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Bedford Drivers Love the GMC Sierra 1500

There aren't that many light-duty, full-size pickup trucks on the market and the GMC Sierra 1500 leads the class. This truck is designed to handle your tough workloads, whether it's a loaded down bed or hauling a trailer. The cab also provides a comfortable ride while you are on the road. The Sierra 1500 provides a variety of configurations with varying bed lengths, cabin sizes, drive trains, engines, and trims offering customization. One of the features that makes the Sierra stand out is the option for a flex-fuel engine as well as the standard selections, allowing you to remain economical even when loaded down. Choose the Crew Cab and you will have enough room for the entire family to enjoy a ride, right down to the little ones, thanks to the addition of the LATCH system for car seats. Whether you like to go camping, are a hobby farmer, or truck enthusiast, the 2017 Sierra 1500 is sure to surpass your expectations.

Learn About the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500

For those of you seeking a new truck, the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 is an excellent choice. Why is that? For starters, it's offered in six different trim levels: base, SLE, Elevation, SLT, AT4, and Denali. If you're looking for a spacious cabin filled with plenty of comfort and technology features, the GMC Sierra 1500 brings many to the table. For instance, you and your passengers will enjoy Bluetooth®*, Android Auto, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a six-speaker sound system, a head-up display, driver-seat memory settings, an 8-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, and more. In addition to these amenities, there are several off-road and safety features available as well as 20-inch black alloy wheels, LED fog lights, a damped tailgate, a trailer brake controller, skid plates, Rancho shock absorbers, hill descent control, and more. As you can see, the 2019 Sierra 1500 is a versatile truck that can be anything you want it to be!

A Look Back with the GMC Sierra 1500

Quality pickup trucks have been rolling off the GMC line since as early as 1918. When the Sierra first came on the market, it was introduced as a trim, instead of a model, in 1988. For a ten-year period, the Sierra trims were known by a designation of capability such as 1500, 2500, and 3500. The roots of the model we recognize today started in 1999, when the Sierra entered the market under its own name, with new engines and a redesign. 345-horsepower and 255-horsepower V8 engines were among these initial models. The Quadrasteer entered the market in 2003 with a turning radius that led the class, only for it to be discontinued in 2006. By the end of 2006, the Sierra was beginning to look distinctly like today's models. For the following years, the engines increased in power while the trim options expanded to offer even more features, developing into the 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 on the market today.

Experience the Best When You Buy from Berglund Buick GMC

If you're in the market for a truck that is comfortable, offers a spacious cabin, and can handle a heavy work load, you should take the GMC Sierra 1500 for a test drive. In fact, you may want to test drive more than one configuration of this truck. For a fantastic selection of Ford, Buick, or GMC models and professionals trained to answer your questions, visit in Virginia. Our team can walk you through our extensive selection of models, helping you select and configure the truck of your dreams. Our financing team can help you get approved, taking the hassle out of bringing a new vehicle home. We are also happy to offer you certified mechanics at our Service Center to help you keep your truck in the best working condition. Stop by today and one of our team members will help you get behind the wheel of your favorite truck for a test drive.

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