Gear Up Because These Cars Announced For 2020 Will Blow Your Mind

Published on 01/13/2020
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Are you a car enthusiast or someone who enjoys hearing about high-tech masterpieces? If this is the case, you better get ready for what we are about to show you! We are here to show you the new cars announced for the upcoming year. These cars are mostly updated iterations of old models, but there are also ones that are fresh off the line. They would not come cheap, so find out if they are worth it!

Gear Up Because These Cars Announced For 2020 Will Blow Your Mind

Gear Up Because These Cars Announced For 2020 Will Blow Your Mind

Buick Encore GX

General Motors is one of the most famous automakers in America. Known for filling spaces in the lineup, they always put out new models and designs. The 2020 Buick Encore GX offers new twin 3-cylinder engines, 5,000 rpm, 137 hp, and 166 lb-ft of torque. The engine has European origins as compact cars are popular across the pond. If you have one, know that you will have a rare car in the US. You can get one for around $29,000!

Buick Encore GX

Buick Encore GX

Porsche Taycan

Porsche is now synonymous with luxury. Construction of the Taycan was slated to start in September 2019, so it was done earlier than the others on the list. The automaker wants to limit environmental impacts with it, so it will use renewable electrical energy and biogas. There will be two types: one with 616 hp and another with 671 hp. It is being built at a new location – the Zuffenhausen plant was made specifically for the construction of this vehicle! The predicted cost is set at $150,900.

Porsche Taycan

Porsche Taycan

Ford Escape

Ford is a classic American automaker known for its signature vehicles. No doubt, the reliable Ford Escape is among the most popular model it has ever released. It is getting serious updates in 2020. The new Ford Escape is sleeker in terms of both construction and appearance. It boasts of 180 to 250 hp and a 1.5-L 4-cylinder engine. It has 8-speed automatic or continuous variable transmission. At $24,885, it sounds like a reasonably-priced update to us!

Ford Escape

Ford Escape

Volvo Polestar 1

The Polestar 1 is a completely new product from Volvo. Part of the solo performance brand, the hybrid is the first of its kind. It comes with a carbon-fiber body and an all-wheel drive. It will guarantee 591 hp and more than 700 lb-ft of torque. This vehicle will also be solely reliant on rear-wheel drive. The battery is 34 kW and is said to get you 93 miles of driving on electric power when it is fully charged. If you want one for yourself, get ready to shell out approximately $155,500 for it.

Volvo Polestar 1

Volvo Polestar 1

Cadillac XT6

Cadillac is another luxury car brand! The XT6 is an addition to their lineup that would not disappoint. This car is rated highly by consumers. It is more compact than the Escalade, which is probably the most famous model by the automaker. This is a three-row crossover with seating capacity for seven people. It can be thought of as the Caddy SR6 successor and has been compared to the Lincoln Aviator. It will give you 310 hp. The price tag for this sweet ride will be around $52,695.

Cadillac XT6

Cadillac XT6

Mini Cooper SE

The Mini Cooper SE is one groundbreaking product from this automaker. This is the first mass-produced electric car released by the company! The public heard about the electric mini concept in 2017, so this is 3 years in the making. It has 181 hp that powers the front wheels as well as a range of nearly 170 miles. It has regenerative braking and one-pedal driving as well. In comparison with the Mini Cooper S, it has more heft, a lower center of gravity, and 300 pounds more on it. Its price is predicted to be $38,000.

Mini Cooper SE

Mini Cooper SE

Ford Explorer

The Explorer is yet another Ford classic. The 2020 update has nearly 90 cubic-feet of boot space as well as a towing capacity of 5,600 lbs! The dimensions would be 199” L x 79” W x 70” H. Its engine is a 2.3-L 4-cylinder, but you may also opt for the V-6 in 3-L or 3.3-L. Even though it is bigger, the gas mileage is not bad. You get 27 mpg/city and 29 mpg/highway. Consumer reviews claimed that it drives well and has retained many of the class attributes of older versions. Its predicted cost is $36,675.

Ford Explorer

Ford Explorer

Hyundai Palisade

The 2020 Hyundai Paisada has been named a CNET “Top Safety Pick Plus” and won the IIHS TSP+ Award thanks to its extra headlights. The car boasts of a 1,650 lbs towing capacity and a seating capacity of 8 people. The gas mileage is 19 mpg/city and 26 mpg/highway. This is the ideal car for folks who prioritize safety as we all should! This large car did well on safety tests, with one major car review resource claiming that it “crushed” the crash course and safety exams. It goes for a reasonable $31,550 as well!

Hyundai Palisade

Hyundai Palisade

McLaren GT

The construction of the 2020 McLaren GT was announced during a recent auto show in Geneva. It is thought to be a departure from the hierarchy of the automaker, with experts dubbing it a “supercar.” It is a front-engine classic with 15 cubic-feet of rear storage. It comes with a zero-to-60 time of only over 3 seconds. The top speed is an incredible 203 mph. McLaren has previously taken advantage of the GT branding, but it is less of a sports car and more of a muscle car. It will retail for $210,000 or so.

McLaren GT

McLaren GT

Kia Soul EV

The 2020 Kia Soul EV is going to appeal to eco-conscious consumers. This funky car has a boxy body and even comes in lime green! It is right on the heels of the 3rd generation 2020 Kia Soul. The battery-powered Soul EV comes with more power, new safety features, and a higher range. Its zero-to-60 time is 7 seconds. It comes with the utility of gas-powered Soul models but is better for the earth. Despite its boxy body, it is not oversized at only 165 inches in length. It will be available for $35,000.

Kia Soul EV

Kia Soul EV

Jeep Gladiator

The 2020 Jeep Gladiator is a rugged and capable midsize pickup truck. It boasts of a 4,500-lbs towing capacity and a gas mileage of 16 mpg/city and 22 mpg/highway. The monster of a car is great if you want to venture outside the typical Chevy or Ford pickup options. The Gladiator still carries the trademark Jeep design, which means it has a boxy front and a shorter backend. It comes with Tru-Lok locking, a TrailCam Off-Road Camera, and FOX shocks. If you are interested, it will cost you $79,900.

Jeep Gladiator

Jeep Gladiator

Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

The Ford Mustang must be one of the most iconic vehicles America has ever produced. This 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 is the most powerful thing the automaker has ever created. It has a V-8 5.2-L engine under the hood. It will give you more than 700 hp and 6 heat exchangers below the bulged hood to keep the car cool. The coupe has a 7-speed dual automatic clutch similar to the GT supercar. This ride can cover a quarter of a mile in below eleven seconds. It will be up for sale at $73,995.

Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

Kia Telluride

US News said that the 2020 Kia Telluride is #1 when it comes to midsize SUVs in the US. This update comes with lots of tech upgrades and a more spacious exterior. It has a V-6 3.8-L engine with 291 hp as well as 262 lb-ft of torque. It has an 8-speed auto transmission and a zero-to-60 time of just over 7 seconds. You can get an all-wheel drive too. It has a “sport mode” that will make the torque split between the rear and front wheels. It has a predicted retail price of $31,690.

Kia Telluride

Kia Telluride

Electra Meccanica Solo

The new Electric Meccanica Solo is quite unusual. CEO Jerry Kroll said it is a “Disney ride that escaped.” It only comes with 3 wheels, which makes it look quite odd. It is not the first car to do so, but it is the first American one. It comes with a 3-point seatbelt and smaller cabin space. It has an electric motor and a digital screen. One tester said it was like playing an “Atari video game” from the ‘80s and compared it to an invention from The Jetsons. You will be able to get one from $15,500!

Electra Meccanica Solo

Electra Meccanica Solo

Lincoln Corsair

This is one luxury car that lets you turn your phone into a car key. The luxury car will also have a panoramic roof and a wireless charging pad. It can seat 5 people with its 2 rows of seating. The towing capacity is pretty high at 2,000 lbs. You can choose between a 2.0 or 2.3-L 4-cylinder engine. It has a pleasant leather interior as well as high-tech features. The 2020 Lincoln Corsair will get a plug-in version to the hybrid, but this will probably not be available before 2021. It will go on sale for $35,945.

Lincoln Corsair

Lincoln Corsair

Cadillac CT4

The 2020 Cadillac CT4 is a new sedan from this luxury automaker. This compact car is set to arrive in early 2020. It comes with a 2.0-L turbo-4 engine as well as a 10-speed automatic. Meanwhile, you can also get the V Series Option with its 2.7-L turbocharged motor. This Caddy model is a replacement of sorts for the ATS-V that came out in 2019. It is preceded by the popular CT6-V that came out in 2019. This version offers an upgraded and new interior cabin. You will have to shell out $70,000 for it!

Cadillac CT4

Cadillac CT4

Lincoln Aviator

The 2020 Lincoln Aviator is a midsize SUV with a 3-L V6 engine and a seating capacity of 7. It will give you 400 hp and has been described to be an “all-American land yacht.” One publication, meanwhile, called it a sign of the return of “American luxury.” This comes with an 18 mpg/city and 26 mpg/highway, which fits its dimensions and size. It comes with adaptive pixel headlights as well. Its predicted cost is $51,100.

Lincoln Aviator

Lincoln Aviator

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

The Corvette is yet another famous American muscle car. This luxury vehicle has a max speed of 194 mph. It also has 490 hp and a curb weight of 3,535 lbs. The fuel tank capacity is 18.5 gallons. It is a C8 and had been a long time in the making. This is the first Corvette to come with a mid-engine! It made its debut in July 2019 and was well-received by the general public. It goes for $60,000.

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Hyundai Venue

The 2020 Hyundai Venue comes with a 1.6-L 4-cylinder engine and a 6-speed manual transmission or a CVT. This has a front-wheel drive and an engine that can grant you 130 hp. It has a combined fuel rating of 33 mpg as well. The EPA has not yet concurred with this assessment. It is a small and compact car that does not have a lot of competitors on the market. Its voice-controlled internet system and infotainment system already gave it pretty high marks! It goes for a reasonable $17,000.

Hyundai Venue

Hyundai Venue

Aston Martin Rapide E

Aston Martin is a luxury car brand that released its first electric production car with the Rapide E. It has 600 hp, which is the reason it has been called a “supersedan.” A full charge will take you 200 miles! They only built 155 units, so it is going to be very rare. Based on the Rapide sedan, it was made in collaboration with an engineering firm called Williams. It has an eye-popping asking price of $400,000.

Aston Martin Rapide E

Aston Martin Rapide E

Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport

The 2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport is great if you want a more compact version of the Volkswagen Atlas. It is a mini version of the three-row vehicle. This five-seater car went into production in late 2019 and looks like a coupe. It has a 276-hp V-6 engine like the full-size version. It has 2 electric motors that turn it into a plug-in electric car that will take you 26 miles when fully charged. It will go for $31,000.

Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport

Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport

Tesla Roadster

The 2020 Tesla Roadster has been dubbed the fastest car on the planet by the company. This “all-electric supercar” is a clear sign that it has not slowed down even though Elon Musk is no longer in charge. The new Roadster starts design in 2020, but the concept was announced back in 2017. It will have 620 miles of electric-only range, and people who saw the test drives said they were “dazzled” by its speed. You can afford to get one if you have $200,000 to spare!

Tesla Roadster

Tesla Roadster

Mercedes-Benz GLB

The Mercedes-Benz GLB is between the GLC and GLA classes for this automaker. It looks boxy like an SUV but is still a compact crossover. It comes with the brand’s trademark grille-mounted 3-point exterior. It also has a 2.0-L 4-cylinder engine with 221 hp and a zero-to-60 time of below 7 seconds. This car has an automatic dual-clutch transmission and a high-tech interior. It comes with 3 rows of seats and an awesome infotainment center as well! This will be available for $40,700.

Mercedes-Benz GLB

Mercedes-Benz GLB

Toyota GR Supra

This is a stylish sports car from the famous Japanese automaker. The Supra boasts of a 3.0-L 6-cylinder engine and 335 hp. It can reach 24 mpg/city and 31 mpg/highway. The curb weight is just below 3,400 pounds. It has 3 configurations: the 3.0, the 3.0 Premium, and the 3.0 Premium Launch Edition. It comes with a small cabin and lacks manual transmission but is still highly rated. It will go for around $49,990.

Toyota GR Supra

Toyota GR Supra

Land Rover Defender

Yes, the Land Rover Defender will get an update! The model aired during the 2019 Frankfurt fall motor show. It has temperature monitors, reinforced subframes, and more. It has not been sold in America since 1997, so this is very exciting. The car is set to debut in the next James Bond movie! It has an asking price of $50,000.

Land Rover Defender

Land Rover Defender

BMW 7 Series

Folks, the reviews are in. The 2020 BMW 7 Series is a winner already! It has a huge front grille that makes it stand out form old BMW models. It also has better lighting and extra chrome lining. It comes with an excellent revamped V-12 engine. The engine choices start at 375 hp, and the BMW can reach zero-to-60 in 5.3 seconds! This sweet ride can be all yours for a steep $86,000.

BMW 7 Series

BMW 7 Series

Lexus RC 350

Lexus decided to give the new RC 350 a bump in luxury and power this 2020. It borrows from its predecessor quite heavily, so you will love it if you like slick cars. The new model is 55 pounds lighter than the original, so the engine has more room for acceleration. A new aluminum suspension system and hollow axles supply additional torque, which compliments its chiseled exterior. It goes for $64,900!

Lexus RC 350

Lexus RC 350

Land Rover Evoque

The new Evoque goes to show the durable and sophisticated design of Land Rover units. The new 2020 model gets a lot of technical improvements and a narrow head-and-tail light system to amplify the signature look. Early reviews say that it did not improve visibility behind the wheel even though this is one hefty car. Still, it is nice to drive and steer thanks to improved handling and comfy interior. You can have one for $50,000!

Land Rover Evoque

Land Rover Evoque

Porsche 911 Carrera 4

The world-famous designs of Porsche are works of art. The 911 lives up to this reputation with its 3.0-L engine, four-wheel drive, and 379 hp. Fans of the older version will recognize the sporty interior right away since they are nearly identical. However, the new version will have a liquid-cooled clutch and supercharged power units that separate it from the old one. It is slated to have a price tag of $106,050.

Porsche 911 Carrera 4

Porsche 911 Carrera 4

Mercedes-Benz CLA

Mercedes-Benz truly did well with their CLA series. The 2020 model comes with improvements both inside and outside the car. This is reasonable since it is by far the most expensive car in the series! It has an overhauled engine sporting 302 hp. Aside from that, it is a gorgeous car with its classy finish and sleek design. If you want to upgrade to this baby this year, be prepared to spend $37,645.

Mercedes-Benz CLA

Mercedes-Benz CLA

Subaru Legacy

Released in 1996, the Subaru Legacy has not been redesigned until recently. The 2020 Legacy resembles the Accord and the Camry in some ways. However, it comes with a high-tech cabin, flared fenders, and adaptive cruise control. It also has lane departure warnings, lane centering, and auto-emergency brakes. You can choose between a 2.5-L, 182-hp engine or a 2.4-L, 260-hp. You can get one for $22,745!

Subaru Legacy

Subaru Legacy

Aston Martin DBX

The new DBX went into production near the close of 2019. This means that it will come out later in 2020 than the other models on the list. There is a lot we did not know about the car, but a reviewer did say it will be a “Lamborghini killer.” Built in Wales, it will come with twin turbo 4-L V-8s. It will have the same hybrid technology that the Mercedes-Benz does. Aston Martin has even called this SUV its most important car! Early photos showed that it has a patterned design and a customizable exterior. The predicted cost is, get this, $226,250.

Aston Martin DBX

Aston Martin DBX

Nissan Versa

The Nissan Versa is set to be one of the most economical new cars you will find on the market. Its build is comparable to that of the Toyota Yaris. While it is not as roomy as the old model, its exterior is wider and longer. It also rests 2.3 inches lower than its predecessor. You can pick from an S, SV, or SR trim. It has 15-inches steel wheels if you go with the S, but the SV does come with alloys, black mirror caps, bigger wheels, and LEDS. The models both have halogen headlights. It will have a price tag of $14,730.

Nissan Versa

Nissan Versa

Ford Bronco

The Ford Bronco will drop its new model this 2020 as well. In 1996, it got discontinued after sales went down after the 1994 OJ Simpson case. It was dropped from the lineup not long after that, but it looks like Ford is now ready to give it a comeback. The bestselling 4×4 vehicles of the past is quite similar to the Escape but considerably more rugged. With that said, Ford has been rather coy about details before its release. They only said that it is “back” and “badder than ever.” It will retail for $45,000.

Ford Bronco

Ford Bronco

Toyota Corolla

Expect the 2020 Toyota Corolla to come in more trims and colors than the older version. There is also a hybrid option available. This new version will have a roomier interior, good gas mileage, and a tank capacity of 13.2 gallon. You will get 31 mpg/city and 40 mpg/highway. You can choose between a 1.8-L 4-cylinder or a 2.0-L 4-cylinder engine. The horsepower ranges from 139 to 169 as well. It is comforting to hear that it earned a 9.8 out of 10 safety rating from US News. You can get one for $19,600!

Toyota Corolla

Toyota Corolla

Rimac C_Two

The Rimac C_2 is a completely electric hypercar. The test stats Rimac released earned critical acclaim. It boasts of an astounding 1,888 hp and 1,696 lb-ft of torque. It has a max speed of 256 mph and can go from zero to 60 in only 1.85 seconds. When fully-charged, this futuristic electric car will fetch you 404 miles, which is incredible for an electric car. The supercar looks sleek and appears to be something you see in a video game. With only 150 units made, you can buy this rare vehicle for $615,000.

Rimac C_Two

Rimac C_Two

Volkswagen Passat

The 2020 Volkswagen Passat might be similar to its 2019 predecessor, but the company has added some changes to this midsize sedan. It is equipped with 17-in alloy wheels, LED headlights, high-tech interior cabin specs, automatic braking, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. It gets 207 lb-ft of torque. Aside from these things, the cabin got an overhaul and now looks more like those found in classic Passats. You can also choose to add blind-spot monitoring, keyless entry system, lane-centering assistance, and adaptive cruise control. All of these things can be yours for $30,000.

Volkswagen Passat

Volkswagen Passat

Genesis GV80

The GV80 is the first luxury SUV made by Genesis. Hyundai first developed the Genesis sedan in 2000, but Genesis only became a standalone company in 2015. This SUV has been in talks since 2000, and it looks like 20 years of waiting paid off. You have the option of getting a 3.3-L V-8 or a 3.8-L V-6 engine. It was expected to debut during the Frankfurt Motor Show in fall 2019 but was also rumored to be introduced during the 2020 Chicago Auto Show. It is predicted to cost $66,000.

Genesis GV80

Genesis GV80

Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Here is another affordable car on our list! The Toyota Yaris Hatchback is a compact and practical car derived from the Mazda model. It comes in either a hatchback or a sedan version, but the one with L-trim is the cheapest. No matter which one you get, it will be equipped with 16-inch alloy wheels, a pre-collision system, keyless entry, and a touchscreen audio. The Yaris Hatchback, however, does not have the same 3-pedal configuration that the sedan did. It instead offers a variant of the LE and L models, both of which are manual. The 2020 Toyota Yaris Hatchback is expected to go for $18,705.

Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Toyota Yaris Hatchback

Jeep Wagoneer

The 2021 Jeep Wagoneer is going to make its debut this 2020. It has been in talks since 2014 when Jeep announced its ambitious 5-year plan. This model will have the same kind of chassis as the Ram 1500. On top of this, it will also retain the same tie-bars linking the bed to the back that will give it the sturdiness of an SUV. It has independent rear suspension and set to be made at the Mack Avenue facility. It will go for a steep $140,000!

Jeep Wagoneer

Jeep Wagoneer

Bentley Continental GT

The 2020 Bentley Continental GT comes with either a 12-cylinder or an 8-cylinder engine. It has a sleek and more refined exterior. The 2-door GT has been described to sound “like stabbing an elephant.” Both the V8 and V12 engines performed well during the testing, but the V8 was slightly faster and handled curves better. There were new improvements like updated electronics, a foldable touchscreen, and the eradication of the cowl shake when on rough pavement. It has a predicted cost of $201,225.

Bentley Continental GT

Bentley Continental GT

Volvo V60 Cross Country

The 2020 Volvo V60 Cross Country comes with a lifted wagon and a good alternative to those who want a Volvo but not an SUV. It clears the ground by 3 inches higher than older models and comes with an off-road drive setting. The grille and wheels are also sleeker. The interior is more or less the same except for the updated touchscreen tech. It is equipped with a 2.0-L, inline-4 engine that will give you 250 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. In the US, the only model available is the T5. It will retail for $45,100.

Volvo V60 Cross Country

Volvo V60 Cross Country

BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe

You can think of the BMW Gran Coupe as the 4-door luxury 8 series version of previous BMW Coupes. It comes with these dimensions: 200” L x 76” W x 55” H. The car comes with a cargo volume of 15 and a half cubic-feet. The inline 6-cylinder V-8 engine offers 335 hp. BMW says that its zero-to-60 time is just below 5 seconds. It is dubbed the “flagship” car of the automaker. The predicted cost is $84,900.

BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe

BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe

Mercedes-AMG GLC 43

The Mercedes AMG GLC 43 has received a minor facelift with the 2020 model. The revised car has new headlights, new taillights, and a Panamericana Grille. The oval quad outlets are unique to the 43 model. The interior also got revamped for better comfort. It also has a new steering wheel, a touchscreen a little bigger than 10 inches, and a high-tech interior. There are updated trim options as well! It boasts of a 9-speed auto transmission and a 3-L twin-turbo V-6 engine. It has a predicted cost of $60,495.

Mercedes-AMG GLC 43

Mercedes-AMG GLC 43

Chevy Silverado HD

The 2020 Chevy Silverado is a powerful truck that comes in a regular, double, or crew cab option. It has a towing capacity of 14,500 pounds and a payload of anywhere from 3,565 to 3,900 pounds. The engine comes in either a 6.6-L V-8 engine or a 6.6-L V-8 diesel engine. It is heavy-duty, only made even more powerful with this new update. It scored awesome zero-to-60 specs as well. It will go for $34,100.

Chevy Silverado HD

Chevy Silverado HD

Toyota Highlander

The new Toyota Highlander has a standard form and a hybrid premium model. Its standard form has a 3.5-L V-6 engine with 295 hp. Meanwhile, the hybrid powertrain is equipped with a 2.5-L 4-cylinder engine and 2 electric motors. It grants the driver 240 hp. The interior makeover is also notable. The L and LE models have bench seats both in the second and third rows. You can get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as an 11-speaker JBL audio system. It is predicted to go for $31,350.

Toyota Highlander

Toyota Highlander

Jeep Grand Cherokee

The Jeep Grand Cherokee has always been thought to be among the most reliable vehicles by Jeep. The 2020 iteration has an 8-speed automatic transmission, but it is also possible to go into manual mode. This midsize premium vehicle has a 3.6-L V-6 Pentastar engine with 295 hp. The heavy-duty SUV is a lot like the other Jeep SUVS but more compact. It also offers an alternative in the form of a 2.0-L 4-cylinder engine. It has gas mileage of 23 mpg/city and 31mpg/highway. It will go for $42,046.

Jeep Grand Cherokee

Jeep Grand Cherokee

Subaru Outback

The Outback is one of the most popular SUVs made by Subaru. It is pretty similar to the Forester but sleeker and more compact. This iteration is also similar to older models, although there are some remarkable improvements such as an all-wheel-drive, more powerful engines, and new interior tech. The 2020 Outback is the 6th generation of the vehicle, and Subaru spent a lot to see what customers wanted in an SUV. Its updated interior boasts of a number of new safety features. Its engine has also been revised a lot and only retained 10% of its parts. You can get a 2.4-L or 2.5-L engine to suit your preference. It is predicted to retail for $26,645.

Subaru Outback

Subaru Outback

GMC Sierra HD

The 2020 GMC Sierra HD is a truly heavy-duty pickup truck. It has a towing capacity of 14,500 lbs and a payload of anywhere from 3,614 to 3,900 lbs. You can choose between a 6.6-L V-8 engine or a 6.6-L V-8 diesel one. When it comes to the body style, the options are regular, double, or crew cab. This model is similar to the Denali and has been compared to the 2500 AT4 as well. The GMC Sierra HD has a three-quarter-ton 2500, one-ton 3500 dual rear wheels, and one-ton 3500 single rear. You will need to shell out around $35,600 for this sweet ride!

GMC Sierra HD

GMC Sierra HD

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