One of the main attractions of a pickup truck is its versatility. From hauling furniture in the bed to towing behind a trailer to powering through mud or snow, a pickup truck has a place on almost any roadway.
It was with that in mind that GMC rolled out three different versions of the 2018 Sierra. The 1500, 2500 and 3500 are all targeted toward a different type of driver with different needs. Below is a brief overview of each model to help you determine which fits your lifestyle.
2018 GMC Sierra
Stepping up the Sierra scale means gaining a leg up on power and performance.
The 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 sets the tone for its siblings with capabilities of up to 420 horsepower, 12,500 pounds of towing capacity, and 2,250 pounds of payload. See the 2018 Sierra 1500 for sale in Jacksonville, NC.
An upgrade to the Sierra 2500 brings 445 horsepower with up to 14,500 pounds of towing capacity and 3,534 pounds worth of payload. You’ll find the 2018 Sierra 2500 for sale in Jacksonville, NC at Moore Buick GMC.
Last but most certainly not least, the GMC Sierra 3500 is equipped with the same horsepower as the 2500 but stretches its towing capacity and payload to 20,000 and 7,153 pounds respectively. That kind of power can only be experienced in the 2018 Sierra 3500 for sale in Jacksonville, NC.
What They All Have in Common
As you can see, the big differences in the GMC Sierra 1500, 2500, and 3500 is largely performance-based. The 1500 is a light-duty pickup suitable for most everyday jobs and is the most affordable of the three choices. The 3500 is capable of almost any towing or hauling task and is the preferred choice for the hardest-working drivers on the road. And the 2500 is a nice compromise between the other two trucks and serves as a versatile option for both getting around town and navigating tough terrain.
The choices don’t stop there. All three models come loaded with options, accessories, and packages so drivers can further customize their truck to their liking. Plus, each truck comes with a variety of cab and box combinations along with choices of two- or four-wheel drive.
The Sierra lineup is not just all work and no play. All three models come equipped with high-tech features such as wireless charging pads, 4G Wi-Fi Hotspots, digital infotainment systems, MyGMC Mobile App connectivity, and more.
When it comes to safety, each truck is loaded with standard or available features like Forward Collision Alert, Lane Keep Assist, Rear Vision Cameras, and more.
There really is no wrong answer when choosing between these trucks — just three right ones. Come see all three at Moore Buick GMC and learn more about all that the 2018 GMC Sierra has to offer.