Posted on: Aug 20, 2010
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2011 GMC Sierra 1500 Review

The 2011 GMC Sierra 1500 shares its basic design and engineering with the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, but dresses in more image-conscious trim. Unfortunately, the Sierra 1500 doesn't change from the 2010 model. This means that its bold GMC-badged grille will be the main visual distinction from the Silverado. The vehicle's overall look is handsome and confident. The 2011 will again offer a three-cab roster consisting of a two-door regular cab, an extended cab, and a crew cab.

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There also no significant mechanical changes under the hood either. The conventional engines are very competitive in power and fuel economy with a base V6 and four V8 that are available. Interior appointments will also continue from 2010 with leather lining to navigation and rear DVD entertainment center. Additional interior features include Bluetooth linking and an iPod and USB interface. The Sierra 1500 is really one luxurious full-sizes truck.


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