GM Increases 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 Prices68
Back in October of 2021, General Motors unveiled the fully refreshed 2022 GMC Sierra 1500, introducing a wealth of changes and updates over the pre-refresh 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 Limited. Introductory pricing was also revealed, but now, it looks as though General Motors has raised prices for the refreshed 2022 GMC Sierra 1500.
General Motors launched the refreshed 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 online configurator earlier this month, and with it, the latest pricing information for the light duty pickup. As such, we now know that pricing for the refreshed 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 has increased across the board as compared to the pickup’s introductory pricing.
The 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 price increases between the pricing listed on the online configurator and the introductory pricing breaks down as follows for each of the trim levels:
- 2022 GMC Sierra Pro – $2,500
- 2022 GMC Sierra SLE – $2,360
- 2022 GMC Sierra Elevation – $2,400
- 2022 GMC Sierra SLT – $900
- 2022 GMC Sierra AT4 – $1,100
- 2022 GMC Sierra AT4X – $1,100
- 2022 GMC Sierra Denali – $1,100
- 2022 GMC Sierra Denali Ultimate – $95
With that covered, check out the table below for the full refreshed 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 pricing, including the pricing listed on the online configurator, the introductory pricing reported previously, and the pricing for equivalent, pre-refresh 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 Limited models. Note that all prices listed include a $1,695 Destination Freight Charge (DFC).
|Trim Level||Configuration||Drivetrain||Engine||2022 Sierra 1500 MSRP + DFC||2022 Sierra 1500 Introductory MSRP + DFC||2022 Sierra 1500 Limited + DFC|
|Sierra Pro||Regular Cab Standard Box||2WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$34,995||$32,495|
|Sierra Pro||Regular Cab Standard Box||4WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$39,595|
|Sierra Pro||Regular Cab Long Box||2WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$35,195||$32,895|
|Sierra Pro||Regular Cab Long Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$34,685|
|Sierra Pro||Regular Cab Long Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$37,185|
|Sierra Pro||Regular Cab Long Box||4WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$39,795||$37,495|
|Sierra Pro||Regular Cab Long Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$39,285|
|Sierra Pro||Regular Cab Long Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$41,785|
|Sierra Pro||Double Cab||2WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$38,295||$36,795|
|Sierra Pro||Double Cab||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$38,585|
|Sierra Pro||Double Cab||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$40,285|
|Sierra Pro||Double Cab||4WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$41,595||$40,095|
|Sierra Pro||Double Cab||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$41,885|
|Sierra Pro||Double Cab||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$43,585|
|Sierra Pro||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$40,695||$39,195|
|Sierra Pro||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$40,985|
|Sierra Pro||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$42,685|
|Sierra Pro||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$43,995||$42,495|
|Sierra Pro||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$44,285|
|Sierra Pro||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$45,590|
|Sierra Pro||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$44,295||$42,795|
|Sierra Pro||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$44,585|
|Sierra Pro||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$45,890|
|SLE||Double Cab||2WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$46,255||$43,895||$44,095|
|SLE||Double Cab||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$45,490|
|SLE||Double Cab||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$47,850|
|SLE||Double Cab||2WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$48,645||$46,485|
|SLE||Double Cab||4WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$49,555||$47,395|
|SLE||Double Cab||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$51,100||$48,990|
|SLE||Double Cab||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$51,945||$49,785|
|SLE||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$48,655||$46,495|
|SLE||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$47,890|
|SLE||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$50,200|
|SLE||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$51,045||$48,885|
|SLE||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$51,955||$49,795|
|SLE||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed|
|SLE||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$53,550||$51,390|
|SLE||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$54,345||$52,185|
|SLE||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$52,255||$50,095|
|SLE||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$53,850||$51,690|
|SLE||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$54,645||$52,485|
|Elevation||Double Cab||2WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$47,895||$45,495||$45,795|
|Elevation||Double Cab||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$47,190|
|Elevation||Double Cab||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$49,490|
|Elevation||Double Cab||2WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$50,285||$48,185|
|Elevation||Double Cab||4WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$51,195||$49,095|
|Elevation||Double Cab||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$52,790||$50,690|
|Elevation||Double Cab||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$53,585||$51,485|
|Elevation||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$50,495||$48,395|
|Elevation||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$49,790|
|Elevation||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$52,090|
|Elevation||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$52,885||$50,785|
|Elevation||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$53,795||$51,695|
|Elevation||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$55,390||$53,290|
|Elevation||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$56,185||$54,085|
|Elevation||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B||$54,095||$51,995|
|Elevation||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$55,690||$53,590|
|Elevation||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$56,485||$54,385|
|SLT||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$50,195|
|SLT||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$51,795||$50,895|
|SLT||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$52,790||$51,190|
|SLT||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$54,895||$53,495|
|SLT||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$55,890||$54,490|
|SLT||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$59,060||$55,990|
|SLT||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$55,395||$53,795|
|SLT||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$56,390||$54,790|
|SLT||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$59,560||$56,290|
|AT4||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$62,095||$60,995||$58,495|
|AT4||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$63,595||$59,995|
|AT4||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$62,395||$58,695|
|AT4||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$63,895||$60,195|
|AT4X||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$76,095||$74,995|
|Denali||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/8-speed||$58,990|
|Denali||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$62,395||$61,295|
|Denali||Crew Cab Short Box||2WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$63,390||$59,985|
|Denali||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$65,695||$62,290|
|Denali||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$66,690||$63,285|
|Denali||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$68,190||$64,785|
|Denali||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||5.3L V8 L84 w/10-speed||$66,195||$62,590|
|Denali||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$67,190||$63,585|
|Denali||Crew Cab Standard Box||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$68,690||$65,085|
|Denali Ultimate||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LM2||$80,490||$80,395|
|Denali Ultimate||Crew Cab Short Box||4WD||6.2L V8 L87||$81,990|
Notably, the refreshed 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 also includes price increases as compared to equivalent pre-refresh 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 Limited models.
As for the specs, the refreshed 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 is available with four powertrains, including the turbocharged 2.7L I4 L3B gasoline engine (now producing 20 percent more torque for a maximum of 430 pound-feet), as well as the atmospheric 5.3L V8 L84 gasoline engine, the atmospheric 6.2L V8 L87 gasoline engine, and the 3.0L I6 LM2 turbodiesel Duramax.
The pickup rides on the GM T1 platform, while production takes place at the GM Fort Wayne Assembly facility in Indiana and GM Silao Plant in Mexico.
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Of course they did and the sheep will pay it. This is Mary’s new business model. Low inventory and high prices, with the same sh!tty quality. Recall after recall, class action lawsuit after class action lawsuit. I need a V8 truck, but there is no way am I spending 60k for a decent 1/2 ton and no one else should either. Be patient and show GM that the consumer determines the price not them. But then again the same morons who are paying $5k plus markups will line up to pay these exorbitant prices. It doesn’t surprise me that most people don’t have more than $500.00 in savings and are living paycheck to paycheck.
These prices increases are mostly due to y’all’s president more than anything. Inflation, supply chain shortages, lack of labor.
You’re so basic.
You’re such a douche.
It all started with Trump. He messed this country up so much that Biden is doing his best to get it going again but the REPUBLICANS keep bucking.
Then leave George. You don’t have to be here. Pack your bags and leave you can afford a passport can’t you?
Cry more GeorgeS
I’m with you the average Joe probably will give they’re trucks back who can make a $1000.00 a mo.payment with with sky rocketing prices of gas /rent lender are going to get tighter my e GM think you can sleep in your truck
$1000 a month payment will turn into $1500 real soon.
Come on higher interest rates. Let’s get to 10% interest rates like in the early 80s.
Then Millennials & Gen Zers can experience Stagflation first hand.
So?, Is everyone entitled to a new vehicle by the time they turn 18?. I was the used car king for awhile before my finances and status required a new car. Keep getting used until you’re ready for new because the othe boys raise their prices as well, this isn’t strictly GM only…
Right now buying used is a terrible idea. Used vehicle prices are so inflated you’ll be underwater in a year. Most of the used vehicles are selling for barely under their oeiginal MSRP.
If you have to buy right now it’s best to buy new at MSRP. Right now no one should be buying anything unless they absolutely need it.
My point stands, yes it’s better to buy new or hold till next year but who says you have to buy marked up used also?.
If you can get a deal yeah it’s fine but there are also some deals on new cars out there with smaller dealers looking for good customer experience.
The good news is trade in prices have taken a HUGE dip in the last few months. This should give you a lot more leverage especially with private sellers since they cant just flip it to a dealer. Im still looking as I wont pay these insane prices and hoping to find a decent deal.
I’ve got black on black Denali with 3.0 Diesel being built on 3/14. I’m pretty pumped about it. An allocation was open and Mike called me so I secured the vehicle and called it a day. You can order any gmc truck at $300 over invoice at Robideaux Motors. Mike Neglio is awesome and is responsive. Contact Mike @ +1 (208) 755-9685 tell him Nate sent you please.
I expected the prices to increase because the market is strong and the new trucks are more desirable. However, these are significant increases. Not only are the shown base rates increasing, the options are increasing as well. The double whammy of increases is that General Motors is not anticipating any (much) discount from MSRP anytime soon. All vehicles are high priced right now but these rates will push potential customers (me) to at least consider other options previously considered too expensive.
Honestly might as well get a 3/4ton truck at these prices, they’re only a few thousand bucks more. A well equipped LT Z71 sport 2500 diesel is only 3k more then the equivalent 1/2ton.
Costs savings 101 would be to reduce the product line to save money. Maybe we could have kept the same MSRP if they cut back on all of these trim levels which are mostly just glorified appearance packages
Yea I reserved a Denali a few months back… super cruise package and other other options will make it ~$74k. Didn’t see myself spending that much, but it is still $65k+ to buy used ‘21 non refresh with 10k miles. I’ll stick with it.
Enjoy having your wallet bleed in agony over your foolishness.
Don’t come crying to the government for a bailout or stimulus check.
Because of these price hikes we’re just not going to buy. Hopefully used prices balance out soon and if not I’ll have to track down a fixer upper from back when truck prices were reasonable.
You can still find early 2000s GM trucks in great condition with under 80,000 miles for $15000.
That is what the financially smart are buying.
Trucks go up every year. Release a new version and price goes way up. Nothing new with that scenario. Amazing why the asking price is for used trucks. Almost no depreciation from when new.
That used market IS going to collapse eventually and when it does it’s going to be a fire sale. The dealers will eventually need to offload those cars fast as they’re just costing them money every month. I’m hoping that happens sooner rather then later.
Agreed. Rising interest rates are the key to kicking in the market collapse sooner rather than later.
Increase the price and discontinue more and more options GM’s way of business!
everyone of you guys that has a reservation dont have a clue when your truck is getting built, gm dont have a clue , dealers dont have a answer , yet your all lined up to buy this new tech junk there trying to turn out and paying stupid inflated prices. i will say you all like very dark color trucks and black because thats gm new theme, dark paint , unfinshed plastic trim everywere , recalls, law suits , ect. I ordered a 2022 Ford F-350 king ranch and had it in 7 weeks , its comfortable , it runs great , no issues ,
Ok, good for you. I’m switching from ford because my expedition has been trash. In and out of the shop constantly for things that should not fail at 50k miles, like lower control arms, windshield wipers, etc., but you do you. I am *not* going to buy a used car at these prices because I won’t buy one without a warranty and after all of that, you pay about the same as new. Every used car I’ve bought in the last ten years, the warranty has paid for itself multiple times.
You clearly don’t know how to buy good vehicles.
None of my used cars have had major repairs and they are all out of warranty.
Doing research on vehicles is bliss.
Matter of luck. Not research. Sorry. A low mileage, one owner vehicle should not give you problems for a while, especially a model that doesn’t have a lot of known mechanical issues. In my opinion and experience though, my fords have been a lot less reliable than my GMs.
No it’s a matter of doing research. Claiming luck is just foolishness on your part.
Enjoy getting burned though.
So many gullible consumers.
When it comes crashing down We’ll have the last laugh.
Hoping that happens soon, then maybe it will stop your ongoing whining.
But here you are whining about him.
No numbskull, that was a statement. Now if I was to repeat the same basic message, that would be whining.
That’s all you do is complain about what others say on here. Actually I take that back you do two thing you bit€h about what others say and talk about politics that’s it.
#3 I point out the obvious @@sholes ^
You got that wrong. #3 is you are a troll who complains nonstop.
If you just make more money, then it doesn’t matter if you waste a little bit on a brand new fancy-pants pick-em-up-truck Evan.
Why do you care so much what other people do? Maybe if you spent your time hustling more, instead of trying to educate people on the internet, you could have a new vehicle to.
Because the wealthy time and time and time again continue to either rig the system then cry for a bailout when the economy tanks. Or throw their money away and warp the economy for the rest of us.
Several Covid programs like the Stimulus checks, Small Business Loans, Payroll Protection Program enhanced and so on were used by the well off in a blatant ethical violation and even a legal violation in several cases.
The age of excess is coming to an end. Especially with the surging homelessness and collapsing middle class.
Finally I have the $$$ for a new vehicle. I chose to not buy one an enable this warped market.
Don’t buy GM, then there will be nothing to whine about!
You know Dave The expedition just has a report the other day that its one of the vehicles to make it to 200K miles , do I believe it , no I don’t. but sometimes people get a lemon of a vehicle , happends with all of them. all trucks , SUVS start problems at 45 – 50K because there designed this way, its makes the buyer spend money on repairs, or you go buy a new one. I my self dumps out of them at 35K miles and get new , that way no repairs, no brakes , its a good right off and its new again.
So… MSRP has increased. At least that’s transparent, but it’s still a crapshoot what we’re going to pay after the dealer’s markups.
Find a better dealer. Mine doesn’t mark up the prices. They sell for MSRP
Wudn’t it be nice if there was a list of dealers that actually sell for MSRP or less.
Joinyaa has a good list of them and has a lot info on how to get a decent deal
Thanks for the recommendation on the website. I looked at it and it does have some good info. I haven’t found it particularly difficult to call dealers and ask what their position is on selling the refresh models. If they have a market adjustment they’ll tell you and if they sell at no more than MSRP they’ll tell you that too. They are still trying to sell vehicles and are suffering from some of the same things that buyers (and GM for that matter) are suffering.
Robideaux motors sells orders at $300 over invoice. Try and get a courtesy delivery to a dealer local to you if they’re too far but their pricing is legit. Contact Mike @ +1 (208) 755-9685 tell him Nate sent you please. Mine gets built 3/14
andrew, you act like thats something special at msrp , then they add 13 – 14 hundred in fees , ect. 3 years ago were were buying at invoice, with 5 or 6 k in cash back for a discount of 10 – 11 K , dont worry thow the market will crash, becasue everyone will be hammered upside down in two years, the repos will start, market will tank , and your 85K GMC is now worth 35K and your wanting to trade and your 20K upside down, fun times are a coming, lets go Brandon
It’s all about the law of supply and demand. There is no reason for General Motors to incentivize the trucks that have so many customers in line waiting to buy. Working at a dealer from a salesperson point of view, it’s all about overhead. Turn on low overhead and more customers in line ready to buy who gives us orders for their new truck so it is a quick turn for the dealership and more profitable for the dealership and for GM because we don’t have high overhead and old age new vehicle inventory.
Fair points on the pricing. My thought is I’m selling my used car foe about 8K more thank I paid for it. For me, it’s offsetting the MSRP discounts of a soft market…
I’m not acting like it’s special. I’m saying find a better dealer that isn’t price gouging by selling above MSRP.
With gas quickly heading to $4-$5 a gallon, the Big 3 are gonna cry when sales of full size pickups & SUV’s vaporize. Dealer lots may finally fill up again, with all that unsold inventory 🙂
Amen. Shows how stupid they were discontinuing their sedans.
That 50+ mpg Chevy Cruze Diesel I had is a prime example of GM being stupid by not marketing or producing it in any serious numbers.
Fortunately the Japanese are wise & continue to produce hybrids that get great gas mileage.
I put 6.7 gallons of mid grade in my Geo Metro 35 bucks! That’s a new record for my little penny pincher.
Ummm my former 2017 Chevy Cruze Diesel gets the same MPG and isn’t slow as a snail or a death trap in a crash.
The Geo Metro is danger on 4 wheels.
Yep, my 2018 Cruze diesel HB is all I need 99.99 percent of the time. Plenty fast. Plenty roomy. So many faux environmentalists daily driving their nutjob $60K, 6,000 lb. monster pickups and SUVs, makes one’s head spin. Can’t fix stupid.
Ty for increasing prices to make my future decisions easy.
Amazing how few of the above geniuses learned to spell back in grade/middle school.
It would be nice to have a mute feature for specific contributors but to each their own. I get a little weary of the know-it-all comments about how GM should run the company and, of course, the “Ford is better” or “Dodge is better” comments. Some guys complain about not being offered their most cherished option and others think too many options/configurations are driving prices up.
I’m a customer and will decide what to buy based on my own need, desire, and budget fit. I’ve bought twenty or so new cars and trucks in the last 40 years including some pretty nice ones and some more pedestrian models. No manufacturer has every really asked my opinion. We vote with our pocketbook.
I’ve picked up some good tips from this site’s comments. I just want information about vehicles and information about what’s coming down the pike. But again, to each their own. They may not like my comments either.
I will keep my 1994 F150 Lightning which I only drive when I absolutely need to haul something (meaning almost never), thanks. Last of the real pickups. Have fun with your batsh!t crazy modernity and enjoy those stammering gas prices. They’ll keep selling like hotcakes, of course.
Another point: on the Canadian website, the interest rate is 3.99% when financed (per year) for the updated model vs. 1.99 for the limited one (old model). At first, it might not look like much, but on a 60,000 CAD$ financed vehicle, every two weeks it represents about +20$ *2 * 12 (months) * 7 (years) = 3360 CAD$.
I’m mentioning this since on the US website the % is not shown…
Here in Canada we are seriously penalized given the finance rate (%) + the lack of any rebate + price increase. Personally I’m kinda ok with that price increase but the finance rate increase and lack of rebate makes a very important difference.