The 2020 GMC Sierra HD is priced from $37,195. It is cheaper than the outgoing 2019 model, according to Autoblog. At the same time, high-end versions have become more expensive.
The new 2020 Sierra 2500 HD and 3500 HD prices start at $37,195 and $38,395, respectively. Their predecessors’ base costs are somewhat higher – from $38,200 and from $40,800.
However, the Sierra HD still remains the most expensive full-size heavy-duty pickup truck in the U.S., at least its base price. For example, the Ram 2500 costs from $35,090, the Ford F-250 Super Duty – from $34,745.
Moreover, only the entry-level versions of the 2020 Sierra HD became cheaper, as well as the SLE trim. As for the SLT and the top AT4 and Denali, their prices considerably increased.
The Denalis price rose by almost $8,000. Now it costs from $65,295, before it was $56,600.
The 6.0-liter V8 gasoline engine received an additional 41 hp. It produces 401 hp and 464 lb-ft of torque (increased by 84 lb-ft).
The 6.6-liter Duramax V8 diesel engine remained the same: 445 hp, 910 lb-ft. It is mated with a new 10-speed automatic transmission.
The Sierra pickup family on sale in the USA also includes a more affordable Sierra 1500. The outging model costs from $29,000, the new one – from $29,600. A ‘budget’ GMC Canyon priced from $21,500 is available too.
The most anticipated new product from GMC in 2019 is the next-generation Acadia 2020 crossover. Its premiere for the US car market will take place this fall.