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GMC Sierra All Terrain HD

Posted on Tuesday, January 11, 2011

gmc sierra all terrain hdThe American car industry starts to rise gradually on feet – apparently, it already could reach a bottom. Bankruptcy of General Motors and Chrysler, liquidation of such known marks as Pontiac, Mercury and Hummer, sharp falling of sales. But 2010 has pleased heads of automobile firms. After all in comparison with problem 2009 sale have managed to grow on 11 %. And demand for the most popular car in AmericaFord F-Series pickup – has increased and at all by 27,7 % (to a mark of 528 349 cars). On the second place there is one more pickup under name Chevrolet Silverado which sales have grown on 16,9 % (370 135 cars). Besides, one more pickup enters into ten best – Dodge Ram (+12 %, 199 652 cars). And about what should tell these information given to bosses of automobile companies? Only about one – the fashion on the big pickups still very popular in USA. For this reason heads of General Motors with such pleasure have presented on a showroom in Detroit a new huge pickup with long name GMC Sierra All Terrain HD. Formally, it's concept, but the serial model will appear in the near future, and it will be called more simple – GMC Sierra.

The new pickup looks massive. To understand all power of this car not necessary to know it's length or height. Here the engine in volume of 6,6 l, which gives out 402 h.p. and 1037 Nanometers will allow any to understand that GMC Sierra All Terrain HD is a serious car!!! Besides, it is possible to notice that new generation Sierra will be capable to transport the trailer in weight to seven tons, and road gleam is equal 300 mm. In the USA base version GMC Sierra now costs $20 850.

gmc sierra all terrain hd

gmc sierra all terrain hd

gmc sierra all terrain hd

gmc sierra all terrain hd

2 Comments For This Post

  1. Anonymous Says:

    please release this truck, whatever it costs its mine

  2. Anonymous Says:

    one bad ass ride for sure. I'd buy one in a second

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