The 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 offers plenty of off-road equipment and excellent trucking capabilities. In addition, it is a functional truck that will receive updates and new optional packages. Upgrades include new exterior paints, color matched body handles and a grille and bumpers for a snack. Elevation is the name of a sliding adjustment level between the ALT and AT4 models. This is a lighter version of the AT4 parameter to be more precise. The design looks bolder and there are two transmission options. The 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 is based on a dual cab model and all wheel drive is optional. The space for the legs is increased by 3 inches, while the one for the head is the best in its category.
GMC adopts a more conservative style than Chevy with the Silverado 2018. In the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500, a large chrome grille cuts the wire when it is between the large C-shaped headlights and the LEDs of some models. It is found with a lower valance that gives it the appearance of a square jaw or clamp. Many 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 pickups may use huge pieces of chrome (Denali) or a body color trim (Elevation) that may put too much emphasis on or attenuate the large fog lamp openings and the high lines of the windshield. truck. On the sides of the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500, a thin unpainted gray plastic forms the troughs of the wheels that cut off part of the visual cane. A slight upward rotation behind the rear windows of the crew cabin breaks a shoulder line that otherwise is as long and straight as the Midwest skyline. The C-shaped taillights end at the back and carry a huge GMC logo that almost matches the size of the front with “Denali” on these models, all of which can be cut and cut using lines GMC exclusive six lane and folding tailgate cutter. The body is almost as busy as the truck in the next few years.
Inside, the interior of the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 shares its design with that of the Silverado, with some finishing changes and an exclusive front screen. A huge shield shaped panel cuts through most of the central stack of audio controls and climate control. At Sierra Denali, the highest range, an 8.0 inch touchscreen for information and entertainment is standard. Sierra Denali trucks will also feature leather trim, true open pore woodwork and dark aluminum trim. The 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 is available in two general lengths; normal cabs have a wheelbase of 126.5 inches, while cab and elongated saws move in a wheelbase of 147.4 inches. According to GMC, the longer wheelbase model has almost 3 inches of extra legroom in the rear seat. We have only driven crew cab saws with front bucket seats and we’ve qualified it for this model because it’s the most popular body style. Space is not a concern in the four door 2019 GMC Sierra 1500. It is a large truck with enough space in the front seat, large enough to accommodate three passengers when equipped with a bench seat. GMC sells more with a 10 way electric front hub divided by a center console; The cubes have flat cushions with weak but firm reinforcements. They feel comfortable with long drives, they offer heating and cooling, and the design creates more headroom than in the advanced 2019 GMC Sierra 1500. The center console can hold a laptop or folders. Most versions offer easy access to charge points and even charging wireless smartphones. The rear seats of the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 crew cabin feature wide door openings and a nearly 3 inch increase in legroom. There is plenty of room now, enough for passengers sitting in the back to cross their legs over their knees. The rear seats are not reclining, but their backrest does not recover, unlike some older GM pickups. The underside of the seats is high to increase storage space and comes with a folding armrest, accessible charging points and even heaters. of seats. GMC does not use active noise suppression to clean cabin noise, but much of the sound insulation keeps the interior relatively quiet. We did not see a 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 base or even a median cut; the test trucks in the SLT molding do not offer quality excuses, while the low profile wood and metal moldings and Denali digital displays strike deep in a Cadillac direction.
A series of propulsion systems will eventually supply the Sierra family of trucks, from turbo 4 to turbo diesel in line 6 to V-6 gas. When it goes on sale in late 2018, the 2019 Sierra will feature more than two V-8 engines. The 5.3 liter V-8 delivers 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque. It is coupled to an 8 speed automatic transmission, propulsion or AWD. This is beyond what is appropriate. The smaller displacement V-8 happily vibrates from the line, tightens even when the Sierra bed is loaded with hundreds of pounds of cargo, and its 8 speed automatic changes are imperceptible. According to GMC, the Sierra truck body also weighs 360 pounds less this year, in the range of 4,351 to 5,015 pounds. Sierra buyers with few restrictions can spend on an even stronger powertrain. Combine a 6.2 liter V-8 with a 10 speed automatic transmission. It’s not a Raptor in terms of visceral rage to the Earth, but the big V-8 launches an easy pair of 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque and easily floats through its forward gears. The larger V-8 sets up all sorts of thirst traps, for those who are towing and for those who like to visit the gas pump. This is one of the disadvantages of this lighter, more mechanically complex saw. Despite its changes of direction in multi speed transmissions, stopping/starting and stopping technology, in most cases the fuel consumption is not better (more on this later) and it is towed less than before. According to GMC, the new Sierra can carry a maximum payload of 2,240 pounds on regular four wheel drive trucks; Maximum drag is 12,200 for 4WD Extended Cab trucks, about 300 pounds lighter than last year’s model and 1,000 pounds lighter than the top Ford F-150. GMC indicates that buyers who really need these tow numbers are looking at their heavy trucks, but this is an idea that contradicts GMC’s “professional” phrases. Most saws have a typical suspension configuration: front spiral dampers, rear leaf spring and electric power steering. The higher versions can be fitted with adaptable dampers, and the wheel sizes vary from 17 to 22 inches. Our first test drive focused on the Denali Sierras steering wheel with the 6.2 liter V-8, adaptive shock absorbers and 22 inch wheels. We took a short trip aboard a Sierra SLT equipped with the 5.3 liter V-8, standard suspension and 20 inch wheels. It is ideal for almost all needs in normal size trucks. It is less well equipped, but this Sierra manages wells and driving quality on all surfaces, winding roads with loops, sandy beaches, no lack of calm and compliance. We have less movement than some F-150 we drove, less nervous and too firm than the previous 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 equipped with pneumatic springs of this truck. Compared to Sierra Denali with 22 inch tires, some may prefer even the cheapest solution. The adaptive shocks in the Denali are no longer magnetically controlled, but their adaptive valve exerts a finer control over the nerves of the Sierra suspension. They can also add more cushioning when the truck is carrying more than 550 pounds of payload. These large 22 inch wheels exert a significant punch on the truck and offset gains from more complex electronically controlled crashes. A more optimal configuration could work with 20 inch wheels and rims, but we have not tried this combination yet.
This big truck will cost about $ 42,000. The price of the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 has not been announced yet. However, we expect it to remain intact. The last GMC truck will arrive this fall.