2017 GMC SIERRA 1500

$37,998
9,128 Miles
24,189 mi. below average

Vehicle Details

Mileage: 9128
Color: Cardinal Red
Interior: INTERIOR TRIM
Transmission: TRANSMISSION, 8 SPD AUTOMATIC
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BASIC SPECS

Model Year:
2017
Make:
GMC
Model:
Sierra 1500
Trim Level:
SLT Crew Cab Short B...
Manufactured in:
MEXICO
Production Seq. Number:
430818
Body Style:
CREW CAB PICKUP 4-DR
Engine Type:
5.3L V8 OHV 16V
Transmission-short:
6A
Transmission-long:
6-Speed Automatic
Driveline:
RWD
Tank:
26.00 gallon
Fuel Economy-city:
16 miles/gallon
Fuel Economy-highway:
23 miles/gallon
Anti-Brake System:
4-Wheel ABS
Steering Type:
R&P
Front Brake Type:
Disc
Rear Brake Type:
Drum
Turning Diameter:
47.20 in.
Front Suspension:
Ind
Rear Suspension:
Live
Front Spring Type:
Coil
Rear Spring Type:
Leaf
Tires:
P265/65R18
Front Headroom:
42.80 in.
Rear Headroom:
40.50 in.
Front Legroom:
45.30 in.
Rear Legroom:
40.90 in.
Front Shoulder Room:
66.00 in.
Rear Shoulder Room:
65.70 in.
Front Hip Room:
60.70 in.
Rear Hip Room:
60.30 in.
Interior Trim:
Cocoa/Dune, leather...
Exterior Color:
Cardinal Red | Crims...
Overall Length:
229.50 in.
Overall Width:
80.00 in.
Overall Height:
74.20 in.
Wheelbase:
143.50 in.
Ground Clearance:
8.70 in.
Standard Seating:
6
Basic-duration:
36 month
Basic-distance:
36,000 mile
Powertrain-duration:
60 month
Powertrain-distance:
100,000 mile
Rust-duration:
72 month
Rust-distance:
100,000 mile
MSRP:
$44,540 USD
Dealer Invoice:
$41,645 USD
Destination Charge:
$1,195 USD
Subwoofer:
Opt.
Power Sunroof:
Opt.
Splash Guards:
Opt.
Steel Wheels:
Opt.

Option & Equipment

* TWO MAINTENANCE VISITS OIL &amp
18
4 WHEEL DISC WITH DURALIFE ROTORS (TM) * TIRE PRESSURE MONITOR SYSTEM (EXCL SPARE TIRE) * ONSTAR REMOTELINK ***EXTERIOR*** * EZ LIFT AND LOWER TAILGATE * REMOTE LOCKING TAILGATE * GLASS
5.3L V8 ECOTEC3 * TRANSMISSION
6 SPD AUTOMATIC * AUTO LOCKING RR DIFFERENTIAL * TRAILERING EQUIPMENT PACKAGE ***SAFETY &amp
ADJUSTABLE W/ TURN SIGNAL * HEADLAMPS
CHROME * POWER HEATED OUTSIDE MIRROR
DEEP-TINTED * WHEELHOUSE LINERS
FILTER 4 WHEEL TIRE ROTATION * 24 HOUR ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE * 5 YEAR / 60,000 MILE POWERTRAIN LIMITED WARRANTY SEE WWW.GMC.COM OR DEALER FOR DETAILS ***MECHANICAL*** * CAPLESS FUEL FILL * ELECTRIC POWER STEERING * ENGINE
HID PROJECTOR W/LED * TAILLAMPS
HILL START ASSIST * ANTILOCK BRAKES
LED W/ SIGNATURE * WHEEL ARCH MOLDINGS * WHEELS
OUTBOARD FRT &amp
REAR * BODY SIDE MOLDING
REAR SEAT -SIDE HEAD CURTAIN * STABILITRAK-STABILITY CONTROL W/ TRAILER SWAY CONTROL &amp
RT. FRONT PASS - FRONT/SIDE-IMPACT
SECURITY*** * AIRBAGS: DRIVER &amp



Vehicle Rating & Owner Reviews

Overall Rating
4
based on 1 Reviews

2017 4x4 6.2 liter V8 W/8spd transmission, Nice!

4
CJJ on 11/24/2016

Comfort Rating: 4 Performance Rating: 5 Interior Rating: 4 Safety Rating: 5 Value Rating: 4

This review did not allow for the proper 6.2 liter 8spd option to be selected as a detail regarding this vehicle which is what I am describing here… I Have a little under 900 miles on this truck, barely breaking it in after trading up from a 2014 GMC 5.3 liter 6spd double cab... The new 2017 with the 6.2L engine and 8spd tranny is far more drivable under every condition I have experienced to date… lots of low end torque and power… mountain driving in Colorado is much less an effort for this power train, it always seems to be in the right gear for the task… less clunky and more responsive than the 5.3 w/6 spd… Also, I am getting similar maybe even better gas mileage than the 5.3L 6 spd did… The 6.2L now needs to run on 87-91 octane so a bit of a trade off for fuel expense… I registered approx 27 mpg avg for a 60mph 50 mile run through the hills... 30 mpg one way and 24 mpg returning… some light snow and rain at the time… I have the All Terrain package which is great except for the Rancho shock absorbers which feel mushy at highway speeds... too much disconnect from the road, like the stock 20" wheels and tires are bouncing at times… I much prefer the grip and feel of Bilstein shocks and will change them over after a bit more driving… did the same on my 2014 with a vast improvement in handing and control… it felt much safer to drive under all conditions especially on rough roads, paved, gravel or dirt… almost got a speeding ticket right after changing to the Bilstein shocks on my '14 All Terrain double cab because it felt like I was driving slower than I was used to, when actually I was going 10 mph faster… I do wish the 1500 frame was stiffer with less resonance like the 2500HD… Didn't like 2500 gas powertrain… felt sluggish… The GMC '17 electronics now have a much better user interface for the most part, a more positive touch screen and works fairly well at linking the functions on my IPhone… some distractions, random glitches, possibly user error… there are a few mysteries yet to unfold in that 8" glowing screen on the dash even after studying the manual for an hour… All in all… Yes, I am liking this truck! Is it worth the $$$$ ??? Time will tell...


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