2017 GMC Sierra vs. 2017 Chevrolet Silverado: Head to Head

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Chevrolet Silverado 1500 vs. GMC Sierra 1500: Battle of the Fraternal Twins

The Chevrolet Silverado and the GMC Sierra are General Motors’ full size pickup truck siblings. They are built on the same platform and share the same dimensions, curb weight, and drivetrains. The vehicles are much the same in many ways, however there are some key features that set them apart.

Chevrolet vehicles are generally less expensive and are geared toward the mass market. GMC vehicles are billed as more exclusive and are marketed toward professionals. The most obvious differences lie in the vehicles’ design cues. General Motors sells many more Chevrolet trucks and SUVs than that of GMC, likely due to the marginally cheaper price point and wider availability.

We compare them in detail using the data that drives U.S. News Best Cars’ scoring and rankings. Click through to learn what sets these siblings apart. 

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