The monthly payment is based on the price of this vehicle assuming it is financed. If you choose to lease, you can also use the payment calculator to determine your lease terms. Default values for financing include: Term of 48 months, APR of 3.0%, and Sales Tax of 7.0%. Default values for leasing include: Term of 36 months, Money Factor of 0.00125, Residual Value of 55%, and Sales Tax of 7.0%.
Year in and year out, the GMC Sierra is one of the top performers in the pickup truck segment, particularly its 1500 version. For those who need something a little heavier-duty but don't want the full-on 3500HD model, GMC also offers a Sierra 2500HD.
What's New for 2015
For 2015, the Sierra 2500HD is fully redesigned to match the styling of the Sierra 1500. With this redesign came an all-new look inside and out.
Choosing Your Sierra 2500HD
First and foremost, the 2015 Sierra 2500HD is a work truck, so GMC offers it in a variety of body styles to fit different jobs. The body options include a regular cab with an eight-foot bed and a double cab or crew cab with a six-foot, six-inch or eight-foot bed.
Bed and cab configurations aren't the only decisions you need to make, as the 2015 Sierra 3500HD has a range of drivetrains to choose from too. Standard in the Sierra 2500HD is a 6-liter Vortec V8 that produces 360 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque, rear-wheel drive, and a six-speed automatic transmission. If you need more oomph, opt for four-wheel drive, a Duramax 6.6-liter V8 turbo-diesel that produces 397 horsepower and 765 pound-feet of torque, oran Allison 1000 six-speed automatic transmission available.
After checking off all of the boxes for body configurations and drivetrains, you have four trim levels to choose from:
If the Denali package seems right for you, try out a fully loaded SLT model before making a purchase, as a fully-loaded SLT gives you all of the main amenities of the Denali, less the handful of Denali-exclusive item, like the grille, triple-sealed doors and embossed headrests, for a lower price.