2019 GMC Sierra Redesign Offers All-New Look
Pickup trucks have always been a mainstay of the American auto industry, and for the 2019 model year, the GMC Sierra is getting a next-generation upgrade. The GMC Sierra redesign coincides with the arrival of its all-new cousin, the Chevy Silverado, but GMC has been taking steps over the past decade or so to differentiate the two pickups from one another.
Taking cues from GMC’s new design language, the all-new Sierra bears a more stylish and confident look that fits right into the brand’s lineup. But the real treat is the truck’s interior. GMC says the 2019 Sierra will feature best-in-class front head and legroom, and the upscale Denali trim level offers features like wood trim, advanced technology, and premium materials. Of course, the GMC Sierra was crafted for comfort and convenience at all trims, so buyers won’t have to shell out for the Denali to experience its luxurious cabin.
New tech and design elements in the GMC Sierra include an exclusive MultiPro tailgate, a carbon fiber truck bed, and the new ProGrade trailering app. The 2019 GMC Sierra even borrows some tech from Cadillac for a more sophisticated driving experience.
At Bill Walsh Streator, we’re excited to welcome the 2019 GMC Sierra. With this redesign, it’s poised to establish itself as the ultimate premium pickup for buyers who want both capability and luxury.