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Driven: 2019 GMC Sierra Denali & AT4

Driven: 2019 GMC Sierra Denali & AT4

We spent a day taking GMC’s latest full-size pickup on a road trip through Newfoundland. We found a truck that looks great, drives great, and packs an array of whiz-bang features, from its versatile Multigate tailgate, to its Prograde trailering tech. Full review on 95octane.

2017 GMC Sierra 2500HD

2017 GMC Sierra 2500HD

Even if you aren’t the boss, you can still drive this beast of a truck and feel like one. GMC’s 2017 offering has a new Duramax 6.6L turbo diesel V-8 with 910lb-ft of torque that hauls with ease and goes off road in total comfort.

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2016 GMC Sierra Denali

2016 GMC Sierra Denali



The 2016 Sierra Denali features an elegant, bejeweled exterior and a super quiet cabin with lots of tech connectivity – it’s a great truck for the person who appreciates thoughtful design details, conducts lots of business on the road or likes to tow big toys.

2016 GMC Canyon – All Terrain

2016 GMC Canyon  – All Terrain

Details are paramount in GMC’s 2016 Canyon: its 305 hp, 3.6L V-6 engine provides effortless power rolling through rugged terrain and easily tows big water toys up to 7000 lb., while you relax in a refined, tranquil cabin replete with tech.

GMC All Terrain HD Concept

GMC All Terrain HD Concept

The Sierra All Terrain HD concept has a 6.6L V8 engine that delivers 397hp and 765 lb.ft. of torque. Its suspension has been beefed up, it has 35in tires and is wider and taller than the original Sierra HD.

Concept: GMC Granite

Concept: GMC Granite

GMC’s Granite is skinnier than the Fit, shorter than the xB, and lower than the Cube, but looks like it’ll eat all three for lunch; it’s made for tight city streets and sports a turbo 1.4L 4-cylinder.

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