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2020 GMC Sierra HD AT4 Images and Details

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John Goreham
Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com
1-23-2019

If you have not started with our prior story today on the all-new 2020 Sierra HD it may make sense to do so. This post picks up from there and highlights just the AT4 trim line of the new Sierra HD. 

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The all-new 2020 Sierra Heavy Duty AT4 expands on the GMC AT4's reach with a distinctive off-road identity for the new Sierra HD. Distinguished in its dark chrome exterior finishes and front and rear bumpers and a grille surround finished in body color, the AT4 has its own style. The grille design is also bolder than on the other HD trims, and is finished in black chrome and set off by the AT4's distinctive red vertical recovery hooks.

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The interior continues the AT4-specific darkened trim, including dark-tinted and textured aluminum finishes on the steering wheel, center stack and sill plates, as well as a unique Jet Black interior with Kalahari color accents in the seats and live stitching. AT4's leather seating has mini-perforated inserts and embroidered AT4 badging on the headrests, along with standard all-weather floor liners.

 

The new Sierra AT4 Heavy Duty's unique suspension and supporting technologies enable its off-road capabilities. Features include:

Off-road suspension, Rancho Shocks, skid plates, Eaton locking rear differential.
Eighteen-inch wheels wrapped with Michelin all-terrain tires, with 20-inch wheels available.
Traction Select System with specific Off-Road mode.
Hill Descent Control and Hill Start Assist.
Segment-exclusive 15-inch diagonal Head-Up Display with Off-Road Inclinometer.
HD Surround Vision for low-speed views of vehicle surroundings.

 

 

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Nicest looking HD truck on the market right now imo, the Fords lol i don't care what they can do when it has a face so ugly you would have to drive the thing backwards to not be embarrassed. The Dodge is blah, the Silverado is as ugly as the Ford and kind of look alike, so clearly GMC wins this segment hands down in my book. Only thing i don't care much for are the marker lights above the wheel wells but certainly not a deal breaker.

 

And god dammit i wish gm would go back to Bilstein shocks and toss these rubbish Ranchos!

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YUP!  This thing is the CHIT!

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Oh HELL YES!

 

Getting lottery ticket now....

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Starting at a cool house mortgage price of atleast $75,000 I bet lol.

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Yep ... and  the minute it's out of warranty, have fun when all those electronic goodies fail.

 

I'd be willing to bet every module in that thing is over 4 figures ... and made in Thailand.

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Looks really nice. Probobly not affordable.. Maybe if you are in sales and get a company stipend for payments. 

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Looking at the dash board again, I don't know what all the fuss is about.

It looks clean, organized and calm.

I said it somewhere else already, the more I look at the 12" screen in the RAM the more it looks out of place.

 

so long

j-ten-ner

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Very Nice. Maybe I will have to give my Base CCLB to the workers and upgrade to a AT4 HD. Although it killed me to fork over $50k CAD for my current 2018 2500, this in a Diesel will likely run $85,000 CAD before taxes and the $2k they want for delivery these days. Amazing truck, but don't think I will be kicking your door down to get at one anytime soon GM. Maybe when your pricing comes back down to earth. 

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Is it just me or do others see a bunch of Ram characteristics? Especially the grill.

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4 hours ago, Bandit33x said:

Is it just me or do others see a bunch of Ram characteristics? Especially the grill.

It's just you.

 

so long

j-ten-ner

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Is it just me or would the grill surround look better in white (body color) instead of the black? Kinda like the 1500. In my mind it does. Someone should photoshop that. 

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