At Shepherd’s Chevrolet, Buick, GMC in Kendallville, Indiana, we want to help you make a confident and informed choice when it comes to your new vehicle. Here we have compared the all-new GMC Sierra to the competition and pointed out some key features we don’t want you to miss. With more options and trims, the GMC Sierra starts at only $39,600. Let’s take a look at what the GMC Sierra has to offer!
The Sierra beats not only the F-150 but every competitor with more cargo bed volume. While we are talking about the bed, we should also mention the world’s first six-function multi-pro tailgate! As added accessories, go check out the class-leading 15 camera view, tire pressure monitoring system, or the Multi-Pro Audio system. With the MultiPro Audio System, you can shut off the truck and enjoy the music playing right out of your tailgate!
Its best-in-class crew cab has the Ford F-150 beat with more front head and legroom. The Sierra will not only be a comfortable ride for you but passengers as well offering, heated rear seats, vents, wider door openings, and more rear legroom. New in the Sierra: more storage with a rear seat-back storage, under-seat storage, and front storage with a lockable glovebox. For your infotainment, easily connect Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, or Amazon Alexa.
This is a fantastic customizable truck we know you will fall in love with! Come in today for a test drive at Shepherd’s Chevrolet, Buick, GMC in Kendallville, Indiana, where we’ll always treat you like family.
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