allows you to tow the heaviest loads safely and confidently. Inside the cabin you'll find 10-way power-operated front seats, along with a 12V power outlet in both the front and back rows. An eight-inch driver infotainment system with hands-free and a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot is standard in the SLT. Dual zone climate control, heated seats, and available heated seats in the second row complete the SLT amenities. Moving up to the AT4, you'll get the same infotainment system along with a 4.2-inch driver display center. There is a six-speaker audio system in this truck, and you can choose to upgrade to an infotainment system if you choose. Cruise control, driver's seat memory, and front bucket seats are other standard features that you will enjoy in this trim level. The Denali features even more standard amenities. Its conveniences include an eight-inch infotainment system with navigation. It also has a larger eight-inch driver information center. A built-in 4G Wi-Fi hotspot is standard, and this trim gives you a higher-level Bose sound system for pure audio enjoyment. Assist handles, cruise control, front bucket seats, and a front center console are other notable amenities that you'll find in the Denali. The HD Surround Vision camera is an add-on feature that makes backing up, especially with a trailer in tow, much easier.
2019 GMC Sierra Interior


The GMC Sierra is powered by several different engines. One, which carries over from 2018, is a 5.3L, V8 engine that generates up to 355 HP. The other option, which is new for 2019, is a 6.2L eight-cylinder engine that can produce up to 420 HP. The base engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, while the new engine is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. Both engines have start-stop technology that shut down anywhere from one to eight cylinders to meet your needs.


The GMC Sierra is about as tough as trucks get, but it was also built with your safety in mind. The Sierra safety technology includes LED daytime running lights, six airbags throughout the cabin, and OnStar to call for help when you need it. Standard features on the higher-level trims include front and rear park assist, lane change assistance, and side blind zone warning. A special teen driver function lets worried parents track their teen's driving behaviors to ensure their kids are abiding by speed limits and other road rules.

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