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GMC Sierra 1500

A couple days behind the wheel of the 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 diesel painted a picture of a fuel-efficient, comfortable, and capable towing machine that has been packed with an assortment of technologies aimed at removing the stress typically associated with towing.

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GMC Reveals Updates to 2020 Sierra 1500

GMC's Sierra 1500 will add a carbon fiber bed, 3.0L Duramax turbo-diesel, 10-speed automatic transmission, and other technology for the 2020 pickup, GMC has announced. 

GMC to Sell Carbon-Fiber Truck Beds in June

General Motors' GMC brand will begin offering carbon-fiber beds on two trims of its 2019 Sierra 1500 starting in early June as part of its "professional grade" ethos, the company has announced.

GMC Sierra's MultiPro Tailgate

The 2019 GMC's Sierra 1500 adds a six-position tailgate that provides extra ways to manage cargo and load the box. The MultiPro will also be available on 2020 GMC Sierra HD trucks

2019 GMC Sierra 1500

GMC's 2019 Sierra 1500 adds an array of new features to differentiate itself from the Chevrolet Silverado, including the innovative MultiPro tailgate.

GM Offers 2019 Silverado/Sierra Fleet Options

Fleet customers can add several exclusive features to the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and more upscale GMC Sierra 1500 pickup trucks that are entering new generations, according to General Motors.

Next-Gen 2019 GMC Sierra Goes Upscale

GMC's 2019 Sierra will enter a new generation as a more premium pickup that will differentiate itself from other trucks, including the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado, with an innovative tailgate, carbon-fiber box, and other features.

GMC to Unveil 2019 Sierra on March 1

General Motors will unveil its next-generation 2019 GMC Sierra on March 1 during a Facebook Live event, GMC has announced on its social media accounts.

2018-MY Truck Order Cut-off Dates Approaching

Order cut-off dates for several 2018 model year truck models are fast approaching, according to Wheels, Inc. General Motors and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles have announced earlier than normal cut-off dates as they plan to move production and retool their plants in preparation for upcoming new designs and changes.