If you have, and would call yourself an All Terrain X aficionado, then let us chat. Are you liking what GMC has done to beef up the looks of the Sierra and create the All Terrain X?
The stylistic nods are fairly subtle, but altogether, they create a very different package, unlike anything GMC currently offers for the Sierra, or the Canyon.
It starts with a unique All Terrain X grille up front, which uses tinted chrome accents to feel decidedly GMC, but also dirty; dirty in a good way, not a gross way. Every trim piece also sees the body-colored treatment to match the exterior color of your choice, and the bed mounted sport bar does wonders to give the truck a masculine, off-road presence.
The finishing touch are the 265/65R18SL Mud-Terrain-rated Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac MT tires, however. They also house appropriate 18-inch black aluminum wheels.
Altogether, the consensus between the staff is that it’s a looker. Sure, it puts form over function (this is not a Ford F-150 Raptor killer) but it’s almost there… sort of. We have no doubts the 2016 Sierra All Terrain X will find a home in plenty of driveways when it goes on sale this spring.
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