2010 GMC Sierra 1500 Values

Select a 2010 GMC Sierra 1500 trim level

2010 model year changes

The GMC Sierra 1500 was last redesigned in 2007, and there are few changes for the 2010 model year. Over 30 combinations of engines, beds and other items are available. Except for the V6 engines, all 2010 Sierra engines are now Flex-Fuel capable, meaning they can run on gasoline or E85 ethanol. A 6-speed automatic transmission is standard on all but the base trims. StabiliTrak is now standard on all trims, as is a USB media player port.

Competitive comparison

Wide selection of engine, bed and trim combinations available; choice of utility or luxury interior; hybrid trim new for 2010; ideal for a full-sized work truck

Special features for 2010

The 2010 GMC Sierra 1500 is a full-sized pickup that can be a workhorse, a luxury vehicle - or both. With the highest tow rating among light-duty pickups (up to 10,700 pounds), and now with a newly available gas-electric drivetrain, the Sierra is very competitive among full-size pickups. It shares a platform with the Chevy Silverado 1500, and its main competitors are the Toyota Tundra and the Dodge Ram. Mileage for the base 2WD trim is estimated at 15 mpg city / 20 mpg highway.

The 2010 GMC Sierra 1500 is a full-size pickup truck offered in a range of trims with varying bed lengths, engine choices, and cab layouts. The base engine is a 4.3L V6 found in the work truck trim which produces 195 hp. A 302 hp 4.8L V8, 315 hp 5.3L V8, and a 6.2L V8 generating 403 hp are available. The GMC Sierra 1500 is well-equipped through all trims, up to the premium Denali version.

2010 GMC Sierra 1500 FAQ

Where can I find the 2010 GMC Sierra SLE Crew Cab 1500 4X4 with the Texas Edition Package?


NADAguides only attempts to track and value options that we believe add quantifiable value to a vehicle. There are hundreds of thousands of possible options in the used market for which we make no value distinction. That is not to say that because an option is not specifically mentioned by NADAguides it does not add value to a particular vehicle, it simply means that NADA makes no attempt to quantify its value. This is particularly true of regional packages like the Texas Edition you mention. However, your Texas Edition SLE would have at least these options (5.3 V8 instead of the 4.8 V8 which is ~$800, Aluminum Alloy Wheels ~$450, and a Tow Package ~$250).