• Apr 9, 2010
General Motors has officially announced pricing for the 2011 Chevrolet Silverado HD and the 2011 GMC Sierra HD. Both trucks carry a base MSRP $27,965, though you'll have to tack on an additional $995 destination charge. If you want the 397 horsepower, 765 lb-ft of torque Duramax diesel engine and unstoppable Allison transmission option, GM will politely as you for an additional $8,395. The good news is that despite the powerplant's increase in power and fuel economy, the price has remained unchanged from the 2010 model.

For the first time ever, the "Professional Grade" model will be available with a Denali package. Priced at $45,865 including destination fees, the Sierra Denali HD will feature all of the luxury goodies and flashy trim of its less powerful brethren. Buyers who opt for the Denali package will only find the truck available with a four-wheel drive, four-door configuration.

Both the Chevrolet and GMC now feature a 20,000-pound towing capacity, which should be good enough to pull whatever your little black heart desires. Hit the jump for the press release.


[Source: General Motors]

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Chevrolet and GMC Announce Pricing for 2011 Chevrolet Silverado HD and 2011 GMC Sierra HD
2010-04-09

Detroit - Chevrolet and GMC announced today pricing for the 2011 Chevrolet Silverado HD and 2011 GMC Sierra HD. The Silverado HD and Sierra HD have best-in-class horsepower and torque, with improved Duramax diesel engine and Allison transmission.

Silverado HD base pricing starts at $27,965. An upgrade to the proven Duramax diesel engine and Allison transmission combination runs $8,395 – the same amount as in 2010, despite the significant improvements in fuel economy – including a highway cruising range of up to 680 miles; aforementioned increases in performance; and new B20 biodiesel capability.

The 2011 Sierra HD will have a starting price of $27,965, which excludes a $995 destination charge for the 2500 regular cab 2WD model. The Sierra Denali HD, the first offering of the exclusive Denali line on a heavy-duty GMC pickup, will start at $45,865, excluding destination.


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      • 4 Years Ago
      Ouch.
      • 4 Years Ago
      It's a deal compared to the big MasterCraft v-drive sitting on the trailer behind it. guessing that's a 225 or 235, maybe an X-series, prolly $55-75K sticker.

      Course you can finance a boat for a lot longer.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Wow, the Denali is a lot cheaper than I thought it would be. I'm guessing that's 45k without the Duramax + Allison Tranmission, meaning the fully loaded Denali will be closer to 53k. Still, that's not bad for what you're getting.
        • 4 Years Ago
        And why is that Foobar? This isn't 20+ years ago when trucks rode like crap and were uncomfortable to drive. These new trucks have a car like ride and all the creature comforts. Someone buying one of these trucks is likely going to use it as their daily driver, otherwise they would buy a bare-bones truck for 10-20k less.
      • 4 Years Ago
      If only gas were cheaper... I would totally get an HD...