2017 GMC Sierra 2500HD All Terrain X is a BEAST!!

Posted by Justin L on 12th Sep 2017

Meet the newest 2017 road beast!

We love big trucks  it must be in our blood or something because we want to feel the power of the engine roar as we rip through the dirt paths.

Luckily,  if you love to drive big trucks and often dream about taking it off road as much as we do, then you are in luck with all the new trucks coming 2017 in America . Ford has the F-150 Raptor, Jeep the iconic Wrangler, and Ram offers Power Wagon. Those are the few that you may recognize on and off the road. General Motors is getting in on the off-roading action with the Canyon and Sierra 1500 All Terrain X. Now,they are adding another vehicle to their stellar lineup with the Sierra 2500HD All Terrain X and this beast is everything you would want and more.

Continuing with the all-black trend as the rest of its off-roading-oriented lineup, which includes 18-inch aluminum wheels finished in black, an aggressive grille with ample room for lighting customizations, black sport bar that's mounted in the truck's bed with enough space to mount custom brackets for LED light bars and led light pods, and four-inch side steps in black. The All Terrain X will only be offered in two colors – Black Onyx and Summer White. GMC made it a standard to include HIDs in their lineup of vehicles and this 2017 model will continue to carry the HID setup with options to upgrade to aftermarket LED headlights such as the RAZIR™ LED Lights.

Those looking for more off-roading capabilities and tack the Z71 off-road suspension package as an option on the All Terrain X, adding performance Rancho shocks, Hill Descent Control, and a shield for the underbody transfer case.

You have the option to pick between the two engine choices under this crew cab pickup's massive hood - the 6.0-liter gas V8 or the all-new Duramax 6.6-liter turbo-diesel V8. The gasoline-powered V8 continues to make 360 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque, while the new Duramax beastly turbo-diesel generates 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque.

While the All Terrain X may not have the same murderous look as the Ram Power Wagon, it makes off-roading a luxurious affair. And it's blacked out. The 2500HD power wagon will be on sale early next year, with a pricing announcement coming sometime in the next few months.

What do you think pricing will be? Would you sell your child for one? Maybe a kidney, but not a child for myself though. Comment below and let us know what you think about this truck!