2019 GMC Sierra. GM likes to point out that GMC buyers spend more than those in Chevrolet. Also, forget the EVs, car sharing, and autonomy. In the US market is still dominated by full-size pickups. GM Networks has the highest profit margins with cars like GMC Sierra.GMC introduced the next generation 2019 GMC Sierra pickup on Thursday at an event in downtown Detroit. The truck gets a slew of cool new features, a new diesel engine option and a carbon fiber composite bed.
The 2019 GMC Sierra model continues as a mechanical twin to Silverado, and takes advantage of the GMC camouflage gets redesigned front and rear, new headlights and rear lights, plus more chrome, especially on the inevitable higher trim versions of Denali. Less weights, a wider bed, and amenities like the back door energy, new efficiency measures are only part of the GMC Sierra story. Expect larger payloads and tow ratings, adding more to what is already a lot of capacity for most pickup buyers. So much everything you need to know about GMC Sierra has already been revealed by Chevrolet.
A new look, obviously, and a great departure from her Silverado cousin. The front end is long – like your tall shoulder – the larger grilles, the head and the rear lights are new and the logo is bigger. The pickup is the largest in every dimension, pushing the wheels further into the corners. Inside, the GMC Sierra comes with a seating position higher than last year, a new head-up screen and new materials, including dark aluminum finish and open wood pores. It also has an additional 3 inches of rear leg room, with the best in its front head and legroom. Buyers also have access to the new entertainment information system, standard navigation on the Denali, a rear view camera and a new cloud projector system.
The system includes application with pre-departure list, maintenance reminder, trailer light test, electric trailer diagnosis, trailer tire pressure and tire temperature control. An additional camera in the back watches the obstacle while connecting to the trailer while the side cameras help during backup. All of these features make the 2019 GMC Sierra engine easier to drive and easier to park and easier to use and live with each day, which seems to be a pickup market trend. People use these vehicles for much more work than Ford, GMC, Chevy and Ram seem to know, and features that make pickup truck ownership easier than ever before – even for starters. The new big thing is also new to do with the bed. The standard on all GMC Sierras will be the multi-gate rear door, which has a folded part that can act as a step, table or stopper of goods, depending on the situation. It’s kind of hard to explain, GMC send it to us this little youtube video handy to explain.
The whole package is good for the best in its class 63 cubic feet of cargo space in a short box. Oh, and that cutaway piece in the back door is 48 inches wide in case you need to slide some plywood out there. We will start there. Later this year, the cloud will provide a carbon fiber carbon fiber box. The company says it will increase the durability, efficiency and functionality of the truck, and it will provide the best in dent-grade, scratch and corrosion resistance. It’s 62 pounds lighter than the hard-to-boot version. However, in addition to aluminum doors, hood and rear door, 2019 GMC Sierra is up to 360 pounds lighter than the outgoing model.
We may see a true hybrid setting, unlike the option available on GMC Sierra current trucks. We know that the GMC Sierra will add the option of Italy built turbo diesel 3.0-liter inline six and receive an updated 5.3-liter 6.2-liter petrol V-8 engines that acquire the ability to disable individual cylinders instead of a well-established bank. The V-8 and 6-liter six-liter diesel engine will be fitted with a 10-speed automatic transmission. It is likely that the 4.3-liter V-6 will return to work in base models.
2019 GMC Sierra should go on sale later this year after its appearance in March. Look for prices to get started about $31,000 for a four-wheel drive standard cab model and a high climb from there. Competition: Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Ford F-150, Nissan Titan, Ram 1500, Toyota Tundra.