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It’s a Tie: Truck Trend Says Chevrolet, GMC ‘Best in Class’

Sierra HD, Silverado HD, Yukon, Tahoe tops among work trucks and full-size SUVs

DETROIT Truck Trend repository says a GMC Sierra 2500HD and Silverado HD are a Best in Class 2011 Work Truck and GMC Yukon and Chevrolet Tahoe are judged Best in Class 2011 Full-Size SUV.

In a Jun emanate on newsstands Wednesday, Truck Trend picked Sierra and Silverado three-quarter ton trucks over a Ford F-250 and Dodge Ram. Yukon tied with Tahoe, commanding a Toyota Sequoia.

Truck Trend lauded a GM complicated duties as pickups youll see on construction sites approaching to work tough and take abuse each day. In terms of capability, editors forked to a Silverado and Sierra RWD unchanging cab for towing ability (17,800 pounds) and cargo ability (4,192 pounds).

In a full-size SUV category, Truck Trend cited a Yukon and Tahoes fuel-efficient hybrid offerings, active fuel management, nine-passenger seating and 8,200-pound towing ability as rival strengths.

Despite their distance and a tough work demanded of these vehicles, most bid has been put into creation full-sizes some-more fuel-efficient, capable, and comfortable, Truck Trends editors said.

About General Motors Canada

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