GMC Sierra Heritage Edition : 2012

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Special models commemorate 100 years of the GMC name.
The GMC Sierra Heritage Edition, along with the Yukon, Yukon XL, debuted at the New York Auto Show. A century ago, the GMC name first appeared on the front of a truck at this very same event.

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2012 GMC Sierra Heritage Edition.

Commemorative exterior badges on the door of this special model features the original GMC logo design that debuted on the 1912 range of models, which included gas- and electric-powered trucks designed for the most demanding among early drivers. The script is surrounded by the words “Heritage Edition.”

2012 Heritage Editions will be offered on Sierra 1500 Crew Cab. Three colors will be available – a new, exclusive Heritage Blue ($195), White Diamond ($995) or Onyx Black (no additional cost).

Each Heritage Edition model offers its own differentiating content. The Sierra Heritage Edition full-size pickup includes:

Unique “Heritage Edition” exterior badges
Embroidered front floor mats
Embroidered front headrests
Chrome door handles, mirror caps and door moldings
20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels
Convenience package with rear park assist, adjustable pedals, Universal Home Remote, EZ-Lift locking tailgate and rear wheelhouse liners
Rear-vision camera

(source: GM)

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2012 GMC Sierra Heritage Edition front grill emblem.

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GMC Trucks dealer sign.

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