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GMC Roughs up Refinement With 2019 Sierra AT4

GMC is going further into the off-road truck segment with the 2019 GMC Sierra AT4, a slightly more in-depth off-roader than the previous Sierra All-Terrain model, but not quite a Ford F-150 Raptor competitor.  “The 2019 Sierra AT4 is designed for the customer who wants an elevated presence on the road and the capability to venture off life’s beaten path,”…

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All-New 2019 GMC Sierra Revealed

GMC has finally revealed the all-new 2019 Sierra, which is sporting a new GMC-specific design and a host of new technologies to cater to the GMC buyer.  As expected, the Sierra is further departing from its Chevrolet Silverado cousin when it comes to exterior design. It seems with each generation GMC designers get a bit more freedom, and it is…

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2019 GMC Sierra Teased in Advance of Reveal

While the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado has already broken cover, its all-new GMC Sierra sibling has remained a mystery. The mystery will soon be solved, as noted with a new teaser shot giving us an official glimpse at the 2019 Sierra.  The teaser itself may help us better understand why GM did not reveal the new Silverado and Sierra together. It…

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2019 GMC Sierra Debuting Next Month

While the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado has formally bowed, it's GMC Sierra cousin is still a mystery. Well, the mystery will reported end on March 1st, when GMC will reveal the 2019 Sierra at an event in Detroit.  Details about the event and truck are not yet known. It is expected the 2019 Sierra will sport a design more unique from…

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Next-Gen GMC Sierra Spied With Diesel Engine

Thus far General Motors has avoided slotting a diesel engine into its half-ton pickups, but that is likely to change soon. Spy photographers have yet again spotted test mules of the new pickups--dubbed the T1XX trucks--with what appear to be suggestions of a diesel engine under the hood. The spy photographers claim the test trucks shows signs of having a…

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GMC May Add New Compact SUV

General Motors' truck brand is wanting to add a compact SUV to its lineup. This theoretical vehicle would slot under the GMC Terrain to be in one of the hottest segments on the market, which is already somewhat covered by GMC's stablemate Buick with its Encore. "To me, there is more room for SUVs in the GMC stable," head of…

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GMC Evolves 'Professional Grade' Marketing

There aren't many automotive brands who can say they've had the same marketing tagline for 20 years, but GMC can say exactly that. GM's truck brand has been using the "Professional Grade" marketing theme for over 20 years, with arguably a high degree of success over the years. However, GMC has decided it's time to evolve its professional image. Today…

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2018 GMC Yukon Denali Adds Gears, New Grille

It's long been speculated that General Motors would update its 2018 full-size SUV lineup and now we have confirmation. GMC is announcing the 2018 Yukon Denali, which will feature a couple more gears in the transmission and some small styling changes to keep things fresh. A quick glance at the GMC Acadia Denali and 2018 Terrain Denali showcases a new…

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2018 GMC Terrain Priced At $25,970

Today GMC has placed an official price tag on the all-new 2018 Terrain. Wearing a base price of $25,970 including destination. The price tag is an increase of about $1,500 from the outgoing base model; a nod to GMC's continued move upmarket. The higher base price isn't just for GMC to appear more upmarket, though. The 2018 Terrain comes standard…

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Production of Duramax Turbo-Diesel Engine Reaches 2 Million Units

General Motors, DMAX, Ltd. and its employees celebrated production of the 2 millionth Duramax 6.6L V8 turbo-diesel engine this week at the Duramax Engine Plant in Moraine Ohio. DMAX manufacturers the Duramax diesel engine for use in heavy duty versions of the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups, as well as some Navistar commercial trucks and a number of marine…

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