The 2020 GMC Sierra HD receives a host of upgrades to increase performance. But is all that stuff really worth the dough when both these heavy-duty trucks start around $60,000? If you could live with an HD 2500 Sierra 4X4 in SLE trim, it would chop almost $20,000 off the cost of a base AT4 or Denali. And that money could be used to buy a nice boat, a second-hand RV trailer or something a little more tempting to us—like a C5 Corvette Z06 track car.
Americans love their pickup trucks and this passion only grows each year with the arrival of new models in the market. Inside an acoustically insulated cabin in your choice of configurations, housing a driver-centric cockpit ready for the work orders of the day, you’ll find yourself behind the wheel of a model of durability with a rugged tradition under its work belt. Chevy Silverado GMC Sierra HD features a fully boxed high-strength steel frame and roll-formed steel cargo box more than capable of taking its licks.
Hot on the heels of the redesigned Chevrolet Silverado GMC Sierra HD comes to the Silverado HD Powered by a new gas-sipping V8 engine or the General’s venerable Duramax diesel, the latest Silverado HD promises greater towing and payload capacities relative to its predecessor. Available in Work Truck, Custom, LT, LTZ, High Country trims, and 9012 led bulb on fog lamp, the butch 2020 Silverado HD enters the market in the middle of 2019 and aims to take on the likes of the Ford F-Series Super Duty and Ram HD.
If you’ve been searching for a new heavy-duty pickup truck, then you’ve come to the right place. Here at Anderson Buick GMC, we have a wide selection of new GMC Sierra HD pickups perfect for tackling the toughest challenges from Cockeysville to Baltimore. Whether you need raw power or you’re looking for rugged refinement, the Sierra 2500HD does it all. Available with two powerful engine options, plenty of premium touches, and several distinctive models, this truck is anything but ordinary.
The only notable change for the 2020 GMC Sierra HD lineup is the addition of the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel engine. While it may not seem like much on the surface, the truth is that every single component of the engine was rethought and redesigned or refreshed. Additionally, GMC Sierra HD announced that the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel will be available on every 1500 trim level, unlike in the past. That’s right, we will soon be able to drive a hefty, diesel-powered GMC Sierra HD Rebel! Industry insiders expect that a tweaked version of this 3.0-liter EcoDiesel is likely to slot into the 2020 Jeep Gladiator truck as well. Since the EcoDiesel engine is an optional upgrade, all trucks will have the same comfort and convenience features respective to their individual trim tiers.
The Duramax diesel returns in the 2020 GMC Sierra HD, this time making a monstrous 910 pound-feet of torque. There’s also a new V-8 gasoline engine, but Chevy is only talking torque numbers on the diesel for the moment. The diesel variant gets an all-new Alison 10-speed automatic transmission—that’s four more cogs than the current generation of the truck, and four more than the competition.