The 2013 Sierra 1500

The 2013 Sierra 1500 is available at an Atlanta car dealership near you. This state of the art pick-up truck is a bold, full size truck with plenty of great features and lots of raw power. GMC has worked hard to design a vehicle that will be perfect for you, whether you are looking to haul a load of farm equipment or simply taking your boat down to the lake for a relaxing day of fishing. Whatever your plans, the 2013 Sierra 1500 is sure to be able to handle whatever you throw at it. There are plenty of different sizes and models of the Sierra 1500 to suit anyone’s needs and desires.

Silverado 1500

With a 195-horsepower, 4.3-liter V-6 engine the basic model of this powerful truck has the same towing capacity as any similarly sized truck. It has a four speed engine, which can help you meet all your towing needs. The options only get better from their. Several mid sized models are available with a 302-hp 4.8-liter V-8 and the same 4 speed engine. For even more power and towing capacity, buyers can choose a flex-fuel 5.3-liter V-8. This is the most popular, best selling model of the 2013 Sierra 1500, and it is easy to see why.

Other features that come standard on the 2013 Sierra 1500 include back cab seating in addition to the driver and passengers seats upfront. This means that in addition to all of its towing and hauling capacities the Sierra 1500 is able to seat up to 5 people, meaning there is plenty of the room for the whole family for a trip to the grocery store, out camping or anywhere you need to go.

The Sierra 1500 also come in a hybrid model which is great news for anyone who is concerned about the environment and the rising price of gas. The hybrid can run on battery power alone for up to 25 miles, which greatly increases the gas mileage of the vehicle.

Head into your local Southtowne GMC Buick dealer in Atlanta to check out the 2013 Sierra 1500 or any other of the many different makes and models we offer.

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