The GMC Sierra 1500 benefits from more advanced technology features, including GM’s Rear Camera Mirror and a multicolor head-up display, two features you won’t find in the Chevrolet Silverado 1500.
Another difference between Chevrolet and GMC vehicles is quality control. According to It Still Runs: “It's common practice among modern auto manufacturers that have twin brands to do more quality control tests on each unit that reaches the end of the assembly line. While a Chevrolet pickup might receive a 60- or 100-point inspection before release, a GMC might have a 110-point inspection.” The more thorough the inspection, the higher the vehicle’s reliability, and the more valuable the vehicle will be.
So, if you’ve been thinking about buying a Chevrolet car or SUV, step up to a GMC for the utmost in style and comfort. You’ll be glad you did.