The spray-on liner eliminates that factor and keeps your bed from getting scarred by after heavy use. GMC’s bed liner also features a near-adhesive texture, which keeps equipment from sliding around in the bed.
People who use trucks every day will appreciate these thoughtful updates. Driving through rural areas northwest of Boston, the Sierra received more thumbs-up from passing drivers than one could ever get for a new sportscar. That’s because pickup owners know that new trucks tend to address buyers’ needs, not wants. The lighter construction, more fuel-efficient V8 and jobsite-friendly features make the 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 just such a truck, fit for all theaters of work or play.
2014 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD Crew Cab SLT
Price: $43,125. As tested: $50,185. Fuel economy, EPA estimated: 16/22 (18 combined). Fuel economy, Globe observed: 17.8 mpg. Powertrain: 5.3L V8, 6AT, four-wheel drive. Body: Full-sized, four-door, light-duty truck.
Horsepower: 355. Overall length: 205.5–239 in. Wheelbase 119–153 in. Height: 73.7–74.2 in. Width: 80 in. Curb weight: 4,700–5,700 lbs.
Work/play needs have been considered at every angle; more fuel-efficient.
Parking in city may need to be followed by stiff drink or sedative.
THE BOTTOM LINE
Trucks have come a long way. The best Sierra yet.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Ford F-150, RAM 1500.