Believe it or not, General Motors is celebrating their 100th Year Anniversary this year. In celebration of this achievement for the truck maker, GMC will be introducing two Heritage Editions of their popular models the Yukon and Sierra at the New York Auto Show, followed by availability from Ferguson Superstore located at 1501 N Elm Place Broken Arrow, OK 74012.
"Sierra and Yukon are two of our longest-running and most respected nameplates, so it makes sense to use them to represent our heritage," said Tony DiSalle, US vice president of marketing at GMC.1
Yukon Heritage Editions receive special badges and a SLT-2 equipment package with 10-way leather memory seats, power-operated lift gate, and heated side mirrors.
Heritage Editions of GMC Sierra also include special badges/floor mats/headrests, chrome trim, and 20-inch chrome-aluminum wheels. The model's Convenience package adds rear park assist, EZ-Lift tailgate, and rear-view back-up camera.
Heritage editions of GMC Sierra Crew Cab start at $33,960, and a GMC Yukon XL 3/4-ton comes in at $52,235. Heritage Blue paint can be added for $195, or White Diamond paint for $995.