GMC's High Sierra
The Good: Towing capacity; classy interior; smooth, quiet ride
The Bad: Price can really mount as you add options
The Bottom Line: A knock-'em-dead, heavy-duty pickup truck
The more I see of General Motors' (GM) new full-size pickup trucks—the Chevy Silverado and the GMC Sierra, the subject of this review—the more impressed I am. Skeptics are predicting that Toyota's (TM) redesigned Tundra is going to eat GM's lunch once Toyota expands its line to include heavy-duty models, but I'm not so sure. I just finished test-driving the Sierra 2500HD, and I think it's by far the best heavy-duty pickup truck on the market.
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