GMC Releases Pricing for Sierra Elevation Edition

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The 2015 GMC Sierra Elevation Edition mono-color trim package goes on sale this month and enters the highly competitive half-ton market at a reasonably priced $34,865, including destination. The Elevation is based on the Sierra 1500 4x2 double cab with a V-6 engine and a short bed. It includes standard features such as body-colored bumpers, door handles and mirrors as well as a locking rear differential, keyless entry and six months of OnStar Directions & Connections and a five-year basic OnStar plan.

Customers will have a choice of 4x4 and 4x2 drivelines and V-6 or V-8 engines. The mission of the Elevation Edition is to provide a pickup truck with a little more style and technology than the competition. Unfortunately if you decide to choose a 4x4 model, you can expect to pay almost $4,000 more for it.

Here's how pricing for the Sierra Elevation Edition breaks down (all prices include destination):

Two-wheel-drive 4.3-liter V-6 $34,865
Four-wheel-drive 4.3-liter V-6 $38,795
Two-wheel-drive 5.3-liter V-8 $35,960
Four-wheel-drive 5.3-liter V-8 $39,890

To read the full press release, click here.

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Comments

Whoop-de-doooo....

That is a great looking truck!

Looks so much better then the other pickups on the road. Tired of how the new Ford F150, Tundra, and Titan looks alike in many ways.

Almost 4K more for 4X4 isn't that farfetched; I feel like all truck manufacturers are raking us over the coals just for 4WD

Doesn't sound like much for 4K.

The best feature being the locker and that's not exclusive to the package.

The trucks already come with nice wheels...

But there are those out there with money to burn that are all about looks and the package doesn't cost GM jack to do so its fast easy money on the ones that do sell.

$35K For a v6, mono chromatic, no frills truck! Really!

GM missed the boat on this one again. You can only get this Pkg on a 1SA pkg truck. which is the work truck or base truck. I specd one out on GM Gobel connect. Dealer cost on one was 38,xxx A SLE Pkg with PDU pkg was not even $1,500.00 more. Why cant you get this pkg on a SLE. I hate chrome bumpers. Alot of people like painted instead of chrome. Fail as far as I see it.

What's so special about this? Go buy a black truck and put black rims on it! This is stupid.

What's so special about this? Go buy a black truck and put black rims on it! This is stupid.

Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

AM I MISSING SOMETHING?

Great it's a black truck with Black wheels....

What the hell GM?

SO STUPID

As Gino Vanelli sang, " Black cars look better in the shade."

Looks good.

Silverado and Sierra are the best looking trucks.

I'm still waiting for GM to come out with square tires to match fenders...

Not a fan of the GM trucks. I prefer Chevrolet's. Chevy needs to offer something like GM does though. Wheelwell moldings, Denali, black trims etc. They could compete with Ford and Ram better if they did. Chevrolet needs to get some tough off road stuff going as well.

that price isn't bad!
a similar equipped F-150 crew cab, 4x4 will cost you between $42 to $44K

"I'm still waiting for GM to come out with square tires to match fenders... supercrew02 "

Why are there always so many comments about square fenders and square wheel well openings, why is everyone so hung up on this?

I don't get it either? There are several vehicles out there that have squared wheel openings. All the Jeeps, Toyota 4 Runner, Dodge Dakota, Mercedes G Wagon, FJ Cruiser, Toyota Tundra, some Kia SUVs and more. Why is it so bad that GM does it? Plus Chevy trucks has always had square wheel openings as far back as the 50's. Never hear people complaining about those wheel openings.

I get the idea the complainer's wouldn't buy GM even if they did change the wheel wells.

Like Gramp's always said; "There ain't no account'n for taste"



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