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There are some tough trucks on Anoka roads, but which one’s the most driveable? You’ve probably seen a lot of 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500 and 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 on the road, and for good reason — they both offer plenty of power while being a great ride. With both models being built by General Motors, you might think they’re essentially the same vehicle, but this is far from true! See how the Silverado vs. Sierra varies with Cornerstone Chevrolet in our new Chevrolet Silverado 1500 vs. GMC Sierra 1500 comparison.
Whether you’re truck shopping for your job site in Elk River or for taking on weekend adventures in Coon Rapids, we know you don’t want to overspend. When you compare the Silverado vs. Sierra in terms of the price range, you’ll find that the Silverado is a more affordable option, saving you over $10,000 when comparing the top tier trim levels:
You get what you pay for, right? Not always. While the GMC Sierra costs more, you’ll find in GMC Sierra vs. Chevy Silverado that their base-level engine options are identical — a 4.3L V6, generating 285 hp and 305 lb-ft of torque. Both trucks can tow a maximum of 13,400 pounds, too. If you’d like more engine options the Silverado offers more variety with five engine choices, compared to Sierra’s four.
The Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 both offer plenty of standard amenities that make your Rogers drive comfortable and convenient. They both include:
Now that you’ve examined GMC Sierra vs. Chevy Silverado, Cornerstone Chevrolet would love to help you see everything our Silverado 1500 inventory has to offer in person. Visit us or contact us to schedule your test drive! Save even more money with our great new vehicle specials!