6-Passenger, Z71 off-road suspension, HID headlights with LED running lights, a CornerStep rear bumper, cargo-bed LED lighting, an easy-lift tailgate, 17-inch machined-aluminum wheels, a 4.2-inch driver information screen, Bluetooth, carpeted floors, an 8-inch touchscreen with GMC’s IntelliLink infotainment system, a reversing camera, and GM’s OnStar telematics system, Balance of Factory Warranty and only 12,800 kms
If you’re looking for a big rig with looks and features as impressive as its towing and hauling abilities, the 2017 GMC Sierra HD has you covered. Heavy-duty hauling and towing require a heavy-duty pickup, and the 2017 GMC Sierra HD is plenty capable of performing both, while also giving those inside a refined experience.
More stylish than the Ford F-250 and slightly more upscale than its Chevy Silverado sibling, the Sierra Denali HD is for the person who may own the work site, but occasionally needs to get his or her hands dirty. GMC has done its homework, creating a cab that is both pleasing to the eye and highly functional. From the large gauges to the comfortable seats, GMC’s 2017 Sierra HD puts the driver’s needs first and foremost.
Most owners will want to tow, and to that end the Sierra HD acquits itself well. Crew cab, 2500HDs with four-wheel drive represent the bulk of all sales and they’re rated at up to 13,000 pounds trailer capacity (or 14,800 when fitted with a fifth wheel setup). That’s enough for most travel trailers or car haulers, but what’s most impressive is the confidence with which the Sierra can tug a load.