Great Sierra Savings! Up to $10,000 Off List Price

2011 GMC Sierra 2500 HD Truck

Save up to $10,000 off of the list price on new GMC Sierra trucks at Scott McCorkle’s Liberty Buick GMC! These impressive trucks may be found at any of the Charlotte, Matthews or Monroe Liberty Buick GMC dealer locations.

The GMC Sierra 1500 pickup truck is available in 2WD and 4×4 truck. You can also choose from regular cab, extended cab, and crew cab body styles, with a variety of V8 engines on tap. The Sierra 1500 pickup truck is capable of towing up to 10,700 lbs or hauling a payload up to 1,909 lbs.*

The GMC Sierra 2500HD pickup truck is ready to tackle almost anything! This GMC model is also offered in regular-cab, extended-cab, and crew-cab body styles, and is available as a 2WD truck or a 4×4 truck. A variety of V8 engines are available, including a remarkably powerful Duramax diesel. Sierra 2500HD pickup trucks are able to tow up to 15,800 lbs or haul a payload up to 3,924 lbs.*

In addition, the 2011 GMC Sierra is available with the luxurious Denali package. This includes many enhancements, including a four-bar chrome grille, door/door handle chrome accents, and new polished, 18- and 20-inch, forged-aluminum wheels. Inside, the superior Bose audio system, power-adjustable pedals, 12-way power seats, and brushed aluminum trim make their own statement. Optional features are available, such as  heated steering wheel, as well as, heated/cooled seats.

Decide what you need in order to choose the right GMC Sierra truck for you. Ask yourself what your job requires, and the GMC Sierra truck has an answer. Create your perfect GMC Sierra pickup truck, and save up to $10,000 off of list price! 

With all of the possibilities available, it’s no wonder that families, commuters, and contractors alike all make the GMC Sierra 1500 their pickup truck of choice. For more information on the powerful 2011 GMC Sierra truck, visit www.clickliberty.com, download the 2011 GMC Sierra brochure here, or call 888-306-1908. 

*Depends on the configuration and whether a 2WD or 4WD drivetrain is selected.

CCP Web Design Staff Writer: Kimberly Brouillette, 4/25/11

MotorTrend Takes Notice of 2011 GMC Sierra Denali Heavy Duty Truck

MotorTrend has taken notice of and praised the 2011 GMC Sierra Denali Heavy Duty truck. This GMC Sierra truck is the first model that offers the luxurious Denali trim on one of GMC’s toughest trucks. The combination of luxury and performance on the 2011 GMC Sierra Denali Heavy Duty truck will continue to “wow” drivers in Charlotte, Matthew & Monroe, NC.

According to a MotorTrend article, “GMC has always been about “Professional Grade” trucks, but the Denali trim level takes it up a notch or two — it’s the package for people who work hard but like to do it in style, too.”

Several enhancements that are specific to the Denali package include a four-bar chrome grille, chrome accents on the doors and door handles, and new 18- and 20-inch polished forged aluminum wheels. Inside, the Denali package features a superior Bose audio system, power-adjustable pedals, 12-way power seats, and brushed aluminum trim. Optional heated steering wheel, as well as, heated/cooled seats are also available.

GMC also spent a great deal of effort on upgrading the Sierra’s chassis and powertrain. The result is a 20,000-pound maximum towing capacity with a fifth-wheel trailer, as well as a 16,000-pound maximum towing capacity with a traditional hitch, and a 6,335-pound maximum payload capacity.

On the 2011 GMC Sierra Denali Heavy Duty truck, the latest version of the 6.6-liter Duramax turbo diesel V-8 makes all of this power and towing capacity possible. This V-8 engine has been re-engineered to increase both the Sierra’s strength and improve efficiency. The Duramax has been rated at 397 horsepower and an amazing 765 lb-ft of torque at 1,600 rpm. This resulted in a best-in-class figure that’s a 32 horsepower and 105 lb-ft improvement over last year’s engine.

In addition, the automaker has reduced the engine’s NOx emissions by 63%. For those who don’t need that level of horsepower and torque, there is also the 6.0-liter Vortec gasoline V-8 (360 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque), which has a new camshaft that increased torque at low RPM.

The latest Allison 1000 six-speed automatic transmission has been beefed-up to handle the extra torque of the upgraded diesel motor. The article continues to say that, “GMC boasts that the transmission has been specifically built to match either the gasoline or diesel engine for maximum efficiency and ideal gearing. Those sticking with gasoline will get an upgraded 6L90 six-speed automatic transmission, an upgrade from the 6L80 found on current models.”

In addition to the other features, GMC has also upgraded its front suspension for a smoother ride and easier handling. In the rear, a new asymmetrical leaf-spring rear suspension has wider leafs, which allows for a higher payload capacity and less axle-hop. All these heavy-duty upgrades are possible due to “11 all-new, fully-boxed frames to underpin the cab and box configurations. GMC says the new frames are five times stiffer on their own while the hydro-formed front sections are 125% stiffer.”

Whether for work or play, the serious truck driver now has an option if he/she desires a combination of luxury and performance. See the new GMC Sierra truck ad below to see some of the ways the 2011 GMC Sierra Denali Heavy Duty truck can perform for you.

These impressive trucks may be found at any of the Charlotte, Matthews or Monroe Liberty Buick GMC dealer locations. For more information on the powerful 2011 GMC Sierra Denali Heavy Duty truck, visit www.clickliberty.com, download the 2011 GMC Sierra brochure here, or call 888-306-1908.

CCP Web Design Staff Writer: Kimberly Brouillette, 4/5/11