The AT4X, for example, has seen an increase of more than $5,000, according to the configurator.
GMC has released 2023 pricing for the Sierra 1500 lineup, and it seems the entire range has been hit with an increase.
As usual, the Pro derivative kicks off the range. At $37,200, the Regular Cab with Standard Box is $1,800 more expensive than the 2022 model and comes equipped with a 2.7-liter turbocharged engine that delivers 310 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque. The 5.3-liter V8 is available as an option, but LED head- and taillights are standard. Other body configurations may also be specified but at extra cost.
Next up, we have the $50,300 SLE trim level. The slightly plusher model justifies its higher price tag with heated front seats, a standard 13.4-inch touchscreen, and a 12.3-inch driver's display. The 2.7-liter motor is standard fitment on this trim, but the SLE can also be specified with the V8 or the torque-rich 3.0-liter diesel engine.
Moving further up the range, you'll find the Elevation ($52,000) and SLT ($56,000) grades. Like the lesser Pro and SLT derivatives, the Elevation receives a turbocharged 2.7-liter engine. The SLT, however, gains motivation from the 355-hp 5.3-liter V8 engine at no extra cost.
Elevation models receive dual-zone climate control, 20-inch wheels, and a heated steering wheel, while the SLT gets all that and more, including LED lighting for the cargo bed and available options, such as the Convenience Package. For $2,970, buyers can gain nice-to-haves like front bucket seats, wireless charging, and ventilated front seats.
The more luxurious 2023 Denali now has an MSRP of $65,800, which makes it $3,000 pricier than last year's model. The 5.3-liter V8 is the base engine, although buyers may specify the diesel engine or the mighty 6.2-liter V8 engine. Standard luxuries include open-pore wood trim, adaptive ride control, and available Super Cruise technology.
This leaves the three priciest models: the AT4 ($66,800), the rugged AT4X ($81,700), and the supremely decadent Denali Ultimate ($82,800). The AT4 is more than $4,000 pricier than its 2022 counterpart, while the AT4X is $5,200 more expensive than before.
The AT4X's price increase is justified by the addition of new features. The rugged variant borrows styling parts from the unique AEV edition, such as a stamped-steel front bumper (with front winch capability) and a hot-stamped front approach skid plate.
The Denali Ultimate is powered by the diesel engine as standard but may be specified with the 420-hp 6.2-liter V8 engine, which is standard with the AT4X. The range-topper receives 16-way powered front seats with heating, ventilation, and massaging functionality, along with a 12-speaker Bose surround sound system.
The entire range now carries a heftier delivery fee, now pegged at $1,895.