Nearly every reviewer is happy with the diversity and sheer number of features available on the 2009 GMC Sierra 1500.
According to Kelley Blue Book, the "multiplicity of trim levels...allow you to fine-tune your Sierra." That's good news for drivers who like their vehicles to stand out. Cars.com notes there are "many choices" when it comes to the 2009 GMC Sierra 1500; available trims are Work, SL, SLE1, SLE2, SLT, and Denali. ConsumerGuide says that the GMC 2009 Sierra 1500 is "among the best large pickup trucks for refinement and available features," advising that "any truck buyer would be well-advised to give these recommended picks a long, hard look."
According to ConsumerGuide, standard equipment offered for this GMC 2009 model's base trim include "Air conditioning, OnStar system w/one year service, tilt steering wheel, vinyl upholstery, front split bench seat, folding rear seat, split folding rear seat, rear-hinged rear doors, [and] front-hinged rear doors." Other standard features include "power door locks, remote keyless entry, AM/FM/CD/MP3 player, satellite radio, tachometer, intermittent wipers, cargo-box light, automatic headlights, [and] vinyl floor covering," most of them offered with either the Extended Cab or the Club Cab. The top Denali trim also gets new heated and cooled perforated leather seats for 2009.
New options for 2009's GMC Sierra include Bluetooth and XM NavTraffic, which are popular with many tech-savvy buyers. Kelley Blue Book reports that GMC 2009 Sierra 1500 "SLT models include standard leather seats, the 'luxury' instrument panel, 12-way power-adjustable driver's seat, six-disc audio system with Bose speakers and heated windshield washer system," as well as five different suspension options, "each tailored to suit specific driving requirements." Other optional features, according to ConsumerGuide, include "Rear-obstacle-detection system, power-adjustable pedals [and] remote engine start."