2014 GMC Sierra 1500 Values
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2014 model year changes
The GMC Sierra 1500 has been completely redesigned for 2014. Like the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, with which it's very closely related, the Sierra gets new V6 and V8 engine options that are both stronger and more economical than before. A new design for the double cab allows for better rear-seat entry and exit. IntelliLink connectivity and infotainment systems have been upgraded and a new look inside and out, with much-improved interior appointments.
Strong, efficient engines; innovative cargo solutions; quiet, stylish cabins; upgraded connectivity and entertainment systems
Special features for 2014
The redesigned 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 lineup comprises a set of pickups aimed at a wide range of uses from personal transportation to purpose-built tow rigs, farm or ranch haulers, or off-road machines. With three cab styles, two bed lengths, three engines, 2WD and 4WD versions and various trim levels from spartan to lavish, the Sierra lineup offers something for all. Top-of-the-line Denali models remain the choice of more discerning (and affluent) truck shoppers, with luxurious interiors and the full set of features of a premium SUV. The Sierra is significantly quieter than last year's models, as well as most other trucks in its class, thanks to a host of new sound-deadening additions like triple-sealed doors and new aerodynamic measures. The Sierra's engines are stronger yet more fuel-efficient than before, while also more refined. GM boasts that models with the V6 have towing ratings of up to 7,600 pounds, which is hundreds of pounds more than a comparable Ford F-150 or Ram 1500. Also, the Silverado 1500 might have some of the lowest maintenance costs among pickups because of its 4-wheel disc brakes with Duralife rotors, which GM claims will last twice as long as conventional brake rotors.