To build and price a GMC Sierra, use the build and price feature on GMC.com. As of 2015, Sierra trim options include the 1500, 2500 and 3500.
To go through the process to build and price a GMC Sierra, choose the trim option, and then choose the body style. Each body style, such as regular cab or double cab, has a manufacturer's suggested retail price listed; when adding new features, the price is available on the website. For instance, if you choose a regular-cab Sierra 1500, a price and lease estimate appears, but there is also the option to choose other features that can change that price, such as drive type.
Other options you have when building and pricing a GMC Sierra include exterior and interior color and wheel type. If the price changes after you choose an option, a window pops up asking you to confirm this change.
In addition to choosing the colors and the wheels, there are also several package options. For instance, there is a convenience package for just over $1,000, which includes outside heated mirrors, remote keyless entry and a rear vision camera. After choosing all of the options, the final price appears, and there is an option to receive a quote from a local dealership.