2020 GMC Sierra Denali

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GMC Sierra Details

engine
V8, 6.6L; Turbo
color
White Frost Tricoat
drive
4WD
fuel
Diesel
mileage
100,239 Miles
interior color
Dark Walnut/Dark Ash Grey
stock number
3085A
VIN
1GT49REY3LF157727
series
2500HD
seats
Leather
trim
Denali

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About This 2020 GMC Sierra

Equipment
It offers Android Auto for seamless smartphone integration. The leather seats in this 3/4 ton pickup are a must for buyers looking for comfort, durability, and style. This vehicle is a certified CARFAX 1-owner. You'll never again be lost in a crowded city or a country region with the navigation system on the GMC Sierra. This 2020 GMC Sierra 2500's Cross-Traffic Alert: Safeguarding you from unexpected traffic when reversing. An off-road package is installed on the GMC Sierra so you are ready for your four-wheeling best. Engulf yourself with the crystal clear sound of a BOSE sound system in this model. This GMC Sierra features a hands-free Bluetooth phone system. Keep your hands warm all winter with a heated steering wheel in this model . This vehicle features steering wheel audio controls. This 2020 GMC Sierra 2500's Lane Departure Warning helps keep you in your lane. See what's behind you with the back up camera on it.

Packages
Technology Package: HD Surround Vision with 2 Trailer View Camera Provisions; Multicolor 15" Diagonal Head-Up Display; Keyless Open and Start; Bed View Camera; Rear Camera Mirror. Denali Ultimate Package: Power Sunroof. Preferred Equipment Group 5SA: HD Rear Vision Camera; LED Cargo Area Lighting; Remote Vehicle Starter System; 2 USB Ports (1st Row); Power Sliding Rear Window with Defogger; Safety Alert Seat; Electric Rear-Window Defogger; Floor-Mounted Center Console; Unauthorized Entry Theft-Deterrent System; Signature Denali Grille; Compass Located in Instrument Cluster; Electrical Lock Control Steering Column; Driver Alert Package II; 120-Volt Instrument Panel Power Outlet; LED Smoked Amber Roof Marker Lamps; Heated Driver & Front Outboard Passenger Seats; Wireless Charging; X31 Off-Road Package; Steering Wheel Audio Controls; Universal Home Remote; Driver Alert Package I; OnStar and GMC Connected Services Capable; 120-Volt Bed Mounted Power Outlet; Heated 2nd Row Outboard Seats; Power Front Passenger Windows with Express Up/down; 2-Speed Active Transfer Case; Deep-Tinted Glass; Spray-On Pickup Box Bed Liner with Denali Logo; Power Rear Windows with Express Down; Integrated Trailer Brake Controller; Premium GMC Infotainment System Radio with Navigation; Power Windows with Driver Express Up/down; Heated and Ventilated Front Bucket Seats; Manual Tilt-Wheel/telescoping Steering Column; 2nd Row Dual USB Charge-Only Ports; Keyless Open and Start; ProGrade Trailering System; Rear Wheelhouse Liners; 6" Rectangular Chromed Tubular Assist Steps; 12-Volt Rear Auxiliary Power Outlet; 2 USB Ports; Polished Exhaust Tip; Power Door Locks; Chrome Recovery Hooks. Power Sunroof. Bed View Camera. 1st and 2nd Row All-Weather Floor Liner. Trailer Tire Pressure Monitor Sensors. **Equipment listed is based on original vehicle build and subject to change. Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling the dealer prior to purchase.**

Features & Options

  • Technology Package: HD Surround Vision with 2 Trailer View Camera Provisions; Multicolor 15" Diagonal Head-Up Display; Keyless Open and Start; Bed View Camera; Rear Camera Mirror
  • Denali Ultimate Package: Power Sunroof
  • Preferred Equipment Group 5SA: HD Rear Vision Camera; LED Cargo Area Lighting; Remote Vehicle Starter System; 2 USB Ports (1st Row); Power Sliding Rear Window with Defogger; Safety Alert Seat; Electric Rear-Window Defogger; Floor-Mounted Center Console; Unauthorized Entry Theft-Deterrent System; Signature Denali Grille; Compass Located in Instrument Cluster; Electrical Lock Control Steering Column; Driver Alert Package II; 120-Volt Instrument Panel Power Outlet; LED Smoked Amber Roof Marker Lamps; Heated Driver & Front Outboard Passenger Seats; Wireless Charging; X31 Off-Road Package; Steering Wheel Audio Controls; Universal Home Remote; Driver Alert Package I; OnStar and GMC Connected Services Capable; 120-Volt Bed Mounted Power Outlet; Heated 2nd Row Outboard Seats; Power Front Passenger Windows with Express Up/down; 2-Speed Active Transfer Case; Deep-Tinted Glass; Spray-On Pickup Box Bed Liner with Denali Logo; Power Rear Windows with Express Down; Integrated Trailer Brake Controller; Premium GMC Infotainment System Radio with Navigation; Power Windows with Driver Express Up/down; Heated and Ventilated Front Bucket Seats; Manual Tilt-Wheel/telescoping Steering Column; 2nd Row Dual USB Charge-Only Ports; Keyless Open and Start; ProGrade Trailering System; Rear Wheelhouse Liners; 6" Rectangular Chromed Tubular Assist Steps; 12-Volt Rear Auxiliary Power Outlet; 2 USB Ports; Polished Exhaust Tip; Power Door Locks; Chrome Recovery Hooks
  • Power Sunroof
  • Bed View Camera
  • 1st and 2nd Row All-Weather Floor Liner
  • Trailer Tire Pressure Monitor Sensors
  • Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smart device mirroring
  • Forward Collision Alert with Automatic Braking
  • 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot capable mobile hotspot internet access
  • Head-up display
  • Predictive brake assist system
  • Cruise control with steering wheel mounted controls
  • Ventilated driver and front passenger seats
  • Integrated navigation system
  • Keyfob remote engine start
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Heated driver and front passenger seats
  • Leather front seat upholstery
  • Primary monitor touchscreen
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Alert collision warning
  • First-row sliding and tilting glass sunroof with express open/close activation sunshade
  • Driver seat power reclining
  • lumbar support
  • cushion tilt
  • fore/aft control and height adjustable control
  • AutoTrac part and full-time 4WD
  • Duramax 6.6L V-8 diesel direct injection
  • intercooled turbo
  • diesel
  • engine with 445HP
  • Front wireless smart device charging
  • Teen Driver restricted driving mode
  • Auxiliary camera
  • Keyless Open/Keyless Start with hands-free access and push button start
  • Keyfob window control
  • Video-feed rearview mirror
  • Bluetooth wireless audio streaming
  • Front mounted camera
  • Right side camera
  • Pickup box camera
  • Left side camera
  • Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert blind spot warning
  • Following Distance Indicator
  • Trailer tire pressure and temperature sensors
  • Trailer light test
  • Trailer light malfunction warning
  • Trailer theft alarm
  • Dual-zone front climate control
  • IntelliBeam auto high-beam headlights
  • Immobilizer
  • Bose speakers
  • Bluetooth handsfree wireless device connectivity
  • Trailer brake controller
  • Trailer sway control
  • Trailer backup assist with visual graphic guidance only
  • External memory control
  • Internet radio capability
  • 6 USB ports
  • Power extendable trailer mirrors
  • StabiliTrak w/Proactive Roll Avoidance electronic stability control system with anti-roll
  • Hill Descent Control (HDC)
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2020 GMC Sierra 2500HD AT4 Review

Driven by cheaper fuel prices and a resurgent appetite for all things large, the truck segment is in the midst of a renaissance like never before: they’re bigger, smarter, more capable and increasingly luxurious with jaw dropping price tags. And this one is a real monster – the all-new GMC Sierra Heavy Duty.
I’ve driven some big trucks this year including Ram’s new 3500 dually Mega Cab but this one feels even more gargantuan. It’s the Sierra 2500 Heavy Duty; taller and longer than its predecessor and now available in AT4 livery for a little more off-road worthiness. You’ll need the various sidesteps, bumper steps and grab handles for this one because it’s just that large. But that’s what you would expect from a next generation heavy duty; every adjective in the dictionary meaning MORE.
GMC says that trailering is the most important consideration for Sierra Heavy Duty customers – this one can tow 18,500 pound, by the way, you can check the specifics for your configuration right on the door jamb – so they’ve poured a boatload of resources into cameras, apps and a multitude of other features to make pulling stuff as safe and as stress-free as possible.
With 15 camera views including surround vision and a bed view, a rearview camera mirror, and an optional transparent trailer view camera that my tester doesn’t have and requires additional installation, every inch of this truck is covered by more eyeballs. Furthermore, there are larger, power extendable trailering mirrors with power retract, the all-new Park Grade Hold Assist that keeps the wheels braked for an extended period of time, a diesel exhaust brake and an in-vehicle trailering app that can retain various trailer profiles and perform safety tests with that same information available through the myGMC mobile app. And depending upon your trailer, the app can turn on the trailer’s air conditioning or water heater, check water and holding tank levels, or monitor fuel levels for the generator — all while you’re still driving. It does not have, however, Ford’s super easy Pro Trailer Backup Assist that does the steering for you but otherwise the breadth of trailering features here is off the charts impressive. The bed lift-in height is also lower than before for easier 5th wheel and gooseneck hitching. The bigger frame allows for up to 35,500 pounds when configured as a 3500HD, regular cab, 2WD dually diesel. Speaking of which…
So which do you choose: The new 6.6-liter gas V8 or, or for a mere $10,000 more, this carryover 6.6L Duramax diesel? Rated at 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque it feels more alive than the new 1000 pound-foot Cummins I recently tested in the Ram. And GMC says it now performs more efficiently thanks to this enormous grille and the hood scoop, allowing for increased cooling. I’ve averaged 15mpg.
(Driving stand-up)
The AT4 part of this equation starts with off-road tuned Rancho shocks, skid plates and a locking rear differential. Riding on optional 20” wheels fitted with new Goodyear Trailrunner tires, the AT4 also packs a specific Off-Road driving mode, Hill Descent Control and Hill Start Assist, a heads-up display, off-road gauges, and low speed surround vision camera. It also possesses a bolder appearance and red recovery hooks. Furthermore the cabin receives AT4 specific upgrades such as these color accents and all-weather floor liners. And despite its size it’s an easy going drive with surprisingly precise recirculating ball steering and a new 10-speed transmission that is smooth, reactive and beautifully matched with the diesel. The torsion bar front suspension is an interesting choice but the ride is super smooth UNTIL something upsets the body and then it’s jounce for days.
(Interior stand-up)
Space is not an issue…the rear seats are bigger than some apartments. There are also clever cubbies and the seats fold up when not needed. And my heavily optioned tester is loaded with luxury goodies and safety tech that gives it a high-end resume yet it all just looks a bit dated and uninspired when the competition is going all-in on such matters. I love the convenient location of the wireless charge pad, huge center console, and new higher seating position that places you nearly eye-to-eye with the big rig drivers. But this touchscreen is too small now and there’s no adaptive cruise control on 2500 models even though it looks like it exists. The safety features are otherwise high with auto high beams, the vibrating safety alert seat, lane departure warning and automatic emergency braking.
The next frontier in the pickup truck wars seems to be focused on the tailgate where cleverness has finally arrived. This one has 6 configurations to fit a variety of needs – it’s so smart you wonder why this hasn’t happened before.
Remember those old Chevy TV spots with Howie Long taking shots at Ford for their “old guy” tailgate step? Well, it looks like GM has come to the other side and then some. Called the MultiPro tailgate and introduced on the Sierra 1500, it now moves up to the big boys with various ways to make your job easier.
The price of this truck starts at $57,700 and with options checks in at a healthy $77,155 so Professional Grade doesn’t come cheaply. But this is no doubt a very impressive ¾ ton pickup with off-road chops, huge presence and the trailering tech to match.