Remote Start, Rear View Camera, Heated Driver & Front-Passenger Cloth Seating, Power Driver’s Seat, Power-Sliding Rear Window, Bose Premium Sound System, 8″ Diagonal Color Touch-Screen w/GMC Infotainment System includes AM/FM/SiriusXM /HD, USB Ports, 4 Auxiliary Jack, Bluetooth Hands-Free Smartphone Integration, Folding Rear 60/40 Split 3-Passenger Bench, Trailer Tow Package & Integrated Trailer Brake Controller, In-Vehicle Trailering APP, Rear Bumper w/ Enlarged Corner Steps, Spray-In Bed Liner w/GMC Logo, 6” Black Rectangular Assist Steps, 20” Black Alloy Wheels, 8-Speed Automatic w/Overdrive & Tow/Haul Mode, 5.3L V-8 EcoTec3 w/Dynamic Fuel Management, Balance of Factory Warranty and ONLY 35,335 kms
50,999 or 382 Bi-Weekly | Payment includes tax & transfer, ZERO cash down. Financing Bi-Weekly, Weekly & Monthly payments and NO Payments for 90-days available | NO Dealer Fees & NO Admin Fees
The Elevation hits a sweet spot of features and price, with looks and value that appeal to a younger generation.
News Report (June 2019): Caledon, ONT. — How hot is the Elevation appearance package on the 2019 GMC Sierra pickups? Hot enough for one enterprising individual to steal one as several trucks were being offloaded from a transporter in Brampton, ON, for a GMC media event to promote the Elevation series. With the help of GM’s OnStar, however, the Elevation was tracked across the city and its ignition disabled, allowing event organizers, with the help of police, to “steal back” their truck that was full of computers and phones for the event. Imagine the thief’s surprise when he came outside and found the truck gone.”
To be sure, the Sierra looks great in Elevation trim, killing off the chrome and adding just enough features to make the Elevation stand out in the current crowd of pickups. With its 20-inch black wheels, smart black grille and LED lighting all around, the truck looks positively hot (pardon the pun), especially in all-black. Elevation Sierras, sitting above the base and SLE models, also get a premium cloth interior and “Prograde” trailering aide.
Sure, the Elevation interior — even if it does get a good eight-inch touchscreen with standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, accompanied by a no-nonsense bank of buttons and knobs — might be less dramatic than the exterior. But the value package adds all the things most buyers really want — dual-zone automatic climate control, 10-way power driver seat with power lumbar, heated driver and front passenger seats, heated steering wheel, automatic locking rear differential and a trailering package with hitch guidance.
The ride of the truck is equally excellent. Sound deadening is very, very good. Braking and steering is spot on. Having driven a Sierra Denali the same week as the Elevation, I found both trucks delivered the same superior ride over rough roads, and both were highly pleasing to spend long hours behind the wheel. Compared to the Elevation, the Denali is almost too much truck with too much bling; the Elevation hits a sweet spot of features and looks, so much so that some people might risk jail time to get one!
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