With expansive volume and innovative features the Sierra steel cargo bed takes cargo capability to a new level:
The Integrated Trailer Brake Controller provides fingertip control and monitoring of your trailer brakes. The in-vehicle Trailering App1 allows drivers to program trailer brake level settings to specific trailer profiles.
This Traction Select System allows the driver to choose from preset drive modes that have been tailored for different terrain or weather conditions. It adjusts Sierra’s transmission shift points, throttle mapping and StabiliTrak to optimize performance for the situation. The available modes in the Traction Select System are:
Sierra’s signature LED taillamps, along with LED headlamps with unique C-shape lighting and light blade technology, emphasize Sierra’s premium look. Purpose meets style with LED fog lamps on Sierra Elevation and SLT.
In both corners of the rear bumper, large footwells, lined with an anti-slip texture and sized for large work boots, make access to the cargo bed easier than ever.
In addition to plenty of space to stow cargo, clever compartments are available to access your day-to-day items:
On the road, you want to stay plugged in. With multiple USB ports, you and your passengers can charge up and keep going.
The Sierra is engineered to help keep road noises outside for a quiet, comfortable ride with sound-absorbing technology in the dash and carpet. Additionally, doors are inlaid and triple-sealed.
Large rear-door openings and ample rear-seat leg room on Crew Cab models make your passengers feel comfortable, while rear vents and available heated rear outboard seats help them stay that way.
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When driving conditions are dark, IntelliBeam headlamps automatically turn on the vehicle’s high beams. When oncoming headlamps or taillights are detected, IntelliBeam switches back to low beams.
Following Distance Indicator can provide you with the following gap time (or headway) to a moving vehicle you are detected to be following to help you know if you are following much too closely.