optionsWe continue down our path of information seeking and reporting regarding the newest GMC trucks in the Sierra 1500 lineup at your Thunder Bay GMC Trucks Dealer and we find that this year both four-door Sierra 1500s offer the option to trade the standard three-across front-row bench seat for a pair of bucket seats and a large center console.  This is important when it comes to flexibility, especially since the number one trucks on the market offer so much in the way of choice, trim level options and configurations such as these.

Then, in addition to the above customizations, you can also get all cab configurations in either base or SLE trims.  The higher-end SLT trim is offered only with the double-cab or crew-cab body styles, and the top-of-the-line Denali comes only with the latter.  This is no big deal, however, since as our Thunder Bay GMC Trucks research shows, once people venture that high up in any new car or new truck lineup, they want the best of the best in space and other features.  Offering the base models in the highest of trim and size wouldn’t make much sense for anyone involved, manufacture, dealer or consumer alike.

Looking under the hood for our GMC Trucks in Thunder Bay ON, we find that most all base and SLE GMC Sierra 1500s come standard with a 285-hp 4.3-liter V-6 engine and a six-speed automatic transmission; a 355-hp 5.3-liter V-8 that’s also connected to a six-speed automatic is optional, but it’s standard on base and SLE Sierra 1500 double-cab models with the 6.5-foot bed.  By increasing your purchase to the GMC Sierra 1500 SLT or the very top of the list Denali you will move the V-8 to the list of standard options on your new Thunder Bay GMC Truck in ON.