GM Releases Official 2015 GMC Sierra Features
Yesterday we revealed the official 2015 Chevy Silverado features, and today we follow up with all the official 2015 GMC Sierra features, which—surprise—are incredibly similar to its sibling pickup.
Check out what’s being added, what’s being taken away, and what’s being straight up changed for the 2015 Sierra model.
2015 GMC Sierra Features: What’s In
New for the 2015 Sierra pickup is OnStar with 4G LTE and the larger antenna that is required for the system. Like the Silverado, the Sierra also gets premium camper mirrors, spray-on bed liner, and an off-road graphic in the Driver Info Center on the Z71 and All Terrain models. The Sierra also gets two new colors: Stone Blue Metallic and Emerald Green Metallic. Trucks with the AZ3 bench seat will also get a USB jack in the glovebox.
2015 GMC Sierra Features: What’s Out
For the 2015 model year, we lose two exterior colors: Stealth Gray Metallic and Cobalt Blue Metallic.
2015 GMC Sierra Features: What’s Changing
The majority of the updates for the 2015 GMC Sierra come in the form of changes to content that has already been established. For example, Hill Start Assist hold time has been increased to 3 seconds from 1.5 seconds and the 4.3-liter and 5.3-liter engines with RPO (FHS) now have E85 capability.
In addition, HD radio has been removed from all radios, and a rear camera is now included with the Sierra Convenience Package on the 1SA Sierra model. Chrome tow hooks are now a factory-installed option, and 8-inch radios are now available on the SLE regular cab.
Finally, Quicksilver Metallic is no longer available on the All Terrain, and Summit White is no longer specifically on the Sierra 1500 All Terrain.
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