Aggressive and powerful, the GMC Sierra 1500 has been a popular choice for pickup drivers for years. The impressively powerful design and eye-catching details have always stood out from the competition. Today, we'll compare the 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 and 2016 Chevy Silverado to give you a better idea of what separates the two. We want to help you make the best choice possible on a new pickup truck that will do the hard work for you, and look good at the same time.
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|2016 GMC Sierra 1500||VS||2016 Chevy Silverado|
|4.3-Liter V6||Base Engine||4.3-Liter V6|
|285 HP||Horsepower||285 HP|
|Yes||First-Row LCD Screen||Yes|
Looking at the exterior of the 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 and the 2016 Chevy Silverado, it's easy to see the modern appeal in the body design and grille. The chrome and black details on the front of the Chevy create strong horizontal lines and emphasize the wide stance. The taller chrome grille and outlined headlights on the Sierra give the impression of a taller wheelbase. Both trucks offer a tough and aggressive feel, but the style and luxury of the GMC stands ahead of the Chevy. Under the hood of the Sierra and the Chevy, you'll find a 4.3-liter V6 engine that offers 285 horsepower. Tough jobs are easy with such a hardworking engine, but only the GMC Sierra offers the Denali trim with the highest level of luxury to go alongside the versatile power.
Looking to the interior, both trucks are similar in the number of convenience features available. Both the GMC and the Chevy offer a first-row LCD screen and high-quality audio system for your convenience and enjoyment. Optional Bluetooth compatibility makes it easy to make hands-free phone calls or connect smartphone devices to your truck's infotainment system. The GMC Sierra 1500, unlike the Chevy, offers a Denali trim pickup with overwhelmingly comfortable luxury throughout the interior. Features inside the Denali trim include a DVD entertainment system, Bose audio, leather seating, a voice-activated navigation system, and 3 total interior LCD screens.