2013 GMC Sierra 1500 Hybrid Values

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2013 model year changes

The GMC Sierra 1500 is unchanged for 2013 with the exception of a minor update to the transmission. The automatic gearbox will now use the engine to assist with braking on hill descents even in normal mode.

Competitive comparison

Top-notch interiors to suit work or luxury use; extensive features and options; fuel economy; strong tow ratings

Special features for 2013

Full-size trucks are used in such a wide range of situations--from construction fleets to long-distance driving--and the broad range of interiors and hauling/towing options offered in the GMC Sierra and help satisfy shoppers better than most other competing models. SLE and SLT models are probably the best fit for buyers who need the sturdy, get-messy capability of a pickup at least some of the time, but the Sierra Denali is the choice for those who need a pickup that doesn't compromise luxury. And for those who need a pickup but want to make a greener choice, with even lower operating costs, the Sierra Hybrid makes up to 25% better fuel economy without sacrificing much towing or hauling ability.
The GMC counterpart to the Chevrolet Silverado, the GMC Sierra Hybrid is a full-size pickup truck with a maximum towing capacity of 6,100 lbs. Under the hood drivers will find a 6.0-liter V8 hybrid engine that produces 332 hp and 367 lb-ft of torque. Standard RWD and optional 4WD are both paired to a 2-speed hybrid transmission. Fuel mileage is an EPA estimated 20 mpg city and 23 mpg highway. Features include 22-inch wheels, hands-free phone capabilities, steering wheel mounted controls, rear vision camera, navigation and heated exterior mirrors. Safety is comprised of advanced airbags, StabiliTrak stability control system, anti-lock braking (ABS), and tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS). The Sierra 1500 Hybrid is backed by a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty.