2017 GMC Sierra 1500

2017 GMC Sierra 1500
All two-door normal compartment Sierra 1500s come supplied with chairing for three, while the multiple compartment adds a procreate seat seat and two little procreate doors. A 6.5-foot container is standard for both compartments, although a 8.0-foot container is supplied on single-compartment versions. With an accessible 5.8-foot supplied, the gigantic unit compartment vends merchandise space for more procreate-seat area. But you don’t need to give away anything if you opt for a four-by-four unit compartment, which also is accessible with the 6.5-foot supplied. Both four-door Sierra 1500s offer the option to sell the standard three-across front-row seat seat for a set of vessel rooms and a gigantic area console. While all compartment designs are accessible in base and SLE trims, the higher-end SLT cut is supplied only with the multiple-compartment or unit-compartment body styles and the top-of-the-line Denali comes only with the latter.

If the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and the Ford F-150 are the two thought user choice in the full-size pickup truck race, then think the 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 a feasible third-party alternative. convinced, the GMC technically espouses the same values as the mechanically same Chevy, but the Sierra does so without the bow-tie emblem and with a slightly more white-collar picture. Three compartment designs and supplied lengths, four cut stages, and five powertrain preferences are accessible for this GMC.

Most base and SLE Sierra 1500s come regular with a 285-hp 4.3-liter V-6 engine and a six-speed auto transmission, a 355-hp 5.3-liter V-8 that’s also connected to a six-speed automatic is elective, but it’s standard on base and SLE Sierra 1500 multiple-compartment versions with the 6.5-foot supplied. Striding up to the Sierra 1500 SLT and the top-of-the-line Denali decisions the V-8 to the regular features database. An eight-speed automatic transmission sets with the V-8 in the Sierra 1500 Denali as well as in SLT unit-compartment versions supplied with either the Premium Plus collection, the tow friendly Max Trailering collection or the four-wheel-steer-only All Terrain or All Terrain X collections. The All Terrain X collection is accessible exclusively with the 5.8-foot supplied, it includes a performance gas exhaust system that ups the little-block’s product to 365 horsepower. Additionally, Americans can opt for the mild-hybrid eAssist collection. insignificant to Sierra 1500 SLT unit-compartment versions supplied with the 5.8-foot container, the collection includes the V-8/eight-speed combo along with a 13-hp electric engine and a little artillery pack attached under the area console or the front seat seat.

Those looking for a truck that can move, however, will want to draft the container for the 420-hp 6.2-liter V-8 engine. joined with the eight-speed auto, the Sierra 1500’s gigantic mill can be had on four-door SLT versions as well as the Denali. For this appraisal, we steered a GMC Sierra 1500 Denali with four-wheel steer and the $7450 Denali Ultimate collection, which includes the 6.2-liter engine, a set of 22-inch wheels on all-terraing tires, trickery energy side levels, a sunroof and a trailer-brake controller. Increase a $395 overgarment of Mineral all-metal colorant and the truck’s value were a strong $63,795.

After a large refresh for 2016, the Sierra 1500 enters 2017 with only a handful of insignificant changes. Automatic shutters behind the opening are regular, a capless fuel filler comes into play and a low-speed automated stopping system has been increased to the truck’s accessible upgraded Driver Alert collection which includes lane-keeping help, auto headlights, front and procreate parking sensors, forward collision alert and a Safety Alert Seat that vibrates if the car senses a latent contact. Additionally, unit-compartment versions can draw as much as 12,500 pounds 500 more than last year and all 2017 Sierras come supplied with GM’ Teen Driver technology, a feature that gives helicopter genitors a framework into their juvenile driver's customs behind the wheel.

The Sierra 1500 is a beautiful appliance, especially when been out in the ultraluxurious Denali cut or the sinister-looking All Terrain X collection. Inside, the Sierra 1500 features an amount of large retention pouches and containers, while dianoetic commands make navigating the HVAC and multimedia systems an air. The indoor is calm and the unit compartment’s large procreate housings give abundance of space for travelers to expanse out. Like the Chevy Silverado, the Sierra is relatively light and responsive on the roadway for a large truck. Although they’re insignificant to the option expanses of high-price versions, the 6.2-liter V-8 and smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic transmission make a strong set, able to open these large trucks to 60 mph in less than six seconds.

As with most full-size trucks, don’t let the Sierra 1500’s $29,400 base value simpleton you this is a high-price equipment. Feature laden SLT versions commence at $43,275 and can quickly increase with the component of a few uncomplicated options such as a gigantic compartment or four-wheel steer. Oddly, some parts, such as a proximity key with push-button commence and adaptive cruise command, aren’t on the options menu, while unit-compartment versions need high-level HVAC holes for procreate-seat inhabitants. Also, like its bow-tie relative, the Sierra’s drive grade suffers considerably on its accessible 22-inch wheels and to the detail-oriented, its slightly off-area riding point in relation to the steering wheel and device instrument cluster can be a provoking design imperfection.

Starting Price Base($29,400),Base 5.3($30,695),Base 4WD($33,340),Base 5.3 4WD($34,635),SLE($36,150),SLE 5.3($37,445),SLE 4WD($40,055),SLE 5.3 4WD($41,250),SLT($43,275),SLT 6.2($45,970),SLT 4WD($46,525),SLT 6.2 4WD($51,580),SLT eAssist($52,125),Denali($53,350),All Terrain X 6.2 4WD($54,960),Denali 6.2($55,845),Denali 4WD($56,500),Denali 6.2 4WD($58,995)
Vehicle Type 2 or 4 door pickup, front engine, rear or 4 wheel drive
Engine -- pushrod 12-valve 4.3-liter V-6, 285 hp, 305 lb-ft -- pushrod 16-valve 5.3-liter V-8, 355 or 365 hp, 383 lb-ft -- pushrod 16-valve 5.3-liter V-8, 355 hp, 383 lb-ft + AC motor, 13 hp, 44 lb-ft (combined output, 355 hp, 0.5-kWh lithium-ion battery pack) -- pushrod 16-valve 6.2-liter V-8, 420 hp, 460 lb-ft
Wheelbase 119.0-153.0 in
Length 205.0-239.0 in
Width 80.0 in
Height 73.7-74.1 in
Curb weight 4700-5700 lb
Passenger volume 73-136 cu ft
Fuel economy (city/highway) 15-18/20-24 mpg