Body Styles: SL, SLE, SLT, Denali 4-door CUV
Drive Configuration: Front, All-wheel
Engines: 3.6L V-6
Assembly Location: Lansing Delta Township, MI
What’s New for ‘14
Forward-collision alert and lane-departure warning are available.
Body Styles: 3-door large van
Drive Configuration: Rear, All-wheel
Engines: 4.3L V-6; 4.8L V-8; 5.3L V-8; 6.0L V-8; 6.6L Turbodiesel V-8
Transmissions: A4, A6
Assembly Location: Wentzville, MO
A new Crew Cargo variant, available on 2500 and 3500 cargo models, offers a 3-passenger rear bench seat and a bulkhead behind the seat to separate the cargo area from passengers.
Passenger vans have standard power windows and door locks.
Body Styles: Base, SLE, SLT, Denali 2-door regular-cab, 4-door double-cab and 4-door crew-cab pickup
Drive Configuration: Rear, 4-wheel
Engines: 4.3L V-6; 5.3L V-8; 6.2L V-8
Assembly Location: Flint, MI; Fort Wayne, IN; Silao, Mexico
A new double-cab design replaces the previous extended-cab.
The 4.8L V-8 engine is discontinued, and a 6-speed automatic is the only available transmission.
A hybrid version is no longer offered.
A revised instrument cluster is available with a 4.2-in. (107-mm) color screen driver information center.
Available safety features include forward-collision alert and lane-departure warning, both paired with GMC’s Driver Alert Seat, which generates vibrating pulse patterns in the seat to alert the driver.
New aerodynamic measures improve ride and handling, reduce wind noise and increase fuel efficiency.
Body Styles: WT, SLE, SLT, Denali 2-door regular-cab, 4-door crew-cab pickup
Engines: 6.0L V-8; 6.6L Turbodiesel V-8
Assembly Location: Flint, MI
There are no major revisions.
Body Styles: SLE, SLT, Denali 4-door CUV
Engines: 2.4L I-4; 3.0L V-6
Assembly Location: Ingersoll, ON, Canada
There are no significant changes.
Body Styles: SLE, SLT, Denali 4-door SUV
Drive Configuration: Front, 4-wheel
Engines: 5.3L V-8; 6.2L V-8
Assembly Location: Arlington, TX
Hybrid models are no longer available.
Highlights of 2014 GMC Models
All 2014 U.S. Models
2014 U.S. Model Specifications
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