Work Truck 4x2 Regular Cab 6.6 ft. box 119 in. WB
2009 GMC Sierra 1500

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Engine Engine 4.3LV-6
MPG MPG 15 City / 20 Hwy
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2009 Sierra 1500 Overview

The GMC Sierra was redesigned from the ground up in 2007 using proven powertrains.The 2009 model year brings minor refinements, a few additions, and new Hybrid and high-efficiency XFE models.

The Sierra is built on a stiff platform for a smooth ride and sharp handling.The GMC Sierra shares platforms with the Chevy Silverado but its exterior styling is quite different.

Sierra interiors offer a choice of two dashboard styles.The traditional layout, called pure pickup, has a driver-oriented dash layout with larger switchgear and door handles designed for work gloves.The pure pickup interior includes a 40/20/40 split front bench seat with the center section folding down to provide a large storage compartment and wide armrest.The other style in the luxurious Sierra SLT is similar to what's found in the latest luxury SUVs, with two front bucket seats separated by a fixed center console.This design places audio and ventilation system controls more easily within reach of the front-seat passenger, which may or may not be a spouse, and it offers a navigation system and storage compartments.

The new Sierra Hybrid uses GM's new Two-Mode Hybrid system first launched in the 2008 Yukon Hybrid.The Sierra Hybrid is a Crew Cab model with a specially tuned 332-hp 6.0-liter V8 working in conjunction with a battery pack and a four-speed automatic transmission that houses two electric motors.The Hybrid offers fuel economy ratings in the 20-22 mpg range, while compromising payload and tow capacity (maximum around 6000 pounds).

The 2009 GMC Sierra Denali makes for a comfortable, luxurious pickup with the emphasis on performance rather than payload and towing capacity.The Sierra Denali offers the same sort of high-line content as the upscale GMC Yukon Denali sport utility.Sierra Denali comes with all-wheel drive.

The 6.2-liter V8 used in the Denali is also available in regular trim Crew Cab pickups with four-wheel drive for more power and fuel consumption.

Sierra offers many permutations with a choice of cab styles and bed lengths, and nine engine choices (of five sizes).There are limitations however, such as the biggest engine is limited to Crew Cabs, the 6-liter does not go in regular cab or extended cab long bed trucks, and manual transmissions are not offered.
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2009 Sierra 1500 Overview

The GMC Sierra was redesigned from the ground up in 2007 using proven powertrains.The 2009 model year brings minor refinements, a few additions, and new Hybrid and high-efficiency XFE models.

The Sierra is built on a stiff platform for a smooth ride and sharp handling.The GMC Sierra shares platforms with the Chevy Silverado but its exterior styling is quite different.

Sierra interiors offer a choice of two dashboard styles.The traditional layout, called pure pickup, has a driver-oriented dash layout with larger switchgear and door handles designed for work gloves.The pure pickup interior includes a 40/20/40 split front bench seat with the center section folding down to provide a large storage compartment and wide armrest.The other style in the luxurious Sierra SLT is similar to what's found in the latest luxury SUVs, with two front bucket seats separated by a fixed center console.This design places audio and ventilation system controls more easily within reach of the front-seat passenger, which may or may not be a spouse, and it offers a navigation system and storage compartments.

The new Sierra Hybrid uses GM's new Two-Mode Hybrid system first launched in the 2008 Yukon Hybrid.The Sierra Hybrid is a Crew Cab model with a specially tuned 332-hp 6.0-liter V8 working in conjunction with a battery pack and a four-speed automatic transmission that houses two electric motors.The Hybrid offers fuel economy ratings in the 20-22 mpg range, while compromising payload and tow capacity (maximum around 6000 pounds).

The 2009 GMC Sierra Denali makes for a comfortable, luxurious pickup with the emphasis on performance rather than payload and towing capacity.The Sierra Denali offers the same sort of high-line content as the upscale GMC Yukon Denali sport utility.Sierra Denali comes with all-wheel drive.

The 6.2-liter V8 used in the Denali is also available in regular trim Crew Cab pickups with four-wheel drive for more power and fuel consumption.

Sierra offers many permutations with a choice of cab styles and bed lengths, and nine engine choices (of five sizes).There are limitations however, such as the biggest engine is limited to Crew Cabs, the 6-liter does not go in regular cab or extended cab long bed trucks, and manual transmissions are not offered.Hide Full Review