If you went all-out when you bought your GMC truck and upgraded it with a lift kit, odds are you’re no stranger to vehicle modifications. To bring your lifted model to the height of capability and fun, there are tons of accessories you can buy right here at Wilson Buick GMC in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Here are the add-ons we recommend most.
A Drop Hitch
If you plan to use your lifted GMC truck to pull a boat or camper, you’re going to need a drop hitch. This helpful accessory extends the hitch down to match the height of the trailer, so everything stays on the same level.
Getting in to or out of a massive truck like the GMC Sierra HD can be tricky under normal circumstances, and adding a lift kit only makes it more of a climb. Adding side steps or a running board gives you easy access to the cabin, which is particularly helpful for young passengers.
A Cylinder Assist Steering Kit
The gargantuan tires on lifted trucks can make turning feel less responsive, which is a problem for a vehicle that’s meant to be fun to drive. A cylinder-assist steering kit can mitigate this issue by optimizing your engine’s torque to compensate.
To learn more about helpful accessories for lifted trucks — and to have them installed by a certified expert — don’t hesitate to contact us at Wilson Buick GMC.
In 2020, GMC plans to introduce a new AT4 lineup comprised of six different models. The SUVs and trucks in the lineup are each equipped to handle your on and off-road adventures.
The Sierra AT4 has skid plates, Rancho® shocks and a 2-inch lift to take on the outdoors. It also has a Carbon Fiber Bed, Mud-Terrain tires and the GMC MultiPro™ Tailgate.
This AT4 variant offers similar features to its Sierra sibling, while also adding up to 15 camera views for enhanced visibility and boosted confidence when traversing rough roads and making tight turns.
The Canyon AT4 boasts 31-inch Goodyear® Wrangler DuraTrac® tires, an off-road-tuned suspension and an automatic locking rear differential.
The Acadia AT4 incorporates Traction Select with Off-Road Mode, All-Terrain tires and an Advanced Twin-Clutch AWD System, so you can smoothly shift from paved routes to more rugged ones.
Available this fall, GMC hasn’t revealed all of the details about this AT4 variant yet. However, it’s apparent that the SUV will have intuitive technology, a rugged exterior and comparable off-roading equipment to the rest of the AT4 lineup.
The Yukon AT4 features an electronic limited-slip differential, a 15-inch head-up display and an air suspension having 4 inches of adjustability.
To learn more about the GMC models designed for off-roading, stop by Wilson Buick GMC Cadillac to browse our current inventory of GMC vehicles and experience the brand’s famed capability and versatility for yourself.