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Part Two on GMC Trucks in Thunder Bay

make the right choiceThis is our second of four post covering the awesome sides to the 2015 GMC Sierra 1500. These new GMC trucks are smash hits with pretty much anyone and everyone who can appreciate a new truck in Canada. In this post, we will discuss the details of just what the GMC Sierra 1500 offers at your local Dominion Motors Truck Dealer in Thunder Bay.

These trucks are full size with two available lengths for their bed. Additionally, there are three different cab styles from which to choose and a rear or four-wheel-drive option in the transmission selections. Then, these new GMC trucks also offer the mack daddy line of Denali models that give you oh so much more in the way of pizazz and ultimate features. “Denali models are more upscale with more premium interiors and exclusive exterior styling treatments, such as a chrome grille and polished stainless steel exhausts.” The question really lies in how much you plan to spend on your new GMC truck in Thunder Bay and just how much flair are you looking for?

The engines look like this… a V-6 and two V-8 engines a: a 4.3-liter with 285 hp and 305 lb-ft of torque (297 hp and 330 lb-ft when using E85), a 5.3-liter making 355 hp and 383 lb-ft (380 hp and 416 lb-ft when using E85), and a 6.2-liter rated at 420 hp and 460 lb-ft. All under the hood powerhouses are coupled with automatic transmissions, some with six speed and others, like the 6.2 liter engine, will see eight speeds in the new GMC truck lineup. When it comes to efficiency, new trucks may not be the very best choice, however GMC trucks in the sales department of your Dominion Motors car dealership may have you thinking twice. “V-6 models are the most efficient at 18/24 mpg in rear-drive guise and 17/22 mpg with four-wheel drive. The 5.3-liter doesn’t sacrifice much in terms of gas mileage, with rear-drive models achieving 16/23 mpg and four-wheel drive variants at 16/22 mpg. Selecting the 6.2-liter drops fuel economy down to 15/21 mpg in rear-drive models and 14/20 mpg with four-wheel drive.”