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GMC recently released pricing details for the 2020 Sierra and buyers would find it a steal for the price range compared to the older generation of the heavy-duty rig.

The new Sierra HD 2500 crew cab 4×4 variants will be sold $1,800 cheaper than the Sierra HD 2500 and 3500 models.

The crew cab trucks are the most popular configuration of the Sierra HD, and prices for the new models that come with a standard bed start at $41,595. An additional $1,595 will be needed for a destination charge.

The truck will also include more equipment such as LED headlights with LED daytime running lights, LED taillights, power-extending trailer mirrors, 12 cargo tie downs, and the new Traction Select System.

Consumers who prefer longer beds will have to shell out an extra $200 on any of the crew cab models, while those who are trying to get their hands on a 2020 Sierra HD for lesser money should go with the base model with a regular cab and long bed, which starts at $37,195.

, 2020 GMC Sierra Retails Lower than Previous Model
New GMC Sierra HD 2500 crew cab 4×4 variants will be offered at a lower price than the Sierra HD 2500 and 3500 models.

The truck’s standard 6.6-liter gasoline V-8 engine has 22 percent more torque and allows 18 percent more towing capacity. Meanwhile, there is an optional 6.6-liter Duramax turbodiesel V-8 as well as the brand’s MultiPro tailgate that resembles a Swiss army knife.

A little bit up the trim hierarchy, an SLE model (crew cab, short bed, 4×4) sells at $45,395, while the SLT costs $53,995. The AT4 costs $59,295, and the range-topping Denali starts at $65,295. The price for the new Denali is thousands more expensive than the outgoing Denali, which retails at $57,495. However, it will only be offered with 4WD and comes with considerably more equipment.

Each of the Sierra trims is available in every cab and bed configuration offered by the brand except for the SLT, AT4, and Denali. The SLT is not offered with a regular cab, while the AT4 and Denali are only available in crew cabs.

Prices for the Sierra HD 3500 are also affected by the improved capability, plus a dual-axle option is now made available for an additional $1,200. The Sierra HD 3500 starts at $42,795 with a short bed, while the SLE costs $46,595. The SLT goes up to $55,195 and the AT4 retails at $60,495. The top-of-the-line Denali is at $67,000, with long beds offered at an extra $200 on crew cab models.

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