Your GMC Sierra or GMC Canyon truck delivers robust towing strength that’s more than enough to haul your boat, camper, or RV for a weekend getaway in New Jersey. Since we want to help you get the most out of your vehicle from Coleman Buick GMC, here are towing tips for your GMC Truck.
Knowing how much your GMC truck can tow is the first step of proper towing safety.
For example, when properly equipped, the 2021 GMC Sierra 1500 boasts towing capacities that start at 9,200 pounds and max out around 11,000 pounds. When properly equipped, the 2021 GMC Canyon offers towing capacities of 3,500 pounds up to 7,700 pounds.
Those towing capacities are determined by the configuration of trim level, powertrain, and equipment, so be sure to check your GMC truck’s owner’s manual to determine what your specific model can handle.
The GMC Sierra offers innovative tech to make towing less stressful from hitching up to arriving at your destination. The available ProGrade™ Trailering System features an in-vehicle Trailering App for you to monitor tire pressure, create predeparture checklists, and customize profiles for your trailer.
You’ll also earn a more comprehensive picture of your truck and trailer thanks to available 15 camera views — including Transparent Trailer View, Hitch Guidance with Hitch View, Bed View with Zoom and Hitch Guidance, Inside Trailer View, and Rear Trailer View.