When you are looking for the latest news and information surrounding the new GMC Trucks in Canada, we are your source for reliable gathered info from a multitude of sources online. We have notices, first and foremost in our research on behalf of your Thunder Bay GMC truck Dealerships, that that more modern the pick up truck, the more task driven it actually is. Other critics agree, saying things such as the following, “Modern pickups are amenity-packed multitasking machines, and the Silverado is no exception. The ride is smooth and the cabin quiet, but handling and braking are only average.” Task driven is magnificent, provided they also cover the more imperative basics of a new truck. GMC is able to accomplish that in their new truck lineups. Today, we look at some of their specific models for sale at your Thunder
Bay GMC Truck Dealer in Canada.
As a preempt to the new truck information and opinions to follow, knowing the following specs first, may be helpful: A 4.3-liter V-6 with 305 lb-ft of torque and a six-speed automatic is standard; optional V-8s are a 5.3-liter with 383 lb-ft and a 6.2-liter with 460 lb-ft. An eight-speed automatic is standard with the 6.2-liter and optional with the 5.3-liter. Maximum towing capacity is 12,500 pounds.
“Chevrolet has rolled out the all-new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, which wears buff new bodywork and sits on a completely redesigned frame. The latest Silverado promises to be lighter and more capable than its predecessor, but unlike the Ford F-150, which uses aluminum bodywork for both the cab and the bed to trim pounds, the 2019 Silverado reserves the lighter material for its hood, doors, and tailgate.” The GMC Trucks in the lineup of have a new roof, fenders, and bed that are once again made of steel. Also, “Chevy claims to have trimmed as much as 450 pounds from the crew-cab V-8 2019 Silverado relative to its predecessor, including 88 pounds from the body and another 88 pounds taken out of the frame.”