Sierra AT4X vs. Silverado ZR2 vs. F-150 Tremor vs. Rebel 1500: Which Among These Big Three Offerings Is Your Favorite?

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GMC Sierra AT4X vs Chevy Silverado ZR2 vs Ford F-150 Tremor vs Ram Rebel 1500
If you’re looking for an off-road truck, which of those four would you choose — if you like any of them? (Images: GM, Ford, Stellantis)

Would you take the 2022 GMC Sierra AT4X over its Chevy Silverado counterpart? How about over a Tremor or a Rebel?

There’s been a ton of shakeup in the off-road truck world over the past couple years. From Ram’s updated half-ton Rebel to its hardcore TRX, not to mention Ford’s F-150 Raptor and now the more affordable Tremor model. Now, General Motors is hitting back with the Chevy Silverado ZR2 and, just this week, the 2022 GMC Sierra AT4X.

I’ll include a series of our videos below if you’re interested in learning more on each respective truck. I’m curious, though, as to which truck you’d all strongly consider buying with your own money. Granted, we’ll have to wait a little while longer to drive GM’s latest offerings in the ZR2 and the upgraded AT4X. But if you’re already in the market or thinking about getting something along these lines, which of these would you likely choose? Or, would you walk past the Big Three’s trucks entirely and get something like a Toyota Tundra TRD Pro or Nissan Titan Pro-4X instead?

I get that a lot of you guys will probably go for a Raptor or TRX too…but I’m talking about these trucks in terms of relative price-to-performance parity. At least until GM supercharges that V8, those two are pretty much in another league.

A quick primer on the latest: 2022 GMC Sierra AT4X

Here’s a quick catch-up on last night’s 2022 GMC Sierra AT4X reveal. You still get GM’s proven 6.2-liter V8 engine, putting out 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque, like the prior AT4. A 10-speed automatic still comes as standard fare. This time around, though, GMC gave the Sierra AT4X some of the choice off-road upgrades that also underpin its Chevy Silverado ZR2 sibling.

Namely, the off-road kit now includes Multimatic DSSV spool-valve shocks and upgraded springs to handle increased articulation. Ground clearance comes in at 10.8 inches (similar to the regular AT4), while the AT4X runs on 18-inch wheels with Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires. Electronic front and rear lockers come as part of the package, as does extra underbody protection. You even get Terrain Mode, which allows one-pedal driving in more technical, low-speed off-roading situations.

Overall, you can think of the AT4X as a more competitive analog to the Ford F-150 Tremor, say, or a ZR2 without the loud styling. At an eye-watering $74,995, though, it comes in $14,000 more expensive than the standard AT4. It’s also significantly more expensive than the Ford or the Ram, at least before you start stacking on options with those trucks.

Nevertheless, let us know what half-ton you’d choose out of the new crop for off-roading (again, it doesn’t have to be one of the Big Three — that’s just an apt lead-in since GM’s obviously targeting their cross-town rivals here).

Watch on below for the Sierra as well as its rivals, including the new Tundra.