GM Celebrates 100 Years with GMC Yukon and Sierra Heritage Editions
If you can believe it, General Motors is 100 years old, having provided quality vehicles to those in the Joplin area and beyond for a century. One of the ways the American automaker intends to celebrate the achievement is by releasing two Heritage Editions models of both the GMC Yukon and GMC Sierra.
Both vehicles were unveiled at the New York Auto Show in April, as the two longest-running models in the GMC lineup made the perfect choice to showcase 100 rich years of GM history. Among the features on the Heritage Edition of the GMC Sierra are special badges, and plenty of chrome, found on both the exterior trim, and 20-inch aluminum wheels of the popular GMC truck. There's also embroidered floor mats and headrests, along with rear parking assistance and cameras, an EZ-Lift tailgate, and adjustable pedals in the available Convenience Package.
The Yukon Heritage Edition will have a similar package as the Sierra, with badges, and a SLT-2 equipment package that includes a power-operated liftgate, heated side mirrors, and leather memory seats that adjust to your body. The 20-inch wheels that you'll find in the Sierra are an optional feature for the GMC SUV, as well.
Interested in learning more about the new Heritage Edition GMC Yukon and Sierra, like pricing and availability here at Roper Buick GMC? Feel free to contact us online anytime or swing by 808 Illinois Ave Joplin, MO 64801 during our regular business hours where we'd be happy to answer any of your questions, and discuss the various options on the Heritage Edition models, as well as those featured on our lineup of new GMC vehicles.