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If you need a truck that delivers robust capability and advanced technology to your job site near Ohau, the 2021 GMC Sierra 1500 and the 2021 Chevy Silverado 1500 both deserve to be at the top of your list. But which light-duty truck is a better fit for your unique needs, as well as your budget? Compare the GMC Sierra vs. Chevy Silverado towing capacity, safety features, and more with Honolulu Buick GMC, and then check out the new models on our lot right now at our dealership!
Inside the GMC Sierra, you and your passengers will ride in comfort thanks to premium materials like a leather-wrapped steering wheel, chrome trim accents, and convenient cabin lighting. And that’s just the start: higher trims offer a wide range of upgrades and optional features, from heated front seats to leather upholstery. Still, choosing between Silverado or Sierra may well come down to personal preference. While the Silverado has many of the practical features that you need for your drives around Ewa Beach, the Sierra delivers a more refined driving experience. Here are just a few of the standard and available features you can expect inside the Sierra cabin:
Driving your Sierra around Waipahu, you can rest assured that you’re protected by advanced safety systems like Teen Driver tech and OnStar® Safety & Security, and a Pro-Grade Warranty. It’s also important to note that many of the Sierra’s most advanced safety features come standard on the base trim — while many of the same features will cost extra with a trim upgrade on the Silverado. The following features come standard on the base Sierra:
Now that you’ve compared the GMC Sierra vs Chevy Silverado specs, we think you’ll agree that it offers a more luxurious drive, more standard safety features, and an overall better value that the Silverado. Contact us at Honolulu Buick GMC to learn more about GMC Sierra heavy-duty models, customizing your Sierra with genuine GMC accessories, and more!