What You Can Expect From GMC's 2020 Models
If you're looking for lease options on a GMC vehicle in the Bucks County area, we're the dealership you need to visit. Here at Faulkner Buick GMC Trevose, we're just as excited as you are when it comes to the updates GMC has made to make its upcoming lineup even better than ever. The 2020 GMC lineup includes:
● The Yukon
● The Terrain
● The Canyon
● The Sierra/Sierra HD
● The Acadia
The only one of these that doesn't appear to be getting any updates is the Yukon. The rest, however, will be more getting more high-tech and other exciting features:
The Terrain may be the smallest of these vehicles, but its trim levels are getting a big update: the introduction of the GMC Pro Safety suite. These active and passive safety aids include:
● Forward collision warning
● Automatic emergency braking
● Lane-departure warning
● Lane-keep assist
● Automatic high beams
● Following-distance indicator
Other features are available in an optional package:
● Adaptive cruise control
● Blind-spot monitoring
● Rear cross-traffic alert
● Rear parking sensors
● Haptic-feedback driver's seat
GMC has given the 2020 model of this midsize pickup a new standard feature called Tire Fill Alert. When you're filling a tire, this feature lets you know when a tire has reached its optimal pressure by giving you audio and visual indications.
The 2020 model also adds a Driver Alert Package with forward-collision warning and lane-departure warning.
The 2020 Sierra (including the Sierra At4 Heavy-Duty, pictured) gets a new 3.0-liter turbodiesel inline-6, along with the CarbonPro Edition's carbon fiber truck bed, previously available only with the AT4 and Denali trims. The Sierra 1500 will also have available adaptive cruise control.
Meanwhile, the frame of the Sierra HD has been strengthened, and it has a new 10-speed automatic transmission. This, in addition to its 6.6-liter Duramax diesel (445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque) enables the new Sierra HD to tow more than 15 tons.
Tech options include a backup camera and 15 selectable camera views. There's also a "Transparent Trailer" mode, giving you a previously impossible view of what's behind your trailer.
We've saved the Acadia for last because it's getting the most updates. Its appearance has been updated to be more rugged-looking from front to rear, and LED headlights are now standard. Under the hood, it has a new 2.0-liter turbocharged I4 (230 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque) with a new, standard nine-speed automatic transmission. The shift lever has been replaced with buttons. Tech-wise, it features an updated version of GMC's infotainment system.