It's been a year since the 2015 GMC Sierra 1500 was completely redesigned, and in that window of time we've also been gifted with an all-new version of the class-leading Ford F-150. Comparisons are inevitable between these two full-size pickup stalwarts, but what's perhaps most interesting about the unveiling of the Sierra's staunch rival is the revelation of how much parity currently exists amongst pickups. Not only is the highly-touted aluminum-bodied F-150 more peer than upperclassman when compared to the GMC, but an equally-egalitarian eye must also be extended to the Ram 1500, which is resolutely carving out an ever-widening niche amongst truck buyers.
I spent a week behind the wheel of the 2015 GMC Sierra in Prince Edward Island, Canada's smallest province, in an effort to re-acquaint myself with the continually-improving pickup (which I had not driven since its initial launch). I came away more convinced than ever of just how difficult a choice customers are facing when selecting which truck they'll likely be married to for the next 10 years.