2015 Sierra All Terrain HD Introduced; Goes on Sale This Fall

2015 Sierra All Terrain HD Introduced, Packs Even More Punch than 2014 Sierra (Pictured)The GMC Sierra is a standout among full-size pickups, and GMC has capitalized on that basic formula to create a truly special truck with the 2015 Sierra All Terrain HD. The Terrain HD is just as luxurious as it is off-road capable, making it a veritable combination of the best of both worlds for pickup lovers.

Not surprisingly, with the 2015 Terrain HD’s big introduction and other success stories surrounding the GMC pickup (including the intro of the 2015 3500 Denali HD), the Sierra has been getting a lot of attention from the carmaker on Twitter and other social media sites!


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Packed to the brim with impressive performance and technology features, when it comes to high-end full-size pickups, there’s just no completion for the 2015 Sierra All Terrain HD.

“The new 2015 GMC Sierra HD lineup helps customers tackle tough jobs more comfortably, and with the new All Terrain HD, they can do it with greater style,” said Duncan Aldred, GMC Sales and Marketing vice president. “Equally comfortable whether it’s a night on the town or traversing a remote job site, it has all the capability that customers demand from a GMC heavy-duty truck on the job.”

The 2015 Sierra All Terrain HD is available as a 2500HD or 3500HD double cab or crew cab model and comes standard with a 6.0L engine as well as 4WD and the Z71 Off Road Package. All of this adds up to a truck that is just as smooth off the road as it is powerful on the road. The All Terrain HD will also come with OnStar 4G LTE capability, the Intellilink infotainment system, and even Siri Eyes Free functionality.

This incredible truck will hit dealerships this fall, so make sure to come see us at Hutch Chevrolet Buick GMC to witness its perfection for yourself!


Related: GMC Terrain First 2015 Model to Receive OnStar 4G LTE Treatment


GMC Sierra 1500 Takes Home 5-Year Cost to Own Award

GMC Sierra 1500 Earns Kelley Blue Book's 5-Year Cost to Own AwardThe folks at Kelley Blue Book gave out their 5-Year Cost to Own Awards this week, and the GMC Sierra 1500 took home the hardware in the full-size pickup truck segment. The awards from the renowned and reliable review website go to vehicles that are predicted to cost their owners the least amount of money over the first five years of a vehicle’s life. Obviously, KBB thinks highly of the durability of the Sierra 1500, projecting lower fuel costs, less depreciation, and fewer risks of repair and service on the full-sizGMC Sierra 1500 Earns Kelley Blue Book's 5-Year Cost to Own Awarde truck.

“GMC puts the customer first, not only offering a great portfolio of trucks, but maintaining quality and dependability long after the vehicle is purchased,” said Tony DiSalle, vice president of GMC marketing. The Sierra 1500 fits perfectly into that agenda, with an EcoTec3 engine pushing the truck to higher performance and efficiency.

GMC Sierra 1500 Earns Kelley Blue Book's 5-Year Cost to Own AwardThe award from Kelley Blue Book isn’t the first one the Sierra has won, either. It’s already been named a 2014 Best Buy by the Consumer’s Guide, and it received a 5-Star Overall Safety Rating from the NHTSA. Come by Hutch Chevrolet Buick GMC today to check out the award-laden Sierra for yourself!

 

The 2014 Sierra 1500 Crew Cab: It’s Got Your Back

2014 Sierra 1500 Crew CabThe 2014 Sierra 1500 Crew Cab is an imposing truck. It’s like a big brother whose presence during your daily tasks is a constant reminder that he’s got your back.

The exterior of the all-new Sierra 1500 Crew Cab proclaims its loyalty with swollen fender flares, chrome accents, and built-in steps on the corner of the rear bumper. The truck is not lacking in the size category, and it emits a sense of confidence.

Inside, the Sierra 1500 Crew Cab offers just the right amount of technological features and amenities. Technology options range from five USB connections to GMC’s IntelliLink infotainment services with hands-free smartphone access, adding to the truck’s appeal. Meanwhile, large control buttons plus increased legroom and storage make the truck a practical workman’s choice.

The new Sierra 1500 doesn’t just talk the talk. With three engines to choose from, the crew cab walks the walk, providing performance at the level you need. The mid-level trim is a 5.3-liter V8 engine, which yields up to 23 mpg on the highway. The 4.3-liter, V6 engine and 6.2-liter V8 engine with 12,000-pound towing capacity are also formidable options.

Underneath its domineering front is the Sierra 1500’s ability to keep passengers safe. Its safety options, including Lane Departure Warning and OnStar services, awarded the truck a Five-Star score for overall vehicle safety from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Stop by Hutch Chevrolet Buick GMC today for more information on the 2014 Sierra 1500 Crew Cab. This is one truck you’ll want to have on your side.

Build Your Dream Silverado or Sierra

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2014 Chevy Silverado LTZ Z71 in Tungsten Metallic

Chevrolet and GMC have recently released the complete, full-blown, configurator for the 2014 Silverado and 2014 Sierra. At the time being, you’re only able to build out the Crew Cab models, since they are the only ones available right now. Expect the Regular Cab and Double Cab flavors to show up as they are released.

There are plenty of options for both of these trucks when you build your own, which makes it that much easier to set your truck apart from the rest and make it unique to you. Here at Hutch Chevrolet Buick GMC we’ve spent a little bit of time playing around with the tool and have came up with some pretty nice trucks, but my favorite so far has been a 4-Wheel Drive Chevy Silverado LTZ Z71 in Tungsten Metallic with 22” wheels, chrome tow hooks, black tubular side steps, cargo box LED lighting, and o so much more.

What are some of the things you’d put on your 2014 Silverado or Sierra?

Aerodynamic 2014 Sierra Cab Design Bolsters Fuel Efficiency

2014-GMC-Sierra-Wind-Tunnel-Front-mediumGMC sought out to create a more aerodynamic, quieter pickup in its 2014 Sierra, so the automaker entered the wind tunnel.  GMC spent more time testing the 2014 Sierra in the wind tunnel than any pickup before it, and the result of extensive testing was just what they were looking for.

“We can’t stop air; we can only guide it through the path of least resistance. It’s like electricity, without the shock,” said Diane Bloch, GM aerodynamic performance engineer, in a press release. “The biggest misconception is that it’s all about single components. But a certain side mirror design doesn’t create a certain amount of drag, its interaction with the rest of the vehicle does.”

To find out which designs guided the air most efficiently, GMC utilized a 750-foot-long tunnel equipped with fan measure 43-feet in diameter.  The massive fan was able to generate wind speeds of up 138 mph inside the tunnel.

GMC modified things as significant as the tailgate to aspects as seemingly insignificant as add-on bug deflectors, in order to ensure that the 2014 Sierra is one of the most fuel efficient pickups on the market.

Check back often for more information on the 2014 GMC Sierra, and be sure to visit our website, at http://www.hutchchevrolet.com/, to get the most up-to-date availability information.

Sierra’s EcoTec3 and Ford’s EcoBoost Go Head-to-Head

2013 GMC SierraIt couldn’t be done, they said. Nothing could ever top it, they cried. This is the height of powertrain engineering, they called out.

They were wrong.

Last year, Ford introduced the EcoBoost V6 engine for its F-150. It achieved segment-best fuel efficiency, and the critics ate it up. But now GMC is fighting back with the 2014 GMC Sierra 1500, powered by the 5.3-liter EcoTec3 V8 engine, which is not only more powerful, but also more efficient, than Ford’s EcoBoost V6.

In fact, the GMC Sierra 1500, which will be arriving here at Hutch Chevrolet Buick GMC later this spring, achieves the best fuel economy of any pickup in the segment. EPA estimates give it 23 miles per gallon on the highway and 16 in the city (for two-wheel drive models) or 22 miles per gallon on the highway and 16 in the city (for four-wheel drive models).

Even with the best-in-class fuel economy, the 5.3-liter EcoTec3 V8 (for which three out of four GMC shoppers are expected to opt) pounds out 355 horsepower and delivers 383 lb-ft of torque. These figures are up by 40 and 48 from last year’s model, respectively. In addition, the engine gets a max towing capacity of 11,500 lbs—and yes, that’s another class-leading stat as well!

We’ll just call that GMC 1, Ford 0.

Come check out the all-new Sierra 1500 at Hutch Chevrolet Buick GMC when it arrives this spring!