2024 GMC Sierra HD Now Available With Rain-Sensing Wipers16
The 2024 GMC Sierra HD pickup will include rain-sensing windshield wipers (RPO code CE1) among its available safety and convenience options, GM Authority has learned. This is the first time GM has offered the feature on the GMC Sierra‘s heavy-duty variant.
The rain-sensing windshield wipers sense rain and switch on automatically to keep the glass free of water. The system is intended to enhance driver convenience and eliminate or reduce the distraction of needing to flip on the windshield wipers manually.
The new wipers will be standard on four current 2024 GMC Sierra HD trims, including the SLT, AT4, Denali and Denali Ultimate trim levels. Two trim levels, the Pro and SLE, will not offer the rain-sensing wipers in any capacity.
Rain-sensing windshield wipers will also be standard on the new, upcoming trim introduced in the 2024 model year, the GMC Sierra HD AT4X. The AT4X is a trim with even more off-road capability than the outdoorsy GMC Sierra HD AT4.
While GM hasn’t yet provided a full description of the new off-road features of the AT4X, the trim is likely to equip front and rear e-lockers and Goodyear Territory MT tires. It is also expected to feature an increased ride height.
GM is rolling out the mid-cycle refresh in the 2024 GMC Sierra HD, which features an updated exterior including six new paint colors and a revised front bumper, fascia, and grille. The Pro’s interior stays the same, but the SLE, SLT, AT4, Denali, and Denali Ultimate trim levels all get a refresh.
Among other changes, availability of 12-volt outlets is reduced across all GMC Sierra HD trim levels in 2024, with front auxiliary outlets (RPO code KC5) still available only on the base Pro trim. The rear auxiliary 12-volt power outlet (RPO code KPA) has been eliminated from all trims.
However, the refreshed 2024 Sierra HD gains a handful of new features as well. IntelliBeam headlamps (RPO code TQ5), which provide an automatic high beam on/off function in response to the presence of other traffic, are standard across all trim levels, including the Pro, SLE, SLT, AT4, AT4X, Denali, and Denali Ultimate trims. Safety gets a boost from Automatic Emergency Braking being made standard on all trims.
Connectivity and communications will be enhanced on the 2024 GMC Sierra HD with standard GM Global B electronic architecture. Other updates and additions include Wireless Phone Projection (RPO code PPW) to support Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and the option to equip any 2024 Sierra HD with Adaptive Cruise Control (RPO code KSG).
As a reminder, start of regular production (SORP) for the 2024 GMC Sierra HD is scheduled for this month. GM Authority was the first to uncover pricing for the 2024 Sierra HD, with MSRPs ranging from $46,295 for a Pro 2500 HD to $100,695 for the range-topping Denali Ultimate 3500 HD.
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Hey Mary Barra, still waiting on heated steering wheel retrofit for 2022 GMC Sierra 2500 HD.
They need that for our 2024 models.
What have we come to as drivers? We gotta automatic brakes, automatic windshield wipers, automatic lane control, it never ends. More complicated, costly, harder to repair, all in the name of safety. Although i would love to see automatic dim your bright headlights feature for those of you don’t understand to dim your headlights when you are approaching someone but i digress. Jmho but if you can’t properly operate a vehicle without all these automatic features that are supposed to be safer then maybe you shouldn’t be driving.
It’s a basic feature that even cheap cars have now.
That these trucks haven’t had it for a decade already is pathetic.
$100,695 For the Denali 3500. I can see a lot of theses trucks sitting on lots for a long time at those prices. That MSRP is a little over $20k than my 2020 3500 Denali, insane!
That’s Awesome basically GM screwed everyone who spent 95K on a 2023 HD truck that is now loaded with all the stuff the half ton trucks have. Anyone who bought a 2023 truck should get these options for free they didn’t increase the cost of trim on HD Denali Ultimate on 2023 late model or new 2024 just way more options. This will be my last GM product. I’ll assure you.
Nobody got screwed. The got what they bought.
They could have bought a Ford or Ram.
Always a day late and a dollar more.
22 2500 hd. ATX ~100 K with taxes, no heated seats no heated steering wheel due to chip shortage. waiting a year so far and still waiting, at time of purchase told it would be done by fall ( 5 month ago). GM should get the OnStar people to manage their communication those guys try to sell me a retention package every month, as if, LOL
Everyone understands my frustration and they are working diligently to resolve the issues and apologize profusely for the inconvenience it is causing. BUT and her comes they are putting parts in new trucks so where is the shortage ?
Or is it really just more of a focus on selling trucks than producing a quality product and quality customer experience. My buddies Ford has remote access for life included. Heated seats front and back that actually work and heated steering wheel that works. Maybe GM could call Henry T Ford and find out where they bought parts.
So lets add some more complexity to the truck so we have more parts we can’t install, or even answer when they will be installed.
Must be your first truck. Go buy a Ford then. The company with 2x the warranty costs of GM.
Love how you think that Ford doesn’t have a focus on selling trucks, when Ford is heavily into fleet sales that are going to be somebody else’s problem after 6 years. Perfect example being ongoing CP4 pump failures. In 150,000 miles, you will need to spend $10k to replace the entire high pressure fuel system. Ford being the only company still shipping those pumps, where FCA’s recalled all of them.
Also you got a recall where 7 months of Super Duty transmissions have to be opened and a whole gearset replaced.
Funny you say a steering wheel that actually works when Super Duty’s have had a decade of steering wobble and suspension oscillation.
This is always the saturated GM Lifer comment go by a Ford Then. I think alot are. GM is not the quality they were. and they HD’s that are cost more than a Corvette.
Are rain sensing wipers necessary for an AI vehicle?
hmmm good question to ponder, but you should proly be worried if it will decide to kill you by driving you into oncoming traffic since it will eventually realize that humans are the problem and are killing the earth and must be exterminated, lol sorry couldnt help it:)
Are you brain dead
I want to know why my 2021 Denali HD has everything for active cruise, but no programming. I had a 2017 F250 with active cruise…..