In a recent survey that assessed over 15.8 million vehicles, iSeeCars.com found that GMC is one of the longest-lasting brands. The study was conducted in order to discover which vehicles consistently make it to the 200,000-mile mark, and the GMC brand earned third place overall in the study.
GMC trucks and large SUVs, in particular, performed
well in the study, lasting a great number of miles. The Yukon and the Yukon XL
both ranked highly on the list of the longest-lasting SUVs, with the Yukon XL
claiming the seventh spot.
The 2020 Yukon XL provides plenty of space in its
sophisticated cabin with up to 121.7 cubic feet of cargo volume. Plus, the SUV
has seating for up to nine passengers and lots of family-friendly amenities,
making it the ideal vehicle for long family road trips.
The GMC Sierra 1500 took the sixth spot on the list
of the longest-lasting light-duty pickups. The 2020 model is a powerful and
capable option, coming available with a 420-horsepower 6.2-liter V8 engine.
When properly equipped, it can tow up to 12,100 pounds with ease.
If you want a vehicle to drive your family for years to come, consider driving a GMC vehicle. Learn more about the different models available when you view the online inventory at Steve Austin’s Auto Group in Bellefontaine, Ohio.
The durability of carbon fiber is hard to beat. Not only is it amazingly strong and light, but it can be formed into almost any shape imaginable. These features make it one of the most versatile and desirable materials today. GMC recently announced that it will start producing special-edition versions of the Sierra called the GMC CarbonPro™ starting in early June.
The package will be available on the Sierra Denali 1500 and
the Sierra AT4 1500. It will include a CarbonPro bed designed with a unique
carbon fiber composition that delivers best-in-class resistance to dents,
scratches, and corrosion.
“CarbonProis made of the same raw material found in seven-figure super cars and even aerospace applications,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president, Global GMC. “Coupled with offering the world’s first six-function MultiPro tailgate, the 2019 Sierra packs a one-two hauling punch for whatever the situation demands.”
Along with its impeccable durability, the CarbonPro bed will
weight 25-percent less than a traditional steel bed, which equates to about 60
pounds. It also eliminates the need for a bed liner, saving even more weight.
Because of its thin construction, it increases the already class-leading cargo
volume of the Sierra’s bed by 1 cubic foot.
This innovative bed comes with two additional tie-downs in
addition to the 12 standard tie-downs found on the steel beds. It also comes
with indentations in the bed to help keep certain cargo more secure.
Contact us at Steve Austin’s Auto Group for more information about this imminent offering that GMC is releasing. In the meantime, stop by our dealership to test-drive a shiny new 2019 Sierra or one of our other new models.