Comparing the GMC Sierra to the Competition

The New 2024 GMC Sierra

With available features like THE 6.2L V8 engine, The Super Cruise hands-free driver-assistance technology and The World’s First Six-Function MultiPro™ Tailgate, the 2024 GMC Sierra should be your first choice for a full-size pickup truck.

The future starts now. Super Cruise is the first true hands-free driver assistance technology for compatible roads. Under the proper conditions with an attentive driver, Super Cruise driver assistance technology can permit hands-free operation of the vehicle with automatic lane changing. You can even pull a trailer hands-free (only while automatic hands-free lane changing is disabled). If you choose this option, your purchase includes three years of connectivity to support functionality, after which a Connected Services† plan must be purchase. Travel hands-free on more than 400,000 miles of compatible roads in the U.S. and Canada with available Super Cruise hands-free driver assistance technology.

Inside Sierra 1500, gorgeous, driver-focused screens enhance your driving experience, offering more than 40″ of combined diagonal driver-focused digital displays — the most in its class. Three integrated and intuitive digital displays allow you to keep connected to your truck while still being able to pay attention to the road ahead.

  • Available 13.4″ diagonal center touchscreen — including Sierra 1500’s latest GMC Infotainment System† with Google built-in† compatibility
  • Available 12.3″ diagonal customizable Driver Information Center
  • Available 15″ diagonal Head-Up Display

Navigate tight parking lots and maneuver a trailer with confidence using up to 14 available camera views.

Streamline hitching and towing with integrated tools that help you tow with commanding control and confidence.

The cabin of your new Sierra is is designed to bring comfort and style to you rugged, capable truck. From available leather appointments to heated and ventilated power adjustable front seats, you’ll find thoroughly crafted details for ultra premium comfort. The spacious interior features best-in-class Crew Cab front leg and headroom to accommodate any driver and  let you stretch out as you drive.

Whether it’s supplies for work or gear for the weekend. there’s plenty of space to store your materials without compromising comfort. In addition to the handy rear seatback storage for storing straps, umbrellas or cords, there is under seat storage in the rear and center console storage for easy access. The glove box is divide into a large lower lockable glove box and handy upper glove box for immediate, convenient access to items. Stow cargo with ample room for all you need.

The TurboMax™ engine delivers 310 horsepower, 430 lb.-ft. of best-in-class torque, available max towing of up to 9,500 lbs and a 5 year/100,000 miles Powertrain Limited Warranty. Heavy-Duty durability starts with a strong foundation. The engine has a fully forged-steel bottom end, starting with a stiff forged-steel crankshaft and supported by forged-steel main bearing caps. The design and build with turbocharged capability is created to ensure you get a durable and capable truck with the power and performance to handle anything that comes your way. What really makes the TurboMax™ engine so appealing is its remarkable high-power output, fuel efficiency and 430 lb.-ft. of torque. It’s a product of rigorous testing and real-world trial that’s ready to work for you, and it shows.

From Grille to Tailgate the Sierra 1500 exudes strength and power. Each Sierra trim features a grille designed to stand out with a look that is as bold as its road capability. Make light work of almost any job with the world’s first available six-function GMC MultiPro Tailgate. This tailgate allows for securing all sorts of cargo. The GMC MultiPro Tailgate helps improve loading, unloading and accessing the cargo box. You can even open and close the primary gate using the key fob’s power release.

Compare 2024 GMC Sierra 1500 to the Competition

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Truck GMC Sierra 1500 Ram 1500 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Toyota Tundra Ford F-150 Nissan Titan
Trims Pro, LE, Elevation, SLT, AT4, Denali, AT4X, Denali Ultimate Tradesman, Tradesman HFE, Big Horn, Laramie, Limited Longhorn, Rebel, Limited, TRX Work Truck, Custom, Custom Trail Boss, LT, RST, LT Trail Boss, LTZ, ZR2, High Country SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, 1794 Edition, TRD Pro, Capstone XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch®, Platinum, Limited, Tremor™, Raptor® S, SV, XD, PRO-4X
Color Options 11 13 Combinations 9 11  Over 30 Combinations 12
Box Lengths 5’8″, 6’5″, 8′ 5’7″, 6’4″ 5’10”, 6’7″, 8’2″ 5.5′, 6.5′, 8.0′  5.5′, 6.5′, 8.0′ 5.6′, 6.6′
Cab Option Regular, Double, Crew Quad, Crew Regular, Double, Crew CrewMax, DoubleCab Regular, SuperCab, SuperCrew® King, Crew
Engine 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 5.7L® V8 W/ ETorque 5.3L ECOTEC3 V8 i-FORCE 3.4L Twin-Turbo V6 5.0L TI-VCT V8 Nissan 5.6L Endurance® V8
Horsepower 355 HP 410 HP 401 HP 389 HP 290 HP 400 HP
Torque 430 lb-ft 395 lb-ft 383 lb-ft 479 lb-ft 265 lb-ft 413 lb-ft
Transmission 10-Speed Automatic TorqueFlite® 8 Eight-Speed Automatic 10-Speed Automaticn 10-Speed ECT-i SelectShift® 10-Speed Automatic Responsive 9-Speed Automatic
DriveTrain 4×4* 4×4* 4WD* 4WDemand* 4×4* 4×4*
Towing Capacity 9,400 lbs.* 12,750 lbs.* 13,300 lbs. 12,000 lbs.* 9,300 lbs.* 11,033 lbs.*
Payload Capacity 2,190 lbs.* 2,335 lbs.* 2,260 lbs.* 1,940 lbs.* 2,238 lbs.* 2,408 lbs.*
Fuel Economy (Hwy/City) 19/22* 20/25* 18/21* 18/20* 20/26* 16/21*
Infotainment 13.4 in Touchscreen Display* 12 in Touchscreen Display* 13.4 in Touchscreen Display* 14 in Touchscreen Display* 12 in Touchscreen Display* 8 in Touchscreen Display
Front Headroom 43.03 in. 40.9 in. 43.03 in. 41.0 in. 40.8 in. 41.0 in.
Front Legroom 44.53 in. 40.9 in. 44.43 in. 41.2 in. 43.9 in. 41.8 in.
Rear Headroom 39.88 in. 39.8 in. 40.12 in 38.5 in. 40.4 in. 38.7 in.
Rear Legroom 35.24 in. 45.2 in (max) 43.4 in. 41.6 in. 43.6 in. (max) 38.4 in.
Base Price $42,295* $37,410* $36,300* $37,865* $33,695* *39,950*


Both of these great trucks offer tons of customization and technology with their rugged capability.

  • The GMC Sierra offers a larger standard box size with 79.44 inches versus the Ram 1500, which offers a standard box size of 76 inches. Similarly the short boxes sizes  are also comparable with the Ram having 67 inches while Sierra has a short box measuring 69.92 inches.
  • In addition to more cargo bed volume, GMC Sierra has theSix-Function MultiPro™ Tailgate for loading and unloading versatility and ease of bed access. The Ram 1500 offers a similar a split-folding tailgate with four configurations.
  • The Sierra has more front legroom and headroom to ensure driver comfort and a better ride.
  • GMC Sierra immerses passengers with a Bose® Premium Series system. while Ram has the Harman Kardon® Premium Audio System.
  • The GMC has Best in Class Torque at 430 lb-ft so you and your new Sierra can really put in the work.
  • The GMC Sierra 1500 has a higher resale value versus the Ram 1500. Looking at the 5-year depreciation rate for both models, the Ram 1500 loses 35.2 percent of its value and the GMC Sierra 1500 loses 30.7 percent of its value.
  • The GMC Sierra also has higher quality and reliability marks than the Ram 1500.


Because these trucks share the parent company GM, many think that they are identical. Both offer similar interior options, performance capabilities, power and technology, but there are some differences.

  • While the Sierra 1500 costs a bit more than the Silverado 1500, it offers an upgraded design, exclusive technology features, and more.
  • While Chevy Silverado has  nine trim levels, ranging from the basic work truck to the luxury-like High Country trim. The GMC Sierra typically houses more refined interiors, has more tech options, and comes with advanced comfort features such as massaging seats.
  • GMC crew cab with a standard box has 4×4 standard, and Chevy Silverado is similarly equipped with a 4WD standard.
  • Typically, Chevrolet Silverado is considered the workhorse while GMC Sierra has an attitude of more refinement.


Both the GMC Sierra and the Toyota Tundra are bold trucks with stylish silhouettes, however, GMC offers a few advantages.

  • In the cabin of the trucks you will find a 15-inch head-up display on the GMC Sierra 1500 and a 10-inch head-up display on the Toyota Tundra.
  • Sierra has a payload max capacity of 2,190 lbs. Toyota Tundra reports a max payload capacity of 1,940 lbs.
  • Both Sierra and Tundra offer a 12-speaker sound systems with a Bose® Premium Series system on the Sierra 1500 and a JBL® system on the Tundra.
  • The new GMC Sierra has the Six-Function MultiPro™ Tailgate; while the Ford has the Pro Access tailgate. Toyota Tundra has a standard tailgate.
  • Sierra offers a more roomy cabin than the Tundra for all occupants’ comfort while they drive or ride.
  • While it is a very close comparison, GMC Sierra 1500 retains 0.3 percentage more of its value and has a higher resale value versus the Chevrolet Silverado 1500.
  • These trucks have very similar quality and safety ratings for your peace of mind.


Both the GMC Sierra 1500 and the Ford F-150 trucks offer efficient power and dynamic performance.

  • The GMC Sierra offers a larger standard box size at 5’8″ versus the Ford F-150 with only 5’5″ of length.
  • GMC Sierra 1500 offers best in class crew cab capacity over all other half-ton gasoline and diesel powered pickups.
  • While both trucks offer great connectivity and modern infotainment systems, the digital display in the Sierra 1500 includes and available 13.4″ touchscreen infotainment screen and an available 15″ heads up display, both of which are larger than that of Ford.
  • Both trucks have multifunctional tailgates that allow for ease of access and loading or unloading. The Sierra has the Six-Function MultiPro™ Tailgate; while the Ford has the Pro Access tailgate.



  • The GMC Sierra 1500 has the advantage in the areas of reliability, resale value and overall quality score over the Nissan Titan.
  • The GMC Sierra 1500 retains 5.1 percentage more of its value and has the advantage of higher resale value when compared to Nissan Titan.
  • When comparing crash test ratings from NHTSA, the GMC Sierra 1500 has higher safety ratings than the Nissan Titan, with an average rating of 4.31 out of 5 Stars compared to 4 out of 5 Stars.
  • Both trucks have available 12-speaker premium sound system options. The Titan has a Fender® Premium Audio System, and the GMC has the Bose Premium Audio system.

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