GMC is all about trucks and SUVs. As part of General Motors, most of GMC's models are essentially rebadged Chevrolets but typically cost a bit more, with unique styling and additional features to set them apart. The full-size Sierra 1500 pickup truck is available in light-duty and heavy-duty forms and is GMC’s bread and butter. The Canyon exists as a smaller truck option. GMC's SUVs range from the compact-crossover Terrain to the mid-size Acadia to the full-size Yukon and Yukon XL.
The all-electric GMC Hummer EV SUV will have a much smaller impact on carbon emissions than its infamous gas-powered predecessors, and a big impact on EVs.
GMC will launch a Sierra EV pickup with electric power that's likely to be similar to the upcoming Silverado EV, much like the relationship between the gas-fueled trucks.
On the surface, the 2022 GMC Acadia's handsome exterior design and spacious interior make it a good family SUV, but others in this price range offer more value.
The GMC Canyon has limited driver assists and a lackluster interior, but it offers compelling powertrains and higher capabilities than some mid-size rivals.
The GMC Sierra 1500 is stuffed with dazzling tech features, offers a slew of desirable engines, and its cabin is now truly luxurious in the Denali Ultimate.
The 2022 GMC Terrain's handsome styling and upscale price tag promise a lot, but it fails to medal in the compact-SUV Olympics.
When it comes to large, three-row family-and-cargo-hauling, toy-towing muscle, the 2022 GMC Yukon and Yukon XL SUVs are hard to beat.
With a spacious cabin and a handsome exterior design, the 2021 GMC Acadia is aimed at buyers who want a little luxury with a reasonable price tag.
The GMC Canyon has fancier styling than its Chevy sibling, but they both have potent engine choices, enjoyable driving behavior, and tremendous capabilities.
A large, traditional, rear-wheel-drive passenger or cargo van, the 2021 GMC Savana is a well-respected commercial vehicle, but one that's showing its age.
The GMC Sierra 1500 is a very capable and handsome pickup truck, but the Denali model isn't that fancy and it's pricier than the half-ton Chevy Silverado.
The GMC Sierra HD has a refined diesel powertrain and impressive capabilities, but Ford and Ram alternatives offer more tech options and more luxurious models.
The 2021 GMC Terrain is a good small SUV, but good isn't good enough in the cutthroat compact-SUV segment, where it falls short of our favorite crossovers.
When it comes to large, three-row family-hauling, toy-towing muscle, the Yukon and Yukon XL are hard to beat.
With great infotainment and plenty of interior storage space, the Acadia is a perfectly fine three-row crossover, but it's not the best of its bunch.
With a strong V-6 and multiple configurations, the Canyon is the best mid-size truck for a true truck experience.
The Savana isn't the most modern van around, but it's a time-tested, proven workhorse with four available engines, sturdy construction, and a low starting price.
With multiple engine choices and lots of options, there's little reason to buy the Sierra 1500 versus its Chevy sibling, but there's also little reason not to.
Big jobs require big trucks, and the all-new 2020 GMC Sierra 2500HD and 3500HD rise to the challenge with copious features and massive tow ratings.
The Terrain has a roomy interior and solid fuel economy, but it's a just-ok small SUV with too expensive pricing.
Despite a roomy interior and great infotainment, the Yukon and Yukon XL have premium pricing but not a premium vibe.
Handsome styling, a well-connected infotainment system, and room for up to seven passengers make the Acadia an easy family favorite.
The mid-size Canyon is essentially a downsized GMC Sierra, with strikingly similar style and ample ability.
The tried-and-true Savana is a no-nonsense commercial van with either space for people or cargo.
Despite having much in common with the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, the GMC Sierra 1500 has a uniquely chiseled design and exclusive features.
The 2019 Sierra 2500HD and 3500HD's Hollywood style and hard-working heritage make for supremely capable pickup trucks.
With interesting looks, versatile interior, and solid powertrains the 2019 Terrain is a good-enough compact crossover but with a hefty price.
The Yukon and the long-wheelbase Yukon XL don't offer as much driving enjoyment or brand cachet as the Mercedes-Benz GLS450.
While not as spacious as its Chevrolet counterpart, the 2018 GMC Acadia still offers enough practicality and creature comforts to please a growing family.
The 2018 GMC Canyon is a versatile mid-size pickup that offers superb carrying capacity and best-in-class towing with the optional turbodiesel engine.
The 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 is a versatile and highly capable full-size pickup that can be outfitted for everything from the job site to car-pool duty.
The 2018 GMC Sierra 2500HD and 3500HD pickups, with plenty of cargo room and available diesel engine, can be adapted to almost any hauling and towing chores.
The 2018 GMC Terrain offers a spacious interior, the choice of fuel-efficient engines, and generous cargo room, but it's let down by poor interior quality.
The 2018 GMC Yukon and Yukon XL boast good power for hauling and towing, spacious interiors, and a host of the latest tech and convenience features.
The Acadia's attractive looks, infotainment tech, and three rows of seating will satisfy many families, but it's not the best mid-size crossover on the market.
The capable and practical Canyon offers big-truck feel in a downsized package.
The Sierra 1500 is a versatile, capable full-size pickup but it's not the most refined in its class.
The Sierra HD is an extremely capable heavy-duty pickup with a powerful diesel engine option, but it lags behind rivals in several key areas.
The Yukon is a capable family hauler, but it's not as comfortable or luxurious as its price would suggest.
No matter which flavor of GM's mid-size SUV you choose—GMC Envoy or Chevrolet TrailBlazer—the truck is basically the same.