GMC Announces 2020 Sierra HD Pricing: Some Less Expensive, Some Much More

2020 GMC Sierra 2500 Exterior

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By Aaron Bragman

GMC announced pricing for its all-new 2020 Sierra 2500/3500 line of heavy-duty pickups ahead of the trucks' anticipated launch later this summer. The new trucks will feature considerable boosts to standard equipment, especially in the safety department, and some trims will come in less expensive than the outgoing ones despite this increase in spec.

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Of the new trucks' various trim and content levels, a few notable things stand out. According to GMC, the 2020 Sierra 2500 SLE crew-cab 4x4 (one of the higher volume trims) starts $1,900 less than the outgoing model, despite featuring a new standard 6.6-liter gasoline V-8 engine, LED headlamps and taillamps, power extending trailer mirrors, a side bed step, 12 cargo tiedowns in the bed and the new Traction Select System. Optional are the MultiPro tailgate seen first on the Sierra 1500 light-duty pickup, and an updated turbo-diesel 6.6-liter Duramax V-8 mated to a new Allison 10-speed automatic transmission.

If you want to bump up to the Denali luxury trim, you'll be paying a lot more for one — it's now $65,295 (all prices include a $1,595 destination fee), up from $58,095, a jump of $7,200 for the base Denali. However, that now includes standard four-wheel drive, something new for 2020. Other new standard equipment includes the MultiPro tailgate, ProGrade Trailering app, heated and ventilated leather front seats, heated rear seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a high-definition rearview camera. Underneath, the Denali now has a standard off-road suspension with Rancho Shocks, skid plates, an Eaton locking rear differential, an Autotrac two-speed transfer case, 20-inch wheels and power-extended mirrors with puddle lighting. On the safety front, it now features standard blind spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, high-beam assist, a following distance indicator and automatic emergency braking. If you want to spend more money on the Denali, you can opt for a 15-inch full-color head-up display, a rear camera mirror, HD surround camera with 15 camera views and the aforementioned Duramax diesel.

If going off-road is more your speed, skip the Denali and instead head for the AT4 that starts at $59,295, which also gets standard four-wheel drive, the new gas engine, the off-road suspension with Eaton locking diff, 18-inch wheels with Michelin all-terrain tires (20-inchers are optional), the MultiPro tailgate, the Traction Select System with a special Off-Road mode and the same optional extras that the Denali offers.

Here's how the pricing stacks up across the 2020 GMC Sierra 2500/3500 lineup:

2020 Sierra 2500

Sierra 2500

  • Regular cab, long bed: $37,195
  • Double cab, standard bed: $39,795
  • Double cab, long bed: $39,995
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $41,595
  • Crew cab, long bed: $41,795

Sierra 2500 SLE

  • Regular cab, long bed: $41,595
  • Double cab, standard bed: $43,595
  • Double cab, long bed: $43,795
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $45,395
  • Crew cab, long bed: $45,595

Sierra 2500 SLT

  • Double cab, standard bed: $52,195
  • Double cab, long bed: $52,395
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $53,995
  • Crew cab, long bed: $54,195

Sierra 2500 AT4

  • Crew cab, standard bed: $59,295
  • Crew cab, long bed: $59,495
  • Sierra 2500 Denali
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $65,295
  • Crew cab, long bed: $65,495

2020 Sierra 3500

Sierra 3500

  • Regular cab, long bed, SRW: $38,395
  • Regular cab, long bed, DRW: $39,595
  • Double cab, long bed, SRW: $41,195
  • Double cab, long bed, DRW: $42,395
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $42,795
  • Crew cab, long bed, SRW: $42,995
  • Crew cab, long bed, DRW: $44,195

Sierra 3500 SLE

  • Regular cab, long bed, SRW: $42,795
  • Regular cab, long bed, DRW: $43,995
  • Double cab, long bed, SRW: $44,995
  • Double cab, long bed, DRW: $46,195
  • Crew cab, standard bed: $46,595
  • Crew cab, long bed, SRW: $46,795
  • Crew cab, long bed, DRW: $47,995

Sierra 3500 SLT

  • Crew cab, standard bed: $55,195
  • Crew cab, long bed, SRW: $55,395
  • Crew cab, long bed, DRW: $56,595

Sierra 3500 AT4

  • Crew cab, standard bed: $60,495
  • Crew cab, long bed, SRW: $60,695

Sierra 3500 Denali

  • Crew cab, standard bed: $66,495
  • Crew cab, long bed, SRW: $66,695
  • Crew cab, long bed, DRW: $67,895

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