About This Vehicle
Tough enough for work duty, smooth enough for daily driving; available luxury features; towing capability.
The GMC Sierra 1500, which was completely redesigned a year ago, sees little variation for the 2008 model year. The color palate has a few new choices, six-way power seat adjusters are available on SLE trim, and satellite radio is standard across the board. The uplevel LTZ trim no longer includes a universal home remote or rain-sensing windshield wipers.
The 2008 GMC Sierra 1500 is a half-ton pickup for those who really work their truck. There is an enormous selection of cabin, bed, and engine sizes, in addition to a range of trim levels and load capabilities from which to choose. GM claims their 1500 pickups have the highest tow rating among light-duty trucks (up to 10,500 pounds), and class-leading V8 fuel economy of up to 20 mpg, which make the...
The most striking feature of the 2008 Sierra 1500, which GMC completely redesigned a year ago, is the interior. The new cabin offered on the top SLT trim is similar to that currently offered on GM's full-size sport-utility vehicles such as the GMC Yukon and offers standard luxury features like power heated front leather seats, six-disc CD/MP3-capable audio system, satellite radio, and heated...