2021 GMC Sierra HD Sees Small Price Increase3
The 2021 GMC Sierra HD has received minor price increases across the board, which will become effective immediately.
From now on, the 2021 GMC Sierra HD in the base-level Sierra trim will be $400 more expensive. The SLE and SLT models will also be $900 and $300 more expensive, respectively, while the AT4 will go up in price by $400. The range-topping Denali model will also get $900 more expensive.
These price increases stay consistent across both 2021 Sierra 2500HD and 3500HD models with any powertrain and drivetrain configuration. The totals were calculated with destination and freight charges factored into the base price of the truck.
Let’s use the base-level 2021 GMC Sierra 2500HD as an example as to how these pricing changes will take hold in the real world. A Sierra 2500HD regular cab long box in the base-level trim with rear-wheel-drive and the 6.6L L8T V8 engine was previously priced at $37,395 including destination. Going forward, this same truck will cost $37,795 including destination, as the base Sierra trim has gone up in price by $400.
General Motors applied a number of small updates to the 2021 GMC Sierra HD. This included the addition of three new exterior colors, Ebony Twilight Metallic, Cayenne Red Tintcoat and Hunter Metallic, which replaced Dark Sky Metallic and Red Quartz Tintcoat. The automaker also introduced new wheel designs for the truck, new packaging changes and standard wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, among many other minor revisions and changes.
The 2021 GMC Sierra HD is built at the GM Flint Assembly plant in Michigan alongside the closely related 2021 Chevy Silverado HD. Like the Sierra HD, the Silverado HD also received a small price increase across all trim levels this week. The Silverado price changes are similar, with the base WT going up in price by $400 and the range-topping High Country going up by $900.
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we seeing everything but the new interiors
too busy w/ energizer bunny projects
Being a GM / Chevy guy for 40 years, & owning a 69, 73, 79 & 86 Camero Z-28’s, and a 79, 82, 94, Silverado’sI, and a 02, 06 & 08 Trailblazer’s.
Sadly, the GM design team has gone in the wrong direction for all of their models, especially the Camero.
I was looking for a pickup truck in 2019, the 2019 newer Chevy pickup truck front end is the ugliest thing I have ever seen !!!
I did look at the new Dodge Limited because of the awesome big screen console, leather was superior, but the Dodge Hemi V-8 has lower HP & lower tow capacity.
Then I looked at Ford Platinum 3.5 Twin turbo which has a nicer interior & higher tow capacity than GM but the Ford body style looks like 2005 old truck.
I decided to buy the best looking GM truck available in 2019, the 1/2 ton GMC Denali new body style because of the awesome front grill, and new tailgate, even though it has the same average interior, same size average screen, and same 6.2 option engine as the SLT models in 2019 ! ! !
The GM (Chevy & GMC) pickups are behind in a few areas ;
1 – INTERIOR leather stitching/quality is OK for a mid-range priced SLT, but not for the Denali or High Country.
2 – SCREEN size seems dated, OK for mid-range price, but the Denali should have a larger size as the Dodge, or BIGGER would put GM ahead of the competition !
3 – INTERIOR – 2 things ;
a) Better quality & stitching for Denali models.
b) Better color options for the Denali model, that include a rich chocolate brown, to match the Black, White, Silver & Maroon exteriors. that Ford & Dodge offer in their top of the line models.
4 – 6.2 V-8 HORSEPOWER is nice, but GM does not offer more performance in a 6.2 , and could offer the 7.0 – 500HP Camero engine, but a Denali should have both of these options, to out perform the Fords.
Currently, Ford 3,5 V-6 twin turbo out performs GM & Dodge V-8’s in performance.
5 – TOW ratings – & tow ratings/pulling power (to 13,000),
6 – WHEELS – The 22″ for Denali pickups looks awesome, and handle great, but the ride is a little rougher because of the shorter side walls, than the 20″ wheels on a SLT from the test drives I did. Top of the line pickups should ride smoother than base models,.
a – Offer a larger tire size for the 22″ wheels to remedy the ride.
b – Offer better wheel options in chrome or contrast, not just aluminum for Denali’s.