Posted on: Aug 18, 2010
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GMC Sierra Hybrid- A Two-Mode Hybrid System

For 2010, GMC has released then Sierra Hybrid truck. For the most part, the GMC Sierra wows reviewers with its combination of midsize sedan efficiency and pickup capability. Boasting a 40% increase in EPA city fuel economy, the new Sierra Hybrid can earn up to 21 mpg. For 2010, little has changed, though the one available engine, a 6.0 liter V8, is no flex fuel capable.

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There aren't a lot of differences between the conventional Sierra 1500 and the Sierra Hybrid. Both Sierras look similar to their corporate cousins, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and Silverado 1500 Hybrid. The only complaints received about the Hybrid are over the optional, outsized "hybrid" decals. The interior of the Sierra Hybrid gets mixed reviews. It's only available as a crew cab truck, and there's an option for bench or bucket front seats. While the interior is well made, it still doesn't match the truck's price tag.

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