Is the 2013 GMC Sierra Denali a new car?
This is the last hurrah for the 2013 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali before the new model replaces it. Some may wonder why we’d test one of these instead of waiting a few months for the next model.
How many people can fit in a 2013 GMC Yukon?
Technically, the 2013 GMC Yukon can carry up to nine people across three rows of seats. But buyers who opt for this setup will likely be in the minority, as customers often choose the more comfortable setup of twin bucket seats up front.
What are the specs of a 2013 GMC Sierra 1500?
The ’13 Sierra 1500 has none of this advanced technology; it merely has an easy-to-use navigation system, backup camera and easy interface for plugging in a media player like an iPod. No confounding voice controls, no finicky quasi-functional touch-sensitive panels.
What’s the maximum weight of a GMC Sierra?
The heavy-duty Sierra is the towing and hauling workhorse, with the ability to tow up to 23,000 pounds with a fifth-wheel hitch. Maximum payload capacity is 7,215 pounds. The heavy-duty Sierra’s suspension and structure were strengthened last year, enabling the stout capacities.
How big is a 2013 GMC Sierra Hybrid?
2013 GMC Sierra 1500 Hybrid. The GMC counterpart to the Chevrolet Silverado, the GMC Sierra Hybrid is a full-size pickup truck with a maximum towing capacity of 6,100 lbs.
What is the towing capacity of a 2013 GMC Sierra?
2013 GMC Sierra 2500HD. Relatively unchanged for 2013, the GMC Sierra 2500HD is a heavy duty full-size pickup truck with a maximum towing capacity of 17,800 lbs.
When does the new GMC Sierra 1500 come out?
It’s been around longer than any other current full-size pickup except the Nissan Titan, and right now, GM is building the final models before switching over to the refreshed 2014 version that’s due later this summer. This is the last hurrah for the 2013 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali before the new model replaces it.
What kind of suspension system does GMC Sierra have?
The 2013 GMC Sierra offers five distinct suspension systems, each tailored to suit specific driving requirements. They include Z83 for a solid, smooth ride; Z85 for enhanced handling and trailer towing; Z71 for enhanced off-road capability; Z60 for street performance with 20-inch wheels; and NHT for maximum towing capacity.