- The 2020 GMC Sierra HD 2500 SLE crew-cab 4x4 starts at $43,395, which is $1900 less than the previous model.
- The all-new off-road-focused Sierra HD 2500 AT4 starts at $59,295 and includes a locking differential, a specific off-road driving mode, and the MultiPro tailgate.
- 2020 Sierra HD 2500 Denali starts at $65,295 and includes the MultiPro tailgate, a full suite of safety and nanny systems, and an off-road suspension with Rancho shocks and a locking rear differential.
Initial pricing for the 2020 Sierra HD 2500 and 3500 pickups has been released. Although details at this point are limited to the base MSRPs, we expect GMC to unleash its lengthy option pricing guides and vehicle configurator soon. The HD pickups are offered in Sierra, SLE, SLT, AT4, and Denali trims. We've detailed the most popular configurations and their base prices below.
The price walk for the Sierra HD 2500 begins with the regular-cab long-bed Sierra-it's the base trim level; think of it as the GMC lineup's equivalent of the Chevrolet Silverado Work Truck-and it retails for $37,195. Moving up to a crew cab with the standard bed increases the price to $41,595; opting for a long bed on that model adds just $200 to the bottom line.
Moving up one step to the SLE, the regular-cab long-bed model starts at $41,595; the crew-cab model with standard bed is $45,395; adding a long bed will increase the price by $200.
The SLT trim starts with the double cab and standard bed; that configuration starts at $52,195. The crew-cab, standard-bed version starts at $53,995.
2020 Sierra HD 2500 AT4 trims are limited to crew-cab models in both 2500 and 3500 versions with single rear wheels. The base price is $59,295; adding the $200 long bed option brings the total to $59,495.
The Denali, long the most luxurious and feature-laden Sierra, is only available in crew-cab form. Starting out at $65,295, the price reflects the high feature content. Again, opting for a long bed adds $200 to the bottom line.
HD 3500 Trucks Start under $40,000
The 2020 Sierra HD 3500 series trucks follow a similar pricing strategy. The least expensive way to get a genuine one-ton 3500 Sierra is the $38,395 regular-cab, short-bed version with single rear wheels. Adding dual rear wheels to the same truck will add $1200, for a total of $39,595.
Sierra HD 3500 SLE trims with single rear wheels start at $42,795; adding dual rear wheels adds $1200 for a base price of $43,995.
Leapfrogging to the crew-cab, long-bed, dual-rear-wheel Sierra HD 3500, we see that the base prices look like this: base Sierra, $44,195; SLE, $47,995; SLT $56,595; AT4 N/A; Denali $67,895. So, as we said, although you can start in the high $30,000s when shopping the Sierra HD, base prices at the top end are close to $70,000 before options. We'll update with more information once GMC releases its online configurator.
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