With the all-new MultPro™ Tailgate, GMC steps up its game to provide truck drivers with a tailgate like none other. Whether you’re using your truck on the worksite or for a weekend adventure, the world’s first six-function MultiPro™ Tailgate offers unparalleled functionality. So, what can you do with your new MultiPro™ Tailgate? Since the MultiPro™ consists of two tailgates – a primary gate and an inner gate – there are a lot of different configurations and uses. Here are a few main ones:
Primary gate load stop
Hauling items that are longer than the standard bed length? No worries, the MultiPro™ Tailgate has a load stop feature. To use, you simply open the primary gate and fold up the inside panel of the inner gate, creating a longer bed and a barrier to secure items.
For easy access to the truck bed, you can fold down both the primary and inner gate, then fold down the inner panel of the inner gate, which creates a 48-inch wide step.
Inner gate work surface
On the work site, it helps to have a work surface. By leaving the primary gate up but lowering the inner gate, the MultiPro™ Tailgate provides a large work surface at the perfect height.
You can learn more about this brand-new tailgate by speaking with our staff at Mike Raisor Buick GMC Cadillac.
GMC always has surprises up its sleeve – and the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 is no exception. This pickup will feature the all-new Perimeter Lighting System, an innovative way to get the job done.
What is it?
The Perimeter Lighting System is an in-bed lighting system that provides an all-day and all-night workspace in the bed of your truck or around you. This new system makes setting up campsites, packing away a worksite, or changing a tire on a dark night much easier.
How is it different?
This lighting system is more advanced than previous lighting systems used by GMC, which typically only offered in-bed lighting. Perimeter Lighting, however, will feature eight different lights on all parts of the truck, including above the truck’s rear glass, at the front of its side mirrors, on the rear corners of the bed, and on the tailgate handle. The idea is to create a “perimeter” of light that makes it easy to access any part of your vehicle with improved illumination.
The lighting is also expected to be LED, which is more efficient and more powerful than standard lighting.
Which models will offer it?
The SLT, AT4, and Denali models of the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 will all offer the Perimeter Lighting System. It serves as a great addition to an already-innovative pickup truck. You can learn more about all of the GMC Sierra’s new features when you visit Mike Raisor Buick GMC.