New GMC Sierra 1500 Designed To Deliver More Luxury

GMC Sierra 1500The main goals of the pickup truck segment are typically power, capability, and a comfortable driving experience, which the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 delivers in spades. But more and more, trucks are offering drivers something a bit unexpected — range-topping luxury.

All models of the all-new GMC Sierra 1500 will be taller and longer, providing a more spacious feel, while every trim level will have its own exclusive grille. A long list of high-tech features and different wheel sizes — all the way up to 22-inch wheels — gives drivers the options they crave, while the top-of-the-line Denali trim is sure to impress drivers with its upscale vibe. Leather seating, dark-finish aluminum, open-pore wood, and contrast stitching are just a few touches you’ll see on the inside of the Sierra 1500 Denali.

2019 GMC Sierra 1500

 

The 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 was built for more appealing luxury without compromising its powerful drivetrain. It was constructed for a new and tougher look, too, with an aerodynamic exterior design that includes carbon fiber in its truck bed. The unique design, called CarbonPro, is said to be more durable than steel or aluminum.

Here at Dan Young GM, we’re excited to welcome the new GMC Sierra 1500 for those drivers who want an unparalleled VIP experience to go along with all that capable performance.

All-New Transmission Interface Debuts on 2018 GMC Terrain

All-New Transmission Interface

Sometimes it’s the little things that truly take something from good to great — or, in the case of the 2018 GMC Terrain, from great to excellent.

The on-deck GMC Terrain is full of “final touches” that create an altogether refined driving experience, but one of the features our GMC-enthusiasts here at Dan Young are most excited for has to be the all-new transmission interface. Yes, “all-new transmission interface” might sound a little boring at first, but let us explain.

The transmission interface on the 2018 GMC Terrain completely does away with the old-fashioned toggle gear shifter system. Instead, GMC is introducing a simplified toggle-and-button system. That might seem crazy — it is certainly untraditional — but there are more than just a few good reasons for this innovation.

First and foremost, this new transmission interface just looks good. In the place of an awkward shifter jutting up in the middle of your pilot area, there is a simple set of cleanly designed buttons. The overall effect is a more elegant and modernized interior.

Beyond aesthetics, this new redesign frees up a lot of space around the driver for more comfort and accessibility: no shifter, no clutter.

Finally, the all-new transmission interface is just easier to use: toggle to drive, toggle to reverse, push a button to park, go neutral, or enter low gear. It’s as easy as that.

Are you curious to see the new 2018 GMC Terrain? You can catch a glimpse (and maybe a test drive) right here at Dan Young!