off roadThe 2019 GMC Sierra AT4 proves that GM’s upmarket truck and SUV brand is getting in the game all the way around when it comes to rough-and-tumble capability and the desire to step and and rival the Ford F-150, Toyota Tundra, Ram 1500 and Nissan Titan.  It is mentioned online that previously the GMC brand had been more focused on luxury touches like fancy chrome wheels and posh interiors which comes as no big surprise to most in the new and used GMC Truck sales industry, considering the upscale SLT and Denali trim levels account for the vast majority of GMC sales.

So why now does GMC want to get muddy and adventurous? Well, that is only partly true really. “The AT4 adds hardware that’ll take truck buyers off the beaten path, though this GMC isn’t anywhere close to being a Spartan, no-frills work truck.”  There are actually five key features that are well-loved about the GMC Sierra Trucks in Thunder Bay and they can better answer the questions above.

More than stickers and chrome is one thing that is listed by multiple sources online who have reviewed these new GMC Trucks in Canada.  What do they mean by that?  Well, the Sierra AT4 isn’t a cynical marketing ploy, there is some true “all-terrain toughness” that genuinely goes along with these new truck rides.   A factory-installed lift kit that’s included in these new Thunder Bay GMC Trucks in Ontario, also manages to raise the AT4 by two inches, while Rancho monotube shocks, a locking rear differential, a two-speed transfer case and standard all-wheel drive prove this GMC can dare to venture off paved surfaces, so there you have the off road connections — though you might risk getting mud and muck on the truck’s handsome 18- or 20-inch alloy wheels which is sort of making some GMC Truck lovers hesitant.