When it comes to GMC Trucks in Thunder Bay, one of the first in its class is the Sierra. Also, you cannot talk about the Thunder Bay GMC Trucks in the GMC Sierra lineup without also visiting the Ford F150 and the Chevy Silverado as well. The Sierra 1500 is now considered a definite candidate for purchase when pitted against the above two super stars. This just in from Car and Driver, “Overview: If the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and the Ford F-150 are the two mainstream consumer candidates in the full-size pickup-truck race, then consider the 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 a viable third-party alternative. Sure, the GMC technically espouses the same values as the mechanically identical Chevy, but the Sierra does so without the bow-tie badge and with a slightly more white-collar image.”
There exist three different cab configurations and bed lengths, four trim levels, and five powertrain choices, all available for this GMC truck in Thunder Bay ON. All two-door standard-cab Sierra 1500s come equipped with seating for three people, and the double cab adds a rear bench seat for additional passengers or cargo, plus two small rear doors. A 6.5-foot box is standard in both of these GMC Truck cabs, although an 8.0-foot box is offered on single-cab models in addition to the above offerings at your Thunder Bay GMC Truck dealership. With an available 5.8-foot bed, the bigger crew cab trades cargo space for additional rear-seat room. Depending upon which is more important to you, this is a nice choice to have. However, you don’t have to make any sacrifices if you opt for a four-by-four crew cab ion the GMC Truck lineup, which also is available with the 6.5-foot bed.
Take one or more of these Thunder Bay GMC trucks out on the roadway for a test drive and compare the feel and space provided in each configuration. You will know in no time which one is best suited for you and your family’s needs.