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At John Roley AutoCenter Levelland, we understand how much Lamesa drivers love their trucks. Looking at what GMC and Chevrolet have to offer for the 2021 model year, it's easy to see why. These new vehicles are tough, capable and fun to drive. To learn more, continue reading.

New Trucks near Hobbs

GMC is offering the Sierra and Canyon. The Sierra 1500 is GMC's idea of a light-duty truck. It has a six-function tailgate and tows up to 12,100 pounds depending on the configuration. The Sierra Denali has a little less power and increased creature comforts. The HD can tow a whopping 35,500 pounds. A ten-speed Allison transmission is available for the HD. All Sierras are available with regular, double, and crew cabs.

The Canyon is GMC's mid-sized offering. It's a small truck with a spacious, quiet cabin. USB ports are available in the central console to keep devices charged and ready to go. There's a built-in corner step on the rear bumper for convenience. The Canyon base model can tow up to 7,600 pounds. The GMC Canyon gets up to 30 mpg on the highway. Infotainment options include an available Wi-Fi hotspot.

Chevrolet has two great trucks for 2021, the Colorado and Silverado. The Colorado is a powerful truck with a statement grille. It's available in nine exterior colors. It can tow up to 36,000 pounds and five trims. There's a full-color touchscreen that integrates with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Silverado 1500 is available in ten colors and eight trims. It's a stylish truck as well as a capable one and can tow up to 9,500 pounds. The Silverado HD more than doubles that. All of these trucks have an available Wi-Fi hotspot.

GMC and Chevrolet have outdone themselves for 2021. The best way to understand these trucks is to drive them. Reach out today to find out more about availability and delivery dates for these new trucks. Visit us today near Midland and Brownsfield to learn more about financing options as well.

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