GMC has introduced a new version of the 2015 Sierra HD, named the All Terrain, which is basically aimed towards off-road enthusiasts.
“The new 2015 GMC Sierra HD lineup helps customers tackle tough jobs more comfortably, and with the new All Terrain HD, they can do it with greater style. Equally comfortable whether it’s a night on the town or traversing a remote job site, it has all the capability that customers demand from a GMC heavy-duty truck on the job”, said Duncan Aldred, the GMC Sales and Marketing vice president.
The All Terrain version is available on the 2500HD and 3500HD double cab and crew cab models and it’s offered in the SLE and SLT trim levels. It has all-wheel drive and an electronically controlled transfer case. The model has also been fitted with the Ranch twin-tube shock absorbers, underbody skid plate, hill-descent control and the Z71 Off-Road package. Additional items include the chrome side mirror covers, the body color bumpers, the ALL TERRAIN logo on the instrument cluster, a rearview camera, IntelliLink, Wi-Fi hotspot. No pricing details have been announced yet but sales will begin this summer.