Temecula residents looking to get the most out of a truck should consider choosing a heavy-duty pickup like the GMC Sierra HD. Powerful engines, greater capabilities, and tougher durability are a few benefits of driving a heavy-duty truck — not to mention the style and smarts that come with driving a GMC.
The GMC Sierra HD has both gas-powered and diesel V8 engine options, which generate extraordinary torque and horsepower. Diesel is the way to go to maximize your heavy-duty truck’s power. The Sierra HD’s 6.6-liter V8 Duramax® turbo-diesel engine achieves an impressive 910 lb-ft of torque and 445 horsepower.
Paired with the Allison® 10-speed automatic transmission, the mighty diesel engine optimizes performance and makes hauling your RV or boat through the rolling hills of southern California easy. When properly equipped, the 2022 GMC Sierra 3500 HD can tow up to a whopping 36,000 pounds.
A larger payload capacity is another benefit of driving a heavy-duty truck. The Sierra 2500 HD maxes out at 3,862 pounds of payload while the Sierra 3500 HD is capable of carrying up to 7,442 pounds.
To support an increased hauling capability, heavy-duty trucks are designed with a stronger frame and chassis than smaller trucks. Additional benefits include sturdier axles, brakes, and suspension systems, which help to enhance durability when hauling heavy equipment over extended periods.
 Requires properly equipped 3500 HD Regular Cab Long Box 2WD DRW with available Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8, Max Trailering Package and gooseneck hitch. Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the Trailering section of the Owner’s Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.
 Requires properly equipped 3500 Regular Cab DRW Long Box 2WD model with 6.6L gas V8 engine. These maximum payload ratings are intended for comparison purposes only. Before you buy a vehicle or use it to haul people or cargo, carefully review the vehicle loading section of the Owner’s Manual and check the carrying capacity of your specific vehicle on the label on the inside of the driver’s door jamb.