The actual pricing of the refreshed 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 turns out to be on average $1,444 higher across the board. The online configurator has gone live this month.
The 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 is an overdue refreshment of the current-generation model. The carmaker had to postpone its launch because of the coronavirus-caused issues. General Motors unveiled the pickup truck in October 2021.
Now, in March, customers have got an opportunity to build and price their desired vehicle using the online configurator on GMC’s website for customers, and here we see that the prices are higher than expected – if to compare them with the introductory pricing.
GM Authority has found out that the price increase across eight trim levels is from $95 to $2,500: it is on average $1,444.
|Trim Level||MSRP according to online configurator, from||Introductory MSRP, from||Increase by|
|Denale Ultimate, first-ever||$80,490||$80,395||$95|
Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) includes a $1,695 Destination Freight Charge (DFC).
The new GMC Sierra 1500 offers four engine choices; two transmissions (8- or 10-speed); 2WD or 4WD, regular, double, or crew cab configurations; standard, short, or long box variants.
The engine options are a 2.7-liter L3B gasoline turbo-four that produces 430 lb-ft now, 20% percent more, two gasoline naturally aspirated V8 engines (5.3-liter L84 and 6.2-liter L87), and a 3.0-liter six-cylinder LM2 Duramax turbocharged diesel one. GM’s T1 platform underpins the pickup.
The 2022 Sierra features an elevated exterior design, all-new interiors, a trailering-capable Super Cruise system, enhanced technology integration including a big 13.4-inch touchscreen with Google built-in compatibility.