Beauty meets brawn in the 2015 GMC Sierra 2500 and 2500HD. The Sierra is setting the standard for trucks with interior that combines convenience with comfort. This isn’t your grandpa’s pick-up truck!
The Sierra’s cabin has undergone some major overhauls to bring the driver and passengers a quieter, more comfortable ride. The finely crafted interior, from the contrasting stitching to the aluminum trim on the center console, steering wheel and instrument panel, give the interior an air of refinement.
The exterior of the Sierra 2500HD is equally impressive with almost two thirds of the cab crafted from iron tough steel. This helps keep the cabin quiet as well as keeps the occupants safe. Its sleek lines and polished chrome accents almost make you forget it’s a truck.
The starting MSRP for the Sierra 2500HD is $35,565 with the average around $36,248. A model with all the bells and whistles will run you about $39,400.
Features & Specs
The engine options for the GMC Sierra 2500HD trucks offer three outstanding choices: a 6.0 liter gas, a 6.0 liter gas/CNG V 8 and the Duramax 6.6 liter turbo diesel with the Allison tranny. The drivetrain is either a real wheel drive or 4 X 4. All models have a 6 speed automatic transmission and knock out a whopping 360 hp @ 5400 rpm and a trailering capacity of up to 13,000 pounds.
Reviews and Ratings
The reviews of the 2500HD have been quite favorable citing the luxury interior and chromed out, high fashion Denali trim. Of course performance is being praise, specifically the addition of Duramax turbo diesel which cranks out 397 horsepower and 765 lb-ft of torque. Overall, the verdict is beautiful truck, super quiet ride and the power of goliath. If you are looking for beauty and brawn, this just might be your truck.