All-new second-generation model arrives nearly a decade after the original
General Motors' GMC division focuses on trucks and SUVs mechanically identical to, but stylistically divergent from, sister company Chevrolet's larger models. GMC is also the nameplate worn by General Motors' commercial vehicles.
GMC launched its updated Terrain model at the New York auto show, with new styling and a built-in 4G data connection, but this SUV has the proportions of a wagon.
Though not without a few small compromises, the 2015 GMC Canyon Crew Cab is a do-it-all vehicle for those who need the comfort of a sedan and the flexibility of a truck.
The 2015 GMC Sierra 2500HD Denali adds a few high-tech perks to its old-school work truck frame, helping with navigation and collision avoidance, but the highlight here remains pulling power and load capability.
GMC's 2016 Sierra All Terrain X is a grouping of options that gives the full-size pickup additional off-road prowess and attitude. We can't help be reminded of Marty McFly's "Back to the Future" rig, even though this truck isn't from Toyota.
Exclusive styling touches set the new special edition Terrain apart.
No longer so beastly, the Acadia has lost 700 pounds and 7.2-inches.
Despite its strongly SUV-styled body, the construction, power plant, and cabin tech of the 2010 GMC Terrain are thoroughly modern, equal to or surpassing much of the competition.
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With its Duramax Plus option, the Sierra 2500HD pickup truck gets massive torque. Meanwhile its cabin sports a Wi-Fi hotspot and enough charging ports to support any gadget load.
With body-on-frame construction and a powerful diesel engine option, the Sierra 2500HD maintains work-truck capability while enhancing the cabin for the modern contractor.