The diverse GMC truck lineup offers a wide range of capabilities and functions. Here's an overview of each model's key aspects to help you decide which one is best for you. 

The GMC Canyon is a great choice if you need a truck for city and highway driving but value the ability to tackle rougher trails. It achieves a highway efficiency of 30 mpg, so you can spend more time on the open road and less time at the gas pump.* When outfitted with the 3.6-liter V6 engine, this truck supplies 308 horsepower for an energetic response at every turn.
Choose the All Terrain version of the Canyon if you need a companion for rugged adventures. This version includes 3-inch round assist steps, 31-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac all-terrain tires, a spray-on bedliner, and all-weather floor liners to enhance the practicality and durability.

The Sierra 1500 slots just above the Canyon and offers similar features with a bit more muscle to satisfy first-time truck owners and young families who need a roomier cabin. It includes the world's first six function MultiPro™ Tailgate for enhanced functionality and a first-of-its-kind CarbonPro™ carbon-fiber truck bed for scratch-resistance. Best-in-class crew cab front headroom and legroom mean that passengers will have sufficient space for a comfortable drive.
A best-in-class cargo box volume means you'll have generous room to store whatever luggage and equipment you want to bring. And with a maximum towing rating of 12,100 pounds, you can easily bring along a boat, camper, or trailer on your next adventure.

The Sierra 2500HD lives up to its heavy-duty category. It boasts a 3,979-pound maximum payload and 18,500-pound maximum conventional trailering capacity to handle tough tasks.
While some trucks emphasize capability at the expense of comfort, the Sierra 2500HD isn't one of them. Available heated and ventilated perforated leather-appointed seating translates to a pleasant ride. Available 4G LTE Wi-Fi® makes it easy to keep in touch with family and coworkers, whether you're navigating the work site or transporting cargo across town.

One step up from the Sierra 2500HD, the Sierra 3500HD embodies the brand's utmost capability and strength. It can carry up to 7,442 pounds of cargo in the truck bed. It also yields a 20,000-pound maximum conventional trailering capacity and 35,500-pound maximum fifth-wheel/gooseneck rating.
If you prefer your brawn with a bit of luxury on the side, select the Denali trim. A heated steering wheel and leather-appointed front bucket seats elevate the cockpit. It also includes a built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, wireless charging, and a Bose® sound system to make you feel at home no matter where the road takes you.

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