2020 GMC Sierra HD Pricing Starts At $37,1958
Last week the complete pricing breakdown for the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD was published by General Motors. Now the automaker has released pricing for its slightly more luxurious stablemate, the 2020 GMC Sierra HD, which will start at $37,195 for a Regular Cab base model.
While the Silverado HD actually went down in price compared to the outgoing model, the 2020 GMC Sierra HD has gotten more expensive in certain trim levels. Some equivalent SLE trim level trucks are a couple of thousand dollars less than before, but the Denali has spiked in price by a whopping $7,000.
This price difference is mostly due to the fact that the Denali can no longer be ordered with two-wheel drive, however even without the price of four-wheel drive factored in, the 2020 GMC Sierra HD Denali is still a few thousand dollars more expensive than before.
The $37,195 price tag on the 2020 GMC Sierra HD is for the reintroduced Regular Cab base model. This can be somewhat confusing, as the $38,200 starting price of the 2019 GMC Sierra HD is for a Double Cab model, as the Regular Cab was not offered at the time. For comparison’s sake, the base 2020 Sierra 2500 HD Double Cab is essentially the same price as a comparable 2019 model, going up by $100.
Just like with the Chevy, the 2020 GMC Sierra HD comes standard with a 6.6-liter L8T V8, which is good for 401 horsepower and 464 pound-feet of torque. GM’s improved 6.6-liter L5P Duramax diesel V8 is also on the table. The V8 is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, while the diesel is mated to an Allison-branded 10-speed automatic.
GM began shipping the 2020 GMC Sierra HD to dealerships on Monday. All versions of the truck are built at the automaker’s Flint Assembly plant in Michigan alongside the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD.
|Sierra 2500 Regular Cab||Sierra 2500 Double Cab||Sierra 2500 Crew Cab||Sierra 3500 Regular Cab||Sierra 3500 Double Cab||Sierra 3500 Crew Cab|
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Ok re:Denali, so why not price comparison on earlier Denali 4×4 models vs the 2020 as GM price increase, this would possibly scare potential customers for a $7,000 increase! This in light of the term several thousand more? Lets write a apples to apples and NOT apples to bing cherries! Also what the dually cost ’19 to 2020 models. Come on finsh your price data comparision and not let possible customers hang.
Also how about a full update on the Denali production including duallys
So the HD line is rolling… also what is models is GMC accepting as of what date.
All the prices are exorbitant, they don’t have $30,000 in the basic truck and accessories in the upgraded trucks don’t add up to $35,000. If everybody would back off for a year those prices would drop like a rock.
I don’t care for the look on the 2020 GMC it looks to much like a Dodge. I prefer my 2018.
TBH, IMHO, the GMC looks much better than the Chevy, unfortunately as it cost’s more. But, because of it’s front end looks, may be worth it. Personal preference I guess…
We at the dealership level are going to be able to submit orders for the 2020 Dually beginning on July 18, 2019. The rest of the 2020 Heavy Duty line is available to order at this point. We are able to configure them, but they will not accept those orders yet.
JBS do you know when they will release the blue color paint on the dually. Also another question on the tail gate from what I read the step tail gate is “NOT” available with the goose neck option package? is this true, it has the tracks would be a dealer installed system or is this part of a bed cover tracks? I am also trying to find out if you have the optional cameras A) will there be a cable extension for longer trailers B) when you select the rear camera on the infotainment center will the tail gate camera over ride the trailer camera while reversing? The tail gate camera is no use when there is a trailer. What city and state are you in JBS?
With the high price tag, i wonder if they still selling them with outraged maps,. My truck 2018 had a sticker price of 48k and the map was outdated. They want me to pay to update it. WHY? Everyone, just connects the phone and uses google maps. It just makes GM look like cheap penny pichers, trying for any money grap they can.
i just purchased one the other day and was being pressured to buy a warranty being told that if a system goes bad in the truck and it affects and damages another system i would be responsible for paying for said damages of the second system.