2022 GMC Sierra Limited 1500

The 2022 GMC Sierra Limited 1500 is the newest addition to the Sierra lineup. A Light-Duty pickup truck that is all about performance and design, while displaying power and innovation through its many new features like the world’s first Six-Function MultiPro Tailgate and the industry’s-first available Carbon-Fiber Composite Bed.

Pro  –  starts at $32,495

The standard for the 2022 Sierra Limited 1500 is the Pro with a 2.7L Turbo engine, 8-Speed automatic transmission, 9,900lbs max towing capacity, 19/22mpg, 355hp, and 383lbft of max torque to ensure performance, simply.

The Pro is also available with a 5.3L V8 engine and 10-Speed automatic transmission. Some additional features on the Pro are heated driver and front passenger seats, 20” black gloss painted aluminum wheels, standard LED lights with daytime running lamps, Apple Carplay and Android Auto, Best-In-Class cargo box volume, and available MultiPro Tailgate, proving that luxury doesn’t have to mean complicated.

SLE  –  starts at $43,895

The level up is the SLE which has the same engine options as the Pro, with an additional option of a 3.0L Turbo-diesel engine. With specs of 23/30mpg, 355hp, 383lbft of max torque, and 11,200lbs max towing, the SLE is ready to work hard. In addition, the SLE has the standard Six-Function MultiPro Tailgate, Best-In-Class cargo box volume, 8” GMC Infotainment System with SiriusXM, and the optional Trailering Package for extra capabilities.

Elevation  –  starts at $45,495

Next is the Elevation with the same engine options as the SLE, but more focused on style. This model has a monochromatic exterior with gloss black grille, 20” gloss black wheels, heated driver and front passenger seats, and the option of the X31 Off-Road package which includes integrated dual exhaust and all-terrain tires to give the vehicle an extra edge. To add, the Elevation still has 11,200lbs max towing capacity, 23/30mpg, 355hp, 383lbft of max torque, proving that style should never compromise performance. 

SLT  –  starts at $50,895

The next model is the SLT, which has the same 3 engine options as the SLE and Elevation, but takes luxury to another level. Designed with perforated leather-appointed front seats, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, HD Surround Vision System and Bose audio with Richbass Woofer availability. With all these features, the SLT still gets 13,000lbs max towing capacity, 23/30mpg, 355hp, and 383lbft of max torque, which is quite impressive.

AT4    starts at $60,995

The level up from the SLT is the AT4, which has a lot of performance and style enhancements like off-road suspension, mud-terrain tires, polished dual exhaust outlets, 2-in factory lift, head-up display and rear camera mirror, as well as 18-in high-gloss black wheels. The AT4 also has the MultipPro Tailgate and an impressively large cargo bed. With 22/26 mpg, 420 max hp, 460lbft of max torque, and the towing capacity of 9,100lbs, the AT4 has all the capabilities as well as the bells and whistles.

Denali  –  starts at $61,295

After the AT4 is the Denali, which has the same specs as the AT4 besides 23/30mpg and a higher max towing capacity of 9,600lbs. This model has all the same features as the AT4 yet is more focused on upgrades in design and performance. This model has SuperCruise availability, hands-free technology for compatible roads all over the United States, a power sunroof, 22” polished aluminum wheels, as well as the best in class Light Duty diesel horsepower performance of the Sierra 1500s.