The pricing is out for the new 2020 GMC Sierra HD trucks and while some prices have dropped, the new Denali starting price rose substantially to $65k. Here is what you need to know.
In case you didn’t know, these new trucks feature a unique front-end style, a new standard 6.6L V8 engine, LED headlamps and taillamps, power extending trailer mirrors, a side bed step, 12 cargo tiedowns and the new traction select system. You can option out the new MultiPro tailgate as well as the updated 6.6L Duramaxd diesel mated to the new Allison 10-speed transmission.
GMC says the volume seller, a 2020 GMC Sierra 2500 SLE crew-cab 4×4, is cheaper than the outgoing model by $1,900 even with those upgrades.
With that said, once you start going for the luxury, the price jumps. The new Denali versions start at $65,295 (with $1,595 destination fee) and this is up from $58,095 – a jump of $7,200. This price increase reflects the standard 4×4, standard off-road suspension with Rancho shocks, skid plates, Eaton locking rear differential, Autotrac two-speed transfer case, 20-inch wheel and power-extended mirrors with puddle lighting. There is also a host of standard safety tech with blind spot warning, rear cross-traffic alter, high-beam assist and automatic emergency braking.
The new AT4 off-road package starts at $59,295 with the standard 4×4, gas engine, off-road suspension, Eaton locking rear differential, 18-inch wheels with Michelin all-terrain tires, Multipro tailgate, traction select systems with off-road mode and other optional safety features like the Denali.
Here’s how the pricing stacks up across the 2020 GMC Sierra 2500/3500 lineup:
Sierra 2500 SLE
Sierra 2500 SLT
Sierra 2500 AT4
Sierra 3500 SLE
Sierra 3500 SLT
Sierra 3500 AT4
Sierra 3500 Denali