2020 GMC Sierra Heavy Duty: Purpose-Built to Trailer Like a Pro

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NEXT GENERATION 2020 GMC SIERRA HEAVY DUTY: PURPOSE-BUILT TO TRAILER LIKE A PRO

From conventional trailers to large fifth-wheel campers and nearly every trailer in between, the Next Generation 2020 Sierra Heavy Duty was designed to bring strength and innovative features to the trailering experience, providing both added control and confidence when towing.

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Whether you pull a conventional hitch utility trailer, a long gooseneck flatbed, or a fifth-wheel slide-out camper, you know that a truck’s physical capability is important – but you also know that control and confidence behind the wheel are equally crucial.

That’s why when GMC engineers set out to create the Next Generation 2020 Sierra Heavy Duty, they took a holistic approach to improving trailering. In addition to bolstering Sierra Heavy Duty’s physical strength and towing capacities, they paid equal attention to other systems designed to aid the driver when pulling a trailer.

"Over 90 percent of heavy duty pickup owners use their truck to trailer,” says Jaclyn McQuaid, Sierra Heavy Duty Chief Engineer. “To us, that was a call to not only create a stronger Sierra Heavy Duty – we had to create a smarter one. We had to create a heavy duty pickup that provides a truck that provides the perfect blend of physical ability and practical innovation."

STRONG TO THE CORE
Sierra Heavy Duty’s trailering prowess is what lies at its very core. The 2020 Sierra Heavy Duty is the most capable heavy duty pickup in the segment when it comes to trailering and towing (excluding other GM vehicles), offering a best-in-class maximum gooseneck trailering rating of up to 35,500 lbs – 52 percent greater than the outgoing 2019 Sierra HD model – and a gross combined weight rating (GCWR) of 43,500 lbs.

2020 SIERRA HEAVY DUTY – DIESEL MAX WEIGHT RATINGS

VEHICLE TRIM

CAB

GCWR (LBS)

CONVENTIONAL HITCH (LBS)

FIFTH WHEEL HITCH (LBS)

GOOSENECK HITCH (LBS)

MAX PAYLOAD (LBS)

2500 SRW

Reg

26,000

14,500

18,500

18,500

3,746

2500 SRW

Double

26,000

14,500

18,200

18,200

3,634

2500 SRW

Crew

27,500

18,500

18,500

18,500

3,615

3500 SRW

Reg

29,700

14,500

21,500

21,500

4,302

3500 SRW

Double

29,700

14,500

21,500

21,500

4,194

3500 SRW

Crew

29,700

20,000

21,500

21,500

4,148

3500 DRW

Reg

43,500

20,000

32,000

35,500

6,432

3500 DRW

Double

40,000

20,000

31,500

31,500

6,060

3500 DRW

Crew

40,000

20,000

31,400

31,400

5,944

2500 SRW REGULAR CAB

GCWR (LBS)

26,000

CONVENTIONAL HITCH (LBS)

14,500

FIFTH WHEEL HITCH (LBS)

18,500

GOOSENECK HITCH (LBS)

18,500

MAX PAYLOAD (LBS)

3,746

2500 SRW DOUBLE CAB

GCWR (LBS)

26,000

CONVENTIONAL HITCH (LBS)

14,500

FIFTH WHEEL HITCH (LBS)

18,200

GOOSENECK HITCH (LBS)

18,200

MAX PAYLOAD (LBS)

3,634

2500 SRW CREW CAB

GCWR (LBS)

27,500

CONVENTIONAL HITCH (LBS)

18,500

FIFTH WHEEL HITCH (LBS)

18,500

GOOSENECK HITCH (LBS)

18,500

MAX PAYLOAD (LBS)

3,615

3500 SRW REGULAR CAB

GCWR (LBS)

29,700

CONVENTIONAL HITCH (LBS)

14,500

FIFTH WHEEL HITCH (LBS)

21,500

GOOSENECK HITCH (LBS)

21,500

MAX PAYLOAD (LBS)

4,302

3500 SRW DOUBLE CAB

GCWR (LBS)

29,700

CONVENTIONAL HITCH (LBS)

14,500

FIFTH WHEEL HITCH (LBS)

21,500

GOOSENECK HITCH (LBS)

21,500

MAX PAYLOAD (LBS)

4,194

3500 SRW CREW CAB

GCWR (LBS)

29,700

CONVENTIONAL HITCH (LBS)

20,000

FIFTH WHEEL HITCH (LBS)

21,500

GOOSENECK HITCH (LBS)

21,500

MAX PAYLOAD (LBS)

4,148

3500 DRW REGULAR CAB

GCWR (LBS)

43,500

CONVENTIONAL HITCH (LBS)

20,000

FIFTH WHEEL HITCH (LBS)

32,000

GOOSENECK HITCH (LBS)

35,500

MAX PAYLOAD (LBS)

6,432

3500 DRW DOUBLE CAB

GCWR (LBS)

40,000

CONVENTIONAL HITCH (LBS)

20,000

FIFTH WHEEL HITCH (LBS)

31,500

GOOSENECK HITCH (LBS)

31,500

MAX PAYLOAD (LBS)

6,060

3500 DRW CREW CAB

GCWR (LBS)

40,000

CONVENTIONAL HITCH (LBS)

20,000

FIFTH WHEEL HITCH (LBS)

31,400

GOOSENECK HITCH (LBS)

31,400

MAX PAYLOAD (LBS)

5,944

Sierra Heavy Duty’s increased trailering strength stems not only from its all-new frame and an optimized body structure, but from new, robust driveline components, which are designed to accommodate the tremendous torque of the powertrain. Across the board, rear axles have larger, stronger components than ever before in order to both increase gross axle weight ratings (GAWR) and effectively deliver as much torque to the ground as possible. This upgraded driveline includes new, larger, more robust front and rear axles, a standard 11.5-inch ring gear on 2500HD models, and a massive 12-inch ring gear on 3500HD diesel models. Additionally, the Sierra 3500HD does not need to limit torque in first gear, allowing it to transmit all of its trailer-pulling power to the wheels from a standing start.

While the 2020 Sierra Heavy Duty offers powertrain advancements across the lineup, GMC’s legendary Duramax Diesel and Allison Automatic pairing continue to offer the ultimate in pulling power. The 6.6L Duramax turbo-diesel V8 delivers 445 hp and 910 lb-ft of torque.  Engineers worked to make this already powerful engine perform more efficiently by both increasing the cooling capacity by way of a larger radiator and fan, and by improving the air induction system. A dual-path intake system draws dense, cool air through both the hood scoop and the larger grille in order to optimize performance. Sierra Heavy Duty models equipped with the Duramax Diesel also feature an integrated engine after-run cool cooling function, which can continue to idle the engine after extended and exhaustive periods of use, allowing for proper cool-down of vital underhood components.

The new Sierra Heavy Duty marks the introduction of an all-new Allison® 10-speed automatic transmission – the first-ever Allison 10-speed automatic transmission offered in the heavy duty pickup segment. The new 10-speed transmission provides closer gear spacing than before, allowing the engine to operate in an optimal range at all times with varying load and terrain conditions.

The Duramax/Allison combination also incorporates an integrated engine exhaust brake, which leverages the engine’s backpressure and the Sierra Heavy Duty’s driveline components to help control the speed of the truck and trailer while descending, reducing the need to use service brakes on long, steep grades. The exhaust brake is also tied to the cruise control system, allowing a set speed to easily be maintained, even over hilly terrain.

INNOVATIVE AND EXPANDED PROGRADE TRAILERING SYSTEM

The Next Generation Sierra Heavy Duty’s available Prograde Trailering System builds off many of the innovative and advanced features introduced on the 2019 Sierra 1500, but scales them up, providing Sierra Heavy Duty drivers with tools and technologies that seamlessly improve the process of connecting and driving with a trailer.

ProGrade Trailering functions, accessible through Sierra Heavy Duty’s available infotainment system,  provides a number of unique features designed explicitly to improve the trailering experience, including

  • Trailer Light Test: There’s no need to find a helper to run through an external light test on your truck and trailer – just press a button on the screen, and the truck and trailer will run through a specific lighting sequence (i.e. apply brake lights, turn signals, etc.), making this a quick, one-person job.
  • Customizable Trailer Profiles: Once a trailer is connected, it can be saved as a stored profile within the app itself. These profiles can help keep track of trailer mileage, provide reminders of trailer maintenance intervals, and recall trailer brake controller gain settings, amongst other features.
  • Trailer Tire Pressure and Temperature Monitoring: After a set of RF wireless tire pressure sensors are installed on the trailer’s wheels, tire pressure and temperature information are relayed to the app screen, allowing the driver to easily monitor possible tire issues from the driver’s seat while driving.
  • Pre-Departure Checklists: Sierra’s infotainment screen provides a customizable step-by-step illustrated guide of the steps required to connect a trailer to the truck. For those new to trailering, these steps can be expanded to show clear, illustrated examples of what connections need to be made.
  • Trailer Theft Alert: To discourage trailer theft, if a trailer is disconnected while the Sierra is parked and locked, the truck’s alarm is triggered, flashing exterior lights and sounding the horn.

Many of these features are further enhanced by mobile access through the MyGMC mobile app. For instance, the pre-departure checklists are available for reference while the Trailer Light Test can be initiated from the MyGMC mobile app. And, with an active OnStar Safety and Security plan, you can be notified of the Trailer Theft Alarm by email or text once you enroll. Sierra Heavy Duty also introduces the ability to sync trailer status with the MyGMC mobile app, allowing you to view trailer data and information while away from the truck. Saved trailer profiles are also now sharable between different vehicles via the MyGMC mobile app, making it easier to share trailers with other drivers.

SMART TRAILER INTEGRATION

Another new feature GMC is developing is the new smart trailer integration, which is designed to work with ASA Electronics iN∙Command® control systems. The system is being designed to integrate with and be accessed through the myGMC mobile app, either on compatible Android and iOS smartphones, or on the vehicle’s infotainment system via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. The iNˑCommand® control system allows owners to monitor and control a range of smart systems, such as water tank levels, HVAC controls and even power slide-outs, in recreational trailers equipped with the technology.

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VISIBILITY WITH 15 CAMERA VIEWS

Drivers can easily keep tabs on their truck and trailer with up to fifteen different camera views – the most offered on any heavy duty pickup on the market. Key trailering views are quickly accessed through the infotainment system screen, and can remain visible even while the vehicle is in motion, providing a convenient aid that’s ready for the driver to use.

Perhaps the most innovative feature available on Sierra Heavy Duty is the new transparent trailer function. This industry-first technology works with box or camping trailers up to 32ˈ in length using a conventional hitch, and leverages the tailgate-mounted camera and an available auxiliary accessory camera mounted on the rear of the trailer (customer installed) to create a new view, which allows the driver to virtually “see through” the trailer. This new panoramic view lets the driver see the area behind the truck and trailer as if the trailer wasn’t there, helping illustrate objects and obstacles within the trailer’s blind spots.


A class-leading 15 unique camera views, including an industry-first transparent trailer view, optimizes the driver’s view around the truck and compatible trailers to provide added confidence when towing. The revolutionary transparent trailer feature uses the tailgated-mounted camera and an available accessory camera mounted on the rear of the trailer. The resultant display allows the driver to virtually see through the trailer, a benefit when navigating parking lots, merging into traffic or when making a tight turn.

Other available camera views include:

  • Hitch View provides a zoomed-in view of the receiver hitch for precise alignment when connecting to a trailer with a conventional hitch.
  • Bed View, uses a camera integrated into the center high-mounted stop lamp you can see inside the bed to help with fifth wheel hitching and to check on cargo while driving.
  • Standard Rear Camera View with available guidelines.
  • Front Camera View with available guidelines.
  • Surround View gives a top down “birds-eye” view of truck's surroundings.
  • Front Top-Down View provides a top-down view of your hood, bumper, and front tires for precise maneuvering, especially when parking next to curbs.
  • Rear Top-Down View shows the clearance between the truck bed and nearby objects.
  • Bowl View provides a rear-facing 3D surround view, giving a sense of the height of objects surrounding the vehicle, useful for low-speed backing maneuvers.
  • Front Side View shows the position of the front tires when parking or maneuvering in tight spaces.
  • Rear Side View shows the rear sides of the vehicle to help allow the driver to view objects near the vehicle.  When a trailer is connected, a view is provided with a rearward looking split of the left and right side of the vehicle and trailer.  While driving forward, the view will automatically shift to the left or right based on the position of the trailer. In addition, when a trailer is connected and a turn signal is activated, a view will be provided that shows a rearward view of the left or right side of the vehicle and trailer based on which turn signal was activated.
  • Rear Trailer View uses an available auxiliary accessory camera (customer installed) mounted on the rear of the trailer to show vehicles or objects behind the trailer.
  • Inside Trailer View lets the driver monitor trailer contents or cargo using an auxiliary accessory camera (customer installed) that can be mounted within the trailer.
  • Picture-in-Picture Side View combines the rear side view with the rear trailer accessory camera view.
  • Rear Camera Mirror, a dual-function mirror that can be used as a conventional rear-view mirror or as a camera-based rear-view mirror to help drivers see around potential vision obstructions. Compared to a traditional inside rearview mirror, this rear-view mirror display provides a wider, less obstructed field of view to assist when driving, changing lanes, and checking for vehicles and traffic conditions. It offers zoom and vertical tilt driver adjustments.

ADDITIONAL TRAILER-FOCUSED FEATURES
Other features on the 2020 Sierra Heavy Duty that are tailored for trailering include:

  • Unique Pickup Bed Design: Unique to Sierra Heavy Duty, this purpose-built box designed with lower bed sides than the previous 2019 Sierra HD in order to optimize clearance when towing gooseneck or fifth-wheel trailers. The bed floor height has also been lowered an inch to ease loading/ unloading cargo.
  • Available Fifth-Wheel/Gooseneck Prep Package: This package provides seamless integration of mounting points within the bed and chassis structures for a gooseneck ball or a fifth-wheel hitch, along with a 7-way trailer wire connector mounted within the bed itself.
  • Enhanced Trailering Mirrors: Large mirror glass elements improve viewing area, while careful design helps provide optimum forward visibility. Auto-dimming mirror glass for both driver and passenger-side mirrors – a segment exclusive – is available, as is power extend/retract and fold functionality. These mirrors are also available with puddle lamps, task lighting, and auxiliary lighting that helps to illuminate the sides of trailers.
  • Improved Exterior Auxiliary Lighting: Available exterior lighting can not only provide illumination down the side of the truck and at the rear of the truck, but also of the receiver hitch, aiding when connecting a trailer in the dark.
  • Auto Electric Parking Brake: To help with positioning, after backing up to a trailer hitch using Hitch View, Sierra Heavy Duty will automatically apply the parking brake upon shifting into park to avoid unintentional rolling.
  • Park Grade Hold Assist: This all-new function prevents movement when shifting out of park on a hill and moving a foot from brake to accelerator pedal by automatically applying brakes at each wheel for an extended period of time.
  • Trailering Info Label: This new label, placed within the driver’s door jamb, clearly calls out vehicle-specific weight information, including curb weight, GVWR, GCWR, maximum payload, maximum tongue weight, and rear GAWR.
  • Digital Variable Steering Assist: Standard and only available on SLT, AT4, and Denali Heavy Duty models, Digital Variable Steering Assist eases steering effort when maneuvering at low speeds, reduces the steering effort needed to return to center, and adapts to crowned road surfaces, reducing the need to correct steering over long stretches of uneven road, and provides added confidence when trailering.
  • Tow/Haul Mode: This setting alters transmission shift points to provide optimum performance while trailering. Additionally, Sierra Heavy Duty recalls when the setting is applied for up to four hours after initial use, eliminating the need to re-engage the system when returning from a brief stop on a long journey.
  • Trailer Sway Control: Sensors can detect a trailer starting to sway and systematically apply the truck's service brakes and, if properly equipped, the electric brakes on the trailer.
  • Auto Grade Braking: Automatically senses when the driver wishes to slow the truck and engages a grade braking shift pattern, which prioritizes downshifts in order to leverage engine braking.

The 2020 Sierra Heavy Duty will be available at GMC dealers starting late summer 2019. For more information, visit the Sierra Heavy Duty page, or sign up for updates and notifications.

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