In Chester, SC, you can see pickup trucks of every make and model on the road. Pickup trucks are a stable in many communities for hauling, towing and getting the job done. Figuring out the best truck for the job requires some research and testing.  Liberty Buick GMC, Chester’s leading GMC dealership, is happy to announce that Kelley Blue Book® honored the 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 with 1st place in the 5-year Cost to Own Award. The 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 beat out the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and the 2014 Toyota Tundra in the same category.2014 GMC Trucks on Sale Now at Chester Buick GMCAbout the Award

The folks at Kelley Blue Book evaluated the combined costs of fuel, financing, insurance and, in particular, depreciation, in order to find the vehicles that had the best 5-year Cost to Own projection. They looked at virtually every 2014 model that is sold in the US. The analysis is detailed. It considers every key factor that goes into the overall cost to purchase and operate a motor vehicle over a five-year period. These include financing costs, insurance costs and state fees plus the anticipated costs of fuel, scheduled maintenance and repairs. Other critical factors are purchase price – in their analysis the exclusive Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price – and projected depreciation, derived from their Kelley Blue Book residual-value analysis. After all that vigorous analysis, the 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 came out on top!

Best Price in Chester

Scott McCorkle’s Liberty Buick GMC has been serving the Chester area for over 22 years. Right now, Liberty Buick GMC has plenty of 2014 GMC Sierra 1500s on the lot plus great financing options and dealer specials. Schedule a test drive today. If you have a trade in, the experts at Liberty Buick GMC will give you 15 minute estimate. No one can tell you what your pickup truck means to you, but it’s nice to have the experts at Kelley Blue Book confirm the value of the 2014 GMC Sierra 1500. Maybe it’s time for an upgrade.

Kelly Bladl,
CCP Web Design Staff Writer and Google Author