Go Off Road with the 2017 Sierra HD All Terrain X

2017 Sierra

Off-road enthusiasts will love the most recent addition to the GMC Sierra HD. The 2017 Sierra HD All Terrain X is a pickup that is ready to go off-road and follows in the footsteps of its half-ton cousin, the Sierra 1500 All Terrain X. The Sierra HD All Terrain X has many similar features to the Sierra 1500 with the improved towing, hauling, and other features of the Sierra HD.

Creating the Sierra All Terrain X

If you choose to buy a 2017 Sierra HD All Terrain X, you will be getting a 2017 Sierra 2500HD SLT with a Crew Cab, the All Terrain HD Package, and a few extras. Before you factor in the features specific to the All Terrain X version, this Sierra HD will already have a spray-in bedliner, heated steering wheel, park assist in front and rear, and leather seats. It also already includes the Off-Road Suspension package with its underbody skid plate, hill descent control, and twin-tube shock absorbers.

You actually can find all of the above features on any Sierra 2500HD configured with the All Terrain HD package. Because of this, GMC added a few unique features to the Sierra HD All Terrain, including 18-inch black wheels with on-/off-road tires from Goodyear DuraTrac. It also gets an exclusive bed-mounted sport bar, body-color door handles and grille surround, and black side steps.

Customizing Your All Terrain X

Just like every other GMC pickup, the Sierra HD All Terrain X will come with a few options for customization. You can choose if you want the exterior to be black or white. In either case, you will get black mirror caps, beltline moldings, and bumper trim. You also have the choice of two engines. You can go with the 6-liter V8 for 380 pound-feet of torque and 360 horsepower or the 6.6-liter Duramax turbodiesel V8 for 910 pound-feet and 445 horsepower.

The Sierra HD All Terrain X should be going on sale in the very near future, and the team at Chris Myers Buick GMC can give you the latest information. Visit our dealership today to be one of the first Daphne, Alabama, drivers to own this off-road-ready pickup.