2014 GMC Sierra Gets New Design for McKenzie Buick GMC

McKenzie Buick GMC is eagerly awaiting the reveal of the all-new 2014 GMC Sierra this December.

Online PR News – 27-October-2012 – Milton, FL – McKenzie Buick GMC is pleased to announce that GM will be completely redesigning the Sierra for the 2014 calendar year. This will be the first redesign since 2006. This full-size pickup, along with the newly redesigned Chevrolet Silverado, will be revealed at an undisclosed location in Detroit on December 13 of this year.

Public viewings will begin in January of 2013 when the full-size truck will be displayed at the North American International Auto Show. Sometime later in the year, as of now unspecified, the GMC Sierra will hit dealership showrooms across the country, including McKenzie Buick GMC.

As of now, the new designs are masked in secrecy. Speculation varies from theorist to theorist about almost everything—including possible new technology packages, powertrains, interior and exterior designs, etc. One theory is that much of the technology used for the new C7 (2014 Corvette) engine will also make appearances in the engine of the Sierra. (The C7 will sport a Gen V small-block V-8 engine.) But this is only guesswork; not even McKenzie Buick GMC knows the details!

While you wait, head down to McKenzie Buick GMC today and check out our extensive inventory of trucks and other vehicles. And don’t forget to keep connected with all the updates regarding the all-new 2014 GMC Sierra by liking McKenzie Buick GMC on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/mckenziemotors and by following along on Twitter at http://twitter.com/McKenzieBuickGM.

About McKenzie Buick GMC
McKenzie Buick GMC is located in Milton, FL and has been proudly serving the Milton and Pensacola areas for years. McKenzie offers new and pre-owned vehicles at low prices and with superior customer appreciation. At McKenzie, the goal is to make the car buying experience easy and enjoyable so that the customers are smiling on the way in and as they drive out.