GMC Sierra Hybrid Crew Cab

GMC announced the 2009 GMC Sierra Hybrid, a powerful full-size truck that is 40 percent greater city fuel economy improvement of 25 percent overall fuel economy while delivering the capability expected of a full size truck - including 6.100 pounds (2.767 kg) towing capacity.

Partnering General Motors' patented two-mode hybrid system and a powerful 6.0L gas V-8, the Sierra Hybrid delivers highly efficient performance, including all-electric driving at 30 mph (48 km / h). This allows fuel savings to be made even when the car is fully loaded or towing a trailer.

"Sierra Hybrid represents GMC's commitment to technical excellence, which produces a fully functional vehicle that offers a significant improvement in fuel economy," said Jim Bunnell, GMC general manager. "Sierra Hybrid deliver fuel, which should be the best full-size pickup segment, exceeding the current mileage leader -. The non-hybrid Sierra"
The GMC Sierra Hybrid goes on sale in the fourth quarter of 2008 and is based on strong and capable Sierra platform was introduced for the 2007 model year. It will be available in the body style of the taxi in 2WD and 4WD models. Each model comes with several features, popular, including the system of electronic stability control, a locking rear axle and a trailering package. Sierra Hybrid also offers front-impact airbags and curtain airbags for head and is the only full-size truck with five stars in side impacts in federal crash tests.