Engine Size 6.2 L
Monthly KM 3000
Weekly KM 800
Daily KM 200
Security Deposit 1500
Excess Claim 6000
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The GMC Sierra is a compact pickup truck that has been available since the early 2000s. The body of the Sierra is built on a ladder frame and is based on the GMT360 platform, which also underpins the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon.
The Sierra has a choice of two engines: a 6.2-liter V8 or a 4.8-liter V8 (both are gasoline-powered). Both engines are turbocharged; the V8 produces 345 hp (261 kW) and 380 lb-ft (518 N⋅m) of torque while the V8 produces 325 hp (242 kW), 369 lb⋅ft (515 N⋅m) of torque. The base engine is capable of towing up to 7,800 pounds (3,500 kg) which is best for a rental SUV. There are also hybrid versions available in some markets that use both gasoline and diesel fuel sources.
The interior of GMC Sierra has been designed to be comfortable and functional for both short trips and long journeys. There are two rows of seats, which can accommodate six people comfortably. There’s plenty of legroom for all occupants in both rows, as well as plenty of headroom for those seated behind the front row when they’re driving solo or with passengers in tow.
The rear suspension uses a solid axle with leaf springs at each side, while the front suspension uses independent MacPherson struts, with an anti-dive suspension. The wheelbase is 111 inches long, and the track width is 66.2 inches, giving GMC Sierra an overall length of 175 inches; this is about 5 inches longer than the Ford Explorer Sport Trac or GMC Acadia Denali Limited 4x4s.
The front grille is a composite of steel and aluminum. The hood and trunk are also made of aluminum. The plastic cladding around the windows is made of polycarbonate with a high-pressure laminate (HPL) film applied to it.
The maximum towing capacity for both engines is 10,700 pounds while payload capacity is 1,860 pounds for the diesel engine and 1,530 pounds for the gasoline engine when equipped with a towing package that includes trailer sway control and hill start assist.