Does GMC make a 4500 truck?
If you’re shopping for a truck that can do it all, then you probably have a power pickup on your list. A GMC model, perhaps? That said, you might be asking, “Does GMC make a 4500 truck?” While GMC does have a Sierra 1500, 2500 and 3500, it does not have a 4500 model. It does have fleet, heavy-duty and medium-duty truck options like Chevrolet does. For example, Chevrolet has a Silverado 4500HD Chassis Cab that is very customizable and has a GVWR rating of 15,000-16,500 pounds. GMC also has a customizable Chassis Cab, but it’s called the Sierra 3500HD with a GVWR rating of 13,200 pounds.
What is GMC’s most powerful work truck?
The Sierra Heavy Duty Sierra, SLE & SLT are the most powerful work trucks in the GMC lineup. These models have a DRW of up to 35,000 pounds, a maximum payload of up to 7,442 pounds, best-in-class max. towing and best-in-class, heavy-duty cargo bed volume.
It’s also the first heavy-duty truck in its class to offer an Allison® 10-speed automatic transmission with an available 6.6-liter Duramax turbo-diesel V8. This powerful truck is also available with a ProGrade™ Trailering System with an in-vehicle Trailering App and an available six-function MultiPro™ tailgate.
How much does the GMC Sierra Heavy Duty Sierra SLE cost?
GMC’s capable work truck starts at $52,785 MSRP, which excludes destination freight charge, tax, title license, dealer fees and optional equipment.
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