GMC Dealership Touts Strengths Of GMC Sierra 1500 For NC Drivers

February 18, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Kernersville, NC based Vestal Buick GMC is shining a light on the GMC Sierra 1500 as part of their mission to put the best GMC vehicles in their customer’s hands. Boasting a robust, sleek design and build, this pickup truck is intended for drivers who want a vehicle that appeals to both practical and aesthetic sensibilities. Learn more about the dealership and their services at the following link: GMC Dealership NC.

While the 2020 model adds adaptive cruise control and a bed-view camera to the 2019 revamp, the GMC Sierra 1500 has been proving its mettle for quite some time already. Last year’s model alone continues to boast a wealth of features and industry firsts that GMC has seen fit to carry over this year, including a unique carbon fiber composite bed (with best-in-class dent, scratch and corrosion resistance), top-notch heads-up display and rear camera mirror, best-in-class available horsepower and torque and much more. In short, it offers powerful performance coupled with an appropriately rugged yet defined appearance that hints at the power beneath its hood and the cab’s more subtle technological capabilities. Notably, the 2020 model has a slightly lower towing capacity than the 2019’s but this is offset by the fact that it is still able to tow upwards of 12,000 lbs.

2019 also witnessed the addition of new trims to build up the ranks of the GMC Sierra 1500. To date, drivers may choose from the Sierra AT4, Sierra Denali, Sierra SLE, Sierra Elevation and Sierra SLT. Each of these trims offers several distinct features in addition to their shared strengths, such as the Sierra AT4’s mud terrain-rated Goodyear® Wrangler DuraTrac® tires and the Sierra Denali’s authentic perforated Forge leather-appointed seating and open-pore ash wood trim. The GMC Sierra 1500 can be matched with any of five different engines, three types of transmissions and even rear or all-wheel drive. Drivers may be interested to learn that the available engine options include a turbocharged four-cylinder and a turbodiesel.

GMC themselves are also quite proud of their Six-Function MultiProTM Tailgate. As they state on their website, “The Next Generation Sierra redefines what it means to drive a pickup. Leading a long list of impressive features is the most innovative tailgate design ever, which includes six distinct functions that revolutionize cargo box accessibility and functionality, and make loading and unloading quicker and easier.” This particular feature is expected to change the game for many Sierra drivers.

Vestal Buick GMC states that each of these trims and options have a lot to offer, and it’s simply down to each individual driver to explore the cars’ various aspects and decide which suits them the best. No matter which of the three they pick—or even if they pick the tried and trusted 2019 model—they are sure to take home a powerful and dependable vehicle. Explore Vestal Buick GMC’s full inventory and associated services here: GMC Trucks Greensboro.

Many drivers will be pleased to learn just how feature rich the 2019 model is as well, since this gives them some flexibility when deciding whether to purchase a brand new GMC Sierra 1500 or make a more budget-friendly choice and check out a used 2019. They will be missing out on the latest features but the savings they make may be just what they need. Vestal Buick GMC is able to offer their services and expertise in this arena as well, and listings for both used and brand new GMC Sierra 1500 can be viewed from their website.

Customer reviews for Vestal Buick GMC are indicative of their dedication to pairing drivers with the vehicles that are meant for them. In their 5-Star DealerRater review, a customer states that, “I was Dusty's first sale, and I went with the intention of buying a used truck but couldn't reach an agreement, but I also was looking at a new vehicle. So, I am baptizing Dusty pretty well with all sorts of scenarios about my purchase, and he never lost his composure. Stayed calm and listened to me and paid attention to what I was saying. He really made me want to help him get his first sale.”

They continue, “I had my mind made up that I was leaving there with a different vehicle than what I arrived in. After about five hours of discussing prices and products, I decided it was in my best interests to purchase a new vehicle because of the warranty. I could have easily got him frustrated but I didn't. I think he will make a good salesman as long as he continues to put the customer before commission. I am satisfied with my decision.”

Vestal Buick GMC is always happy to provide any assistance they can to their customers, and they welcome any further inquiries regarding the GMC Sierra 1500. Chris Vestal of Vestal Buick GMC can be reached for further details as well. Learn more here: GMC Trucks Winston Salem.

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For more information about Vestal Buick GMC, contact the company here:

Vestal Buick GMC
Chris Vestal
336-996-5780
info@vestalcars.com
900 NC-66
Kernersville NC 27284

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