Both Chevrolet and GMC are General Motors brands, but they each make quite unique vehicles. The biggest exception to that is the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra. With the exception of some design cues and aesthetics inside and out, these two full-size, light-duty pickup trucks are nearly identical. Although the Sierra has been around a generation longer than the Silverado, the two pickup trucks have a ton in common, but today we want to focus on the GMC Sierra as we’ve been seeing a few of them pass through our inventory here in North Miami Beach FL lately.
The fifth generation of the GMC Sierra nameplate kicked off in 2019, with subtle changes following suit each year since. For the new generation, the GMC Sierra 1500 is available in five trim levels – SL, SLE, SLT, AT4 and Denali. The AT4 trim level is an off-road focused model ready to tackle the trails, while the Denali trim level is its top-of-the-line luxury grade. These are the most prevalent Sierra pickup truck options, but there are other variants as well. The GMC Sierra 1500 is just the base version of the Sierra nameplate, as the pickup truck is also available in heavy-duty variants. The Sierra HD models that are most prevalent are the 2500HD and 3500HD, much like the Silverado. For this generation, GM also reintroduced medium-duty versions of their pickup trucks to compete with the higher-numbered models from Ford and RAM. As of now, we’re only certain that the Silverado is available in 4500HD, 5500HD and 6500HD models, it remains to be seen if GM will introduce these models in the GMC Sierra as well. If you think you might be interested in one of the GMC Sierra pickup trucks we do know exist and often see pass through our inventory, such as the 1500, 2500HD or 3500HD, then be sure to keep your eyes on our online inventory or give us a call to let us know what you’re looking for.