Even though they don’t sell their truck as Ford or Ram, GMC is currently one of the most prominent names in pickup truck industry. As such, they need to improve the lineup all the time. Although the new generation trucks won’t arrive before 2019, they will have something new to offer to its fans.
2018 GMC Sierra HD All Terrain X Design and Features:
Aside it looks really good the special edition of the Heavy Duty truck packs some pretty useful stuff. By introducing the 2018 GMC Sierra HD All Terrain X, the producer has shown off-road nature of their trucks. They added a spray-on liner for the tray and Eaton automatic locking rear differential. The off-road suspension features twin-tube Rancho shock absorbers and really capable underbody skid protection, as well as hill descent control. The truck rides on 18-inch wheels with special Goodyear tires that feature aggressive tread pattern.
The special model comes painted in Black Onyx and Summit White colors. The exterior is additionally embellished by body-color grille and door handles, while the improvements such as power-adjustable heated and power-folding trailering mirrors and LED rear guidance lamps may be very useful in some situations. Aside from the existing equipment, the cabin also sports heated steering wheel and all-weather floor liners.
The 2018 GMC Sierra HD All Terrain X offers both 6.0-liter V-8 and the new Duramax 6.6-liter V-8 options. Of course, our favorite is the impressive oil-burner because it offers a staggering output of 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque, which comes in a pair with Allison six-speed transmission.
The carmaker hasn’t announced a price, but we think that the special off-road 2018 GMC Sierra HD All Terrain X truck won’t cost less from $58K.
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