Oshawa, Ontario – GMC has announced that the all-new 2011 Sierra Heavy-Duty will start at $35,600 for the 2500 regular-cab 2WD model. The lineup will also include the first offering of the Denali trim line on a heavy-duty GMC pickup, starting at $59,210. The new models will begin arriving in dealerships this month.

GMC also said that the Duramax diesel powertrain and Allison transmission will offer best-in-class horsepower and torque, while also delivering significant improvements in fuel economy, noise and emissions. The diesel engine is an additional $9,670.

The Sierra HD also offers towing capacity of up to 9,863 kg (21,700 lbs) and payload of up to 3,015 kg (6,635 lbs), together with several features such as trailer sway control, a “smart” exhaust brake, and hill start assist.

The 2011 Sierra HD lineup now includes eleven 2500 HD models and eight single- or dual-wheel 3500 HD models offered in WT, SLE and SLT trim lines. The Denali is available as a 2500 HD or 3500 HD 4WD crew cab, including unique grille, body-colour bumpers, chrome accents, and 18- or 20-inch polished forged aluminum wheels.

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