May 19, 2024


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2023 GMC Sierra prices up, start at $38,995 for Sierra Pro Regular Cab

2023 GMC Sierra prices up, start at $38,995 for Sierra Pro Regular Cab

It was only 90 days back that GM Authority, normally a trusted supply in these matters, claimed on pricing for the 2023 GMC Sierra lineup ahead of official quantities ended up produced. People early figures were being seemingly just placeholders. Now that GMC’s uploaded the entire 2023 configurator for the 2023 Sierra, not only are MSRPs bigger except on the foundation trim, the vacation spot charge has risen from $1,795 to $1,895. The sticker prices including desired destination and their modifications from these late August sums are:

  • Sierra Pro Normal Taxi Common Box 2WD Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B $38,995 ($1,025 significantly less)
  • SLE Double Cab Std Box 2WD Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B $52,095 ($1,100)
  • Elevation Double Cab 2WD Turbo 2.7L I4 L3B $53,795 ($1,200)
  • SLT Crew Cab Limited Box 2WD 5.3L V8 L84 $57,795 ($1,300)
  • AT4 Crew Cab Brief Box 4WD Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LZ0 $68,595 ($1,495)
  • AT4X Crew Taxi Limited Box 4WD 6.2L V8 L87 $83,595 ($3,395)
  • Denali Crew Taxi Short Box 2WD 5.3L V8 L84 $67,595 ($1,095)
  • Denali Greatest Crew Cab Quick Box 4WD Turbo-diesel 3.0L I6 LZ0 $82,940 ($745)

The Sierra’s selling price bumps ranging from $745 to $3,395 come in tandem with the price ranges of the 2023 Chevrolet Silverado going up wherever from $800 to $1,800.

The $3,395 MSRP boost on the Sierra AT4X skews the selling price curve due to the fact of added products. GMA documented in July that the normal AT4X would inherit areas from the Sierra ATVX AEV established in collaboration with American Expedition Cars. Which is what is occurred. A revised grille with gloss black and dark nickel trim, AEV front and rear bumpers with improved approach and departure angles, a scorching-stamped hardened steel front skid plate inflate the price and give the ATX4 a minor additional capability off-highway. The equipment checklist also narrows the gap from the frequent AT4X to the AT4X AEV, the latter likely just a bit further with 4 extra skid plates, AEV’s Salta wheels, and a smattering of black trim all-around the body.

We’re nevertheless waiting around for official pricing on the AT4X AEV. The image above reveals displays how related both of those trucks will glance when the AEV arrives, with the normal AT4X on the remaining, the AT4X AEV on the ideal.

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