Specification image modification exterior interior price review 2014 GMC Sierra
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 During an interview in Detroit, Mark Reuss, GM’s North American President said that for the next generation of GM full-size pickups, due for launch as 2014 models, the plan is to move the Sierra more upmarket with a greater list of standard equipment, more distinctive sheetmetal and corresponding higher sticker prices; a similar strategy has so far proved quite successful for GMC’s line of SUVs.

Such a move finally sweeps away the last vestiges of badge-engineering at America’s biggest automaker, something the “old” General Motors was notoriously known for.
“I think you will see equipment and models attacked very differently,” Reuss declared. “If we are going to carry two brands, we are going to make them pay their way.”

The Sierra 1500 was also sorely in need of a visual refresh, as it hadn’t been significantly touched since the 2007 model year. Top-of-the-line GMC Sierra models carry the refined, chiseled new look for GMC, much as it’s evolved in recently refreshed models like the Terrain Denali. Details are a little crisper in the GMC compared to the otherwise very closely related Chevy Silverado, and the very bold, black-and-metallic grille, flanked by LED-lined projector headlamps (the segment’s only projector-beam units, GMC says), make a strong first impression—as do the chunky, flared fenders and more sculpted sheetmetal in between. Although we anticipate that not everyone will like that the Sierra 1500 now looks as big and buff as the Sierra 2500 and 3500 HD models. Inside, the dash is very upright, with a simple but bold design, and the doorsills are several inches lower than the dash top. Controls are arranged in several key areas, just to the left of the steering wheel or in a large center-stack area (with a wide center console just aft), and all the controls and displays are large and straightforward, with cool blue primary lighting and red backlighting.

New for 2014, Sierra Crew Cab models are offered with two different bed lengths—5’8” or 6’6”—while regular-cab models are offered in 6’6” or 8’ lengths and the extended-cab versions all include the middle size. Crew Cab models get longer doors as well, with the B-pillars moved forward, resulting in easier entry and exit, and extended-cab versions get front-hinged rear doors for the first time—nearly rivaling the outgoing Crew Cab models in convenience. All Sierras with leather upholstery now include heated seats, and models with cloth seats are available with seat heating. The interior is appointed in new soft-touch materials, and there’s a new aluminum-trim line. All knobs and buttons in the Sierra’s interior are large enough to be operated with work gloves on. A thinner seatback design aids rear legroom, too.

The 2014 Sierra trucks are also offered with a few innovative new features that should make cargo hauling easier. new rear-bumper cargo steps are new, as are four movable cargo tie-downs capable of securing 500 pounds altogether; LED lighting has been incorporated into the rim of the bed, and an EZ Lift and Lower tailgate has a new damping system for easier (and more refined) opening and closing.

Safety features get upgraded as well, with a suite of new active-safety aids that are optional. Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning—both camera-based—can help you stay aware of hazards, and the optional Driver Alert Seat can vibrate with pulses on either side to alert the driver quickly to issues. Trailer Sway Control and Hill Start Assist are included as part of the standard StabiliTrak stability control system.source:thecarconnection.com,autoguide.com
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