The pickup truck segment seems to only get more and more competitive by the year, and that’s why the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 is more advanced and intelligent than ever before. 2019 GMC Sierra innovations don’t just make it the most cutting-edge Sierra ever built, but arguably the most innovative truck ever put to the road.
Standard on the Denali, SLT, and AT4 trims, the MultiPro™ Tailgate offers six unique functions that makes it smarter and more useful than any other tailgate on the market. Along with opening in the traditional fashion, it has a load-stop panel, can be transformed into a standing workstation, and can fold down for easier access to the cargo box.
The 2019 GMC Sierra boasts its largest truck bed ever, helping it beat out the competition in terms of total volume. In addition, all three bed sizes come with 12 fixed cargo tie-downs that are rated at 500 pounds per corner, making it the industry leader. Later in the model year, the Sierra Denali will be offered with CarbonPro, the first-ever carbon-fiber truck bed, which will boast best-in-class dent and scratch resistance.
The innovative and stylish 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 is just one of the star attractions at the DeVoe Buick GMC showroom. Stop in and see more of what we have in store.
Even the best things can get better, which is evidenced with the impending launch of the all-new 2019 GMC Sierra Denali. The high-luxury trim at the top of the GMC Sierra 1500 range will add a number of exciting, segment-first features that make it even more appealing to those who demand luxury.
“GMC ignited the premium truck segment 17 years ago with the original launch of the Sierra Denali,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global GMC. “The next generation 2019 Sierra Denali establishes a new benchmark in capability and refinement. It exemplifies precision in every detail.”
Because the 2019 GMC Sierra Denali is a full-size pickup, it must be useful on a worksite. Fortunately, the new Sierra Denali is maybe the most functional truck GMC has ever made — it boasts an industry-first MultiPro™ Tailgate with six functions and positions; CarbonPro, the first-ever carbon fiber pickup box with best-in-class dent, scratch, and corrosion resistance; and segment-first features like Rear Camera Mirror and Multi-Color Head-Up Display.
As the Denali name implies, this will also be an exceptionally stylish truck. It will feature 22-inch Ultra Bright aluminum wheels, a larger and bolder face, and more a prominent DENALI nameplate on the tailgate that lets everyone know that you won’t settle for less.
The new 2019 GMC Sierra Denali is set to arrive this fall. For more information, stop into DeVoe Buick GMC around the time the leaves start turning and we’ll tell you how to get yours.
There is no truck on the market today that more deftly combines capability and refinement than the GMC Sierra 1500. That fact stands to become even clearer with the impending launch of the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500, which was revealed in March and has been dubbed by GMC “the most premium Sierra ever.”
“GMC ignited the premium truck segment 17 years ago with the original launch of the Sierra Denali,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global GMC. “The next-generation 2019 Sierra Denali establishes a new benchmark in capability and refinement. It exemplifies precision in every detail.”
GMC Sierra Denali Updates
In fact, the 2019 GMC Sierra Denali will offer numerous exclusive, industry- and segment-first technologies that only further separate it from other so-called luxury trucks. This includes the first-ever MultiPro Tailgate, which offers six functions and positions for more versatility at work and at play; the industry’s first carbon fiber pickup box—the Carbon Pro, which offers best-in-class dent-, scratch-, and corrosion-resistance; and the segment’s first-ever application of a multi-color head-up display and Rear Camera Mirror.
These features bolster refined exterior and interior styling, enhanced versions of Sierra’s 6.2-liter V8 and 5.3-liter V8 engines, and an all-new 3.0-liter inline-six turbo-diesel engine. From the jump, it’s evident that there’s a lot to love about the new 2019 GMC Sierra 1500; stay tuned to this space for more information on this incredible pickup truck as we get closer to seeing it in the DeVoe Buick GMC showroom later this fall.
The 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 is here at last, and the new model comes with quite a new few features. From personal customization options, like paint color, to features that are commonly requested by drivers, this full-size pickup is designed to give customers more for their money. While GMC has added quite a few new features, the automaker has also removed some as well.
The 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 loses the Light Steel Gray Metallic, Iridium Metallic, and Mahogany Metallic colors. As a replacement, the full-size pickup sees the addition of Dark Slate Metallic and Pepperdust Metallic.
As for highly-requested GMC Sierra 1500 features, the truck sees the addition of capless fuel fill and Teen Driver mode with IntelliLink infotainment system to the list of standard features. Low Speed Mitigation Braking also makes its way onto the list. Tri-Mode Power Steps, 18-inch all-season blackwall tires, and a trailer brake controller (SLT Crew Cab Premium Plus Package) all join the list of available options.
2017 GMC Sierra 1500 All Terrain Package
The All Terrain Package will no longer be available on the Sierra 1500 SLE trim. Instead, the SLE receives the Elevation Edition package.
Here at DeVoe Buick GMC, we’re proud to stock the latest GMC Sierra 1500—complete with all its new features!
2015 GMC Sierra HD Pickup
General Motors has big plans for its truck brand. GMC’s truck lineup has a ton to offer, but seems to be all-too-often overlooked by shoppers. That’s about to change with GMC’s next ad campaign, which is sure to catch the attention of pickup truck-shoppers nation-wide. GMC has partnered with ad agency Leo Burnett on a “big umbrella campaign” that will showcase GMC as a premium, refined truck brand.
The upcoming campaign will also feature individual lines using the same theme to highlight each vehicle’s high-end features and capabilities. Duncan Aldred, US vice president in charge of GMC and Buick. has commissioned famed ad agency Leo Burnett in an effort to help GMC begin to attract non-GM buyers and boost their growth.
“We’ve got to evolve that into something that builds the brand itself,” Aldred said to Automotive News during a media test drive of the 2015 GMC Canyon midsize pickup. “The hard bit is breaking through and getting people to recognize it.”
GMC is already seeing impressive success this year, as the brand’s sales rose 10% through September, which is the strongest performance of GM’s four brands. Much of that can be attributed to GMC’s high-end sub-brand, Denali, which accounted for 20% of GMC’s total sales last year.
Adding brand-new, engaging, and bold advertising will surely only help GMC in its quest to turn heads and establish itself as a brand that offers refined, quality pickup trucks.
Stop by DeVoe Buick GMC to see just what we’re talking about – you might be surprised!
The 2015 GMC Sierra 3500HD took home top honors in the 1-ton diesel category the heavy-duty challenge by Cars.com, PickupTrucks.com, and Mrtruck.com. The Sierra beat out the Ford F-350 which is equipped with a Powerstroke diesel engine and the Ram 2500 which features a Cummins diesel.
2015 GMC Sierra 3500HD
The Sierra 3500HD showed off its impressive control while towing and its diesel exhaust brake which will help drivers when towing larger loads for long periods of time. The Sierra also offers an impressive 0-60 mph time and great fuel economy. All three trucks were put to 19 different tests which included a quarter mile track, fuel economy, and tough hill inclines. All tests were completed using monster trailers.
Auto enthusiasts from Cars.com, PickupTrucks.com, and Mrtruck.com also like that although the 3500HD’s primary function is work, the interior boasts impressive technologies and plush luxury. Evaluators noted the 8-inch navigation screen and its comfy interior feel.
In the end, the car enthusiasts ranked the heavy-duty pickups. The Sierra 3500 finished first, the Ram 3500 finished second, and the Ford F-350 rounded out the group in the third spot.
J.D. Power and Associates is an organization that tests all sorts of products to see which ones are the best. According to their website, they strive to “Recognize Excellence” in everything from cars, to home cabinetry – they even test TV’s. And after testing large pickup trucks to see which one was most dependable, they discovered that the GMC HD full-size pickup – including 2500HD ¾-ton and 3500HD 1-ton models – was the most dependable!
According to Tony DiSalle, VP of GMC Marketing, ““The Sierra HD is the most powerful, most capable pickup GMC has ever built. Our engineers designed this truck to do the job well and to do it every day. We expect all of our vehicles to perform at the highest level every time a customer gets behind the wheel.”
And as if that wasn’t impressive enough, the Sierra 1500 and Yukon were runners-up in their respective segments. The bottom line is, GMC makes some of the most dependable trucks and SUVs available today. So if you’re looking for a new truck that you can depend on, stop by DeVoe Buick GMC and try one out.
You have probably noticed over the past few weeks that our dealership here in Naples, Florida has been undergoing some renovations. However, we want you to know that despite the construction, we are still open for business and offering huge savings during our “Nail Down the Savings” event!
For example, right now you can lease a brand new GMC Terrain, a 2012 Consumer Digest Best Buy, for only $209 a month! Or if you’re in the market for a truck, you can now have your choice of up to $8,500 off, or 0% APR financing for 60 months on a 2012 GMC Sierra. Other specials include leases on 2013 Veranos, 2012 Enclaves, and 2013 Lacrosses. Check out our website for more info on these deals.
But don’t procrastinate too long. The “Nail Down the Savings Event” is over on 11/30. Stop by DeVoe Buick GMC and see how much you can save on a new car!