General Motors has applied mild increases to the Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of all 2021 GMC models.
|Sierra 1500 Base||LV3, L3B||$100|
|Sierra 1500 Base||L82||$50|
|Sierra 1500 SLE||L3B, LM2||$100|
|Sierra 1500 SLE||L84||$50|
|Sierra 1500 Elevation||L3B, LM2||$200|
|Sierra 1500 Elevation||L84||$150|
|Sierra 1500 SLT||L84 w/8-speed auto, LM2||$200|
|Sierra 1500 SLT||L87||$0|
|Sierra 1500 SLT w/Premium Plus Package||L84 w/10-speed auto||$6,345|
|Sierra 1500 AT4||L84, LM2, L87||$400|
|Sierra 1500 Denali||L84||$200|
|Sierra 1500 Denali||LM2, L87||$500|
|Sierra 2500HD Base||L8T, L5P||$100|
|Sierra 2500HD SLE, SLT, Denali||L8T, L5P||$400|
|Sierra 2500HD AT4||L8T, L5P||$500|
|Sierra 3500HD Base||L8T, L5P||$100|
|Sierra 3500HD SLE, SLT, Denali||L8T, L5P||$400|
|Sierra 3500HD AT4||L8T, L5P||$500|
The price increases range from $50 to $800 depending on the model chosen. The base 2021 GMC Sierra with the 4.3L LV3 V6 and 2.7L L3B I-4 engines, for example, will now be $100 more expensive, while base models with the 5.3L L82 and 5.3L L84 V8 engines are now $50 more expensive. The most significant price increase among Sierra models has been applied to the range-topping Denali trim, which is now $200-$500 more expensive depending on the chosen powertrain. Price increases for the 2021 GMC Sierra HD range from $100 on the low end up to $500.
|Acadia SLE, SLT, AT4, Denali||$300|
|Canyon Elevation Standard||$400|
|Canyon Elevation, Denali||$300|
|Terrain SLE, SLT||$100|
|Yukon SLE, AT4||$700|
|Yukon SLT, Denali||$600|
|Yukon XL SLE, AT4||$700|
|Yukon XL SLT, Denali||$600|
The 2021 GMC Yukon and Yukon XL, meanwhile, have received a similar price increase. The price of the SLE and AT4 trim levels for both the Yukon and Yukon XL has gone up by $700, while the rest of the model range is now $600 more expensive. The GMC Savana cargo van has gone up in price by $500, while the passenger variant has increased by a significant $800. Price increases for the GMC Canyon mid-size pickup range from $200 for the AT4 trim to $400 for the Elevation trim.
GMC’s crossover lineup is also now slightly more expensive. The Acadia is now $300 more across the board, although the price of the base-level SL trim remains the same. Similarly, the price of the GMC Terrain SLE and SLT has gone up by $100, but the price of the base SL trim is the same. The GMC Terrain Denali sticks with its $37,095 base price, as well, as the Terrain Denali was introduced after these price changes came into effect, so they are already factored into the asking price.