2019 GMC Sierra Walk Around

GMC chose slightly more conservative, straightforward design than Chevrolet’s related Silverado, also redesigned for 2019. Simple lines have few rounded corners, but plenty of straight edges. An oversize chrome grille tapers as it drops between big C-shaped headlights.

Unpainted gray plastic outlines wheel wells. A slight upward kink behind crew-cab rear windows breaks up the long, straight shoulder line.

Overall, Sierra styling isn’t far removed from that of nearly every full-size pickup. Denalis get huge dollops of chrome, while Elevation trim is body-colored. In its 2019 form, the Sierra body has lost up to 360 pounds.


Space is bountiful in the Sierra Crew Cab, which promises expansive front-seat space. When fitted with a bench seat, three adults can fit up front. Basic interior design is shared with Chevrolet’s Silverado.

Front bucket seats have flat cushions with low, but firm, bolsters – comfortable for long journeys. Headroom has grown, compared to the previous generation. The center console can hold a laptop, and most Sierras offer readily-accessible charge points.

Rear seats are more accommodating than before, with nearly 3 additional inches of legroom. Crew-cab back seats also benefit from wide door openings. Seat bottoms flip up to expand storage space. Abundant sound-deadening keeps the cabin relatively hushed.

A shield-shaped control stack dominates the dashboard. Denali models boast plenty of brightwork, as well as discreet panels of open-pore wood and metallic trim for a high-end aura.

The Sierra’s cargo bed adopted some cutting-edge construction to boost usable space. Depending on configuration, GMC offers a dozen tie-downs, a cast-in step, and LED bed lighting.

1Dealer Discount applied to everyone.

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