Important Features Of The 2013 GMC Sierra
|Topics: GMC Sierra
16 January 2013
The world's largest automaker, General Motors Corporation, has incorporated several new and attractive features to the 2013 GMC Sierra. This edition's configurations cater to the growing and varying needs of truck drivers. Whether you just need a regular cargo truck or one to take on challenging road expeditions, there's a perfect high-performing Sierra version to meet your specific requirements.
Many who have seen and purchased this new truck edition particularly praise the wide line-up of models and engines and the ease in driving the vehicle, considering its size and the clean and sleek interiors. Also, the heavy-duty Sierra provides drivers a significantly increased towing capacity that extends from 18,000 to up to 23,000 pounds when properly equipped. The exterior's design, though still imposing, has new little details, such as unique chrome grilles, headlamps and wheels to distinguish it from its Chevy counterpart, the Silverado.
Work trucks come in SL. SLE and SLT versions-these have the standard features of vinyl bench seats, manual locks, crank windows, a USB port and an auxiliary jack for media players though it already has the basic AM and FM radio. There's also the provision for Bluetooth technology. Higher-end editions for these lines have the addition of impressive 22-inch wheels, sophisticated leather upholstery, bed-liner, DVD navigation and real-time traffic data, a nice sunroof and a power-sliding rear window.
For the deluxe Denali version, there's a Bose premium audio system, heated and cooled power front seats, a heated steering wheel, remote start, dual-zone climate control, power adjustable pedals, remote start, rear parking assist, skid plates and trailering package. Meanwhile, hybrid models are just as luxurious as the Denali with all the high-end features and, of course, the all-important improved fuel economy.
GMC has paid close attention to safety features for the Sierra; the base safety elements include four-wheel antilock brakes, side-curtain airbags, front seat side-impact airbags, seatbelt pretensioners that activate during rear impacts, rear parking sensors, a back-up camera and available OnStar which alerts authorities after a crash. All these features, paired with the sturdy frame of the Sierra, make it one of the safest trucks to drive.
If you are considering this impressive truck as your new investment for 2013, you get a wide selection of editions and prices to choose from to fit your lifestyle needs and available budget. Bob Myers, a GMC, Buick and Chevy dealer will provide you all the help and information you require to make the best decision for your investment.
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