The GMC Sierra, also known as the Chevrolet Silverado, is a range of trucks sold by Chevrolet. The name GMC Sierra came to fruition to distinguish the trim levels starting in 1987. GMC's Sierra offers various trucks such as full-size pickup trucks, chassis cab trucks, and medium-duty trucks. There are four generations of the GMC Sierra line and the latest was released in 2019.
It is important to protect your Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra and even more since it is a truck. Trucks go through a lot more damaging terrain than regular vehicles that mostly stay on the road. That exposes your trucks to more things that can damage the paint of your vehicle which is why you need to be prepared at all times. By applying paint protection film, your vehicle will be safe against scratches, bird droppings, incremental weather, and anything else it might encounter on its journey. And the best part is that the PPF has self-healing technology built in that gets rid of small scratches and damages over time.
The first generation of Chevrolet Silverado/ second generation of GMC Sierra trucks made their debut in 1998 as the 1999 models. GMC released a bunch of models of Silverados and Sierras that included the half-to, SS, and the Hybrid. The light-duty trucks went by the nomenclature 1500 and were available in three cab lengths; 2-door standard/regular, 3 or 4-door extended cab, and the front-hinged 4-door crew cab.
You can either do a complete wrap or a partial wrap for your first generation Chevrolet Silverado/second generation GMC Sierra pickup truck. A full wrap covers all of the vehicle besides the windows, wheels, and the lights. A partial wrap covers part of the vehicle and we recommend purchasing the length of the vehicle which covers one side of the vehicle or the roof.
The second generation of Sierra trucks were released in 2006 as the 2007 model. It received upgrades such as a redesigned interior and exterior, frame, and suspension, and some engines saw an increase in output. In 2007, the second gen Sierra received the North American Truck of the year award and was the Truck of the Year in 2007 for Motor Trend. Just like its predecessor, the second gen also offered choices of two-door regular cabs, four-door extended cabs and four-door crew cabs.
Just like its predecessor, the second generation also has a variety of vehicles. A full wrap covers all of the vehicle and excludes the windows, brakes, and lights of the vehicle. A partial wrap covers part of the vehicle and we recommend buying the length of the vehicle which covers one side of the vehicle or the roof.
The third generation of Chevrolet Silverado/fourth generation of GMC Sierra trucks were introduced in December 2012 and was made available in 2013 as a 2014 model. Customers were able to choose between three gas engine options: 4.3 L EcoTec3 V6, 5.3 L EcoTec3 V8, or 6.2 L EcoTec3 V8. Touch-screen multimedia and a premium Bose system was available in most models as well as Bluetooth and hands-free telephone use. I received the 2014 American International Auto Show's Car and Truck of the Year awards as did the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.
The third generation of Chevrolet Silverado/fourth generation of GMC Sierra trucks came in different options just like its predecessors. A complete wrap will cover all of the vehicle except the lights, brakes, and windows of the vehicle. A partial wrap covers part of the vehicle and we recommend buying the length of the vehicle which covers one side of the vehicle or the roof.
The fourth Silverado and fifth generation Sierra are the latest current generation. GMC Sierra made its first public appearance in 2017 and was released in 2018 as a 2019 model. Some of the new features of the fourth gen vehicle included a more sculpted exterior design, front headlamps that integrated into the front grille that incorporated LED Daytime Running Accent Lights.
The fifth generation Silverado/fourth generation GMC Sierra comes in a multitude of trims. We have decided to round it up based on the biggest truck since the length of most of the vehicles is around the same ballpark. 21 yards of film is recommended as it will also cover the biggest truck in the series. A complete wrap covers all of the vehicle excluding the windows, lights, and the wheels of the vehicle. A partial wrap covers part of the vehicle which is why we recommend buying the length of the vehicle and that will be able to cover one side of the vehicle or the roof.
Whether you have the first generation or the latest generation, it is important to protect your vehicle. Paint protection film does just that and you won't have to spend a lot. The film lasts for a long time and with the proper care, you can extend the life of the film even more! Built-in self-healing technology removes small scratches or damages, leaving your vehicle looking new every time! If you decide anytime that you want to remove the film, then you can do just that as it comes off with ease. Make the switch to paint protection film and preserve the look of your vehicle for years!
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