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Two weeks ago, we drove the fourth generation, 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and wrote about its new frame, body, and engines. There are also new towing convenience features that even includes an app, which we used by pulling a 6,000-pound trailer around the Wyoming countryside, outside of Jackson. Overall, we liked the truck and respected just how many different ways you could have one equipped. 

For us to review the GMC’s new full-size pick-up in the same way would require us to repeat ourselves quite a lot as the Sierra receives the same new frame, engines, and body. There are differences and Denalis, so that’s the direction we’re headed. Just know that if you’re a GMC loyalist, but prefer something closer to the Silverado work truck, GMC does build that and will happily sell you one.

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Aside from different styling and feature packages and things like that, there are three things only available on the Sierra you should know about. GMC exclusively offers the MultiPro tailgate, CarbonPro cargo box and adaptive ride control adjust dampers. The latter two are only available on the Denali, the fancy tailgate requires buying the SLT trim level and above.