Overland Classifieds :: 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 w/ OVRLND Camper

GMC is a company invested in the overlanding boom, with a range of rugged models and packages that appeal to their customers’ growing desire to leave the tarmac. Earlier this year our CEO Scott Brady was invited to GM’s desert proving grounds in Yuma, Arizona, to test the off-road focused GMC Canyon AT4X. He concluded that it is, “exceptional on initial inspection in every regard, and serves to elevate the entire segment to improve performance and utility.” That’s not all, with the company also announcing a new AEV (American Expedition Vehicles) package from the factory for the Sierra AT4X and Silverado ZR2. This is significant as it’s the first “OEM production-line installed AEV overland system available on any full-size truck.” Today’s one-owner, low-mileage (approximately 79,000 mile) 2014 Sierra may not incorporate the All-Terrain Package, but this has been addressed with premium aftermarket modifications including BDS suspension with a 6-inch lift, Fox shocks, uprated wheels and tires, and much more. In addition, it features the desirable V8 motor and a well-equipped OVRLND pop-top camper.

From the Seller:

“No expense was spared in this build. Only the best components throughout. You will not find a better setup commercially available that stays within factory GVWR. You can see the full build process in the [Expedition Portal] full-size forum.”

2014 GMC Sierra 1500

The Sierra is fitted with a 5.3-liter V8 that produces 355 horsepower, 383 pound-feet of torque, and returns a combined 18 mpg. The powerful and surprisingly economical motor is mated with go-anywhere capability thanks to 4WD, Hill Descent Control, low range, and more. Inside, the GMC is well-equipped with comforts that include:

  • MyLink infotainment system
  • Remote start
  • Rear view camera and parking assist
  • Lane departure warning and forward collision alert

Distinguishing Features

  • BDS Suspension 6-inch lift kit and leaf springs, Fox shocks, Cognito upper control arms, and Firestone airbags with Daystar cradles
  • ARB twin compressor
  • Fuel Coupler wheels with Nitto Ridge Grapplers
  • 2019 OVRLND pop-top camper
  • Northstar AGM 100-amp-hour house battery with 170-watts of solar
  • Snomaster 42-liter fridge
  • Rigid Industries lighting

This 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 with an OVRLND Camper is listed for $48,000 and is currently located in Kodiak, Alaska. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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