The 2019 GMC Sierra is entering its final stages of production, which means it will soon be heading to be heading to a dealership near you. Available this fall, the 2019 GMC Sierra will come in a variety of trims, including the Denali, and the all-new Elevation and AT4. The new generation of Sierra models are sure to impress pickup drivers everywhere, promising superior tech features, off-road performance and a bold new style. If you are looking to buy a new pick-up this year GMC is offer plenty of excellent options to choose from. Read on to learn about the most promising pickup line of the new year.

The 2019 GMC Sierra is entering its final stages of production, which means it will soon be heading to be heading to a dealership near you…

Available this fall, the 2019 GMC Sierra will come in a variety of trims, including the Denali, and the all-new Elevation and AT4. The new generation of Sierra models are sure to impress pickup drivers everywhere, promising superior tech features, off-road performance and a bold new style. If you are looking to buy a new pick-up this year GMC is offer plenty of excellent options to choose from. Read on to learn about the most promising pickup line of the new year.

The Sierra AT4 offers a bold look that is classy and cool. The grille is rugged yet features an elegant black chrome feature. Most notably is its unique vertical tow hooks. Rear seats of the AT4 open up for up to 10-liters of storage, while the bed can provide up to 89.1 cubic feet of space. Meanwhile, the 5.3-liter V8 engine provides strong acceleration and some towing capabilities. The available 6.2-liter V8 provides superior towing capability, while the 3.0-liter six-cylinder turbodiesel engine provides the best fuel economy of the lot. On top of this, there’s a traction select system for tackling different terrain and weather conditions. 

The Sierra Elevation provides even better off-road performance, especially when equipped with the X31 Off-Road package that includes upgraded suspension, Hill Descent Control and a dual-exhaust system. You’ll also get cool features like an 8-inch display infotainment system, smartphone integration and six-speaker audio, as well as a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. While a standard 2.7-liter turbocharged engine is standard, you can also get the 5.3-liter V8 featured in the AT4. The returning Denali features new style changes, available features like a heads-up display a surround-vision camera, but most notably offers a Pro-Grade trailering system. It comes with the same engine options as the AT4.

If you are interested in owning a new GMC Sierra but aren’t sure what’s the best model for you, take this quiz to help you decide.