2019 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE Turbo Double Cab Review & Changes – Additional variants of the most recent GMC Sierra 1500 have been showing up on the road. The latest one is the SLE version, and this one reveals off the Double Cab body for the first time.
The only camouflage for this truck is a small area on the front fender that conceals the powertrain badge, and this is a wonderful opportunity to verify out this more basic trim of the pickup. For case in point, the grille is a lot less elaborate with this model than on the Denali or AT4 versions. This test mule has a basic chrome rear bumper, and there’s single exhaust back there. The wheels about this one seem a lot smaller than the 22-inch pieces on the Denali and SLT.
The Double Cab body on this test mule equips the pickup with four doors, but the ones in the rear are shorter than on the larger Crew Cab variant. For those who hardly ever bring residents in the back, the Double Cab format becomes them a truck that typically is less expensive compared to the Crew Cab.
We could see even more Sierra variants under development just before the pickup technically goes on selling this slip. Up to now, GMC confirms the access of the range-topping Denali, SLT, and off-road-all set AT4 versions. Spy shots also show the lifestyle of the SLE Crew Cab (gallery earlier mentioned) and Elevation Edition.
At launch, the Sierra 1500 will be available with at least two engines. A 5.3-liter V8 produces 355 horsepower (265 kilowatts) and 383 pound-feet (519 Newton-m) of torque, and a 6.2-liter V8 has 420 hp (313 kW) and 460 lb-ft (624 Nm). A 3.0-liter inline-six turbodiesel will become a possibility afterward, and there’s the probability that the Chevrolet Silverado’s freshly exposed 2.7-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 310 hp (231 kW) and 348 lb-ft (472 Nm) might be available.