GMC Sierra Denali Owner's Manuals
The new models are larger than their predecessors, with an increased wheelbase and length. The vehicle is taller, and the distance between the seats is increased by 7.6 centimeters. Now only 4-door body type is available, which distinguishes it from Chevrolet Silverado. The front end is available in a single design, the only differences could be in the decor elements and the radiator grille. The height of the cargo platform was reduced by 2.5 centimeters, for convenient loading. A feature of the new generation is the steps on the sides and corners of the cargo platform. The new body is more rigid than previous models and can tow a trailer weighing up to 13,600 pounds. This figure is slightly lower than the recently introduced RAM, which pulls 15.9 tons. The interior has a fairly large 15-inch screen, which displays various information, up to the angle of inclination of the vehicle. There are 15 exterior cameras optionally connected. The GMC Sierra Denali is equipped with a 6.6-liter turbodiesel that generates 451 horsepower. It’s paired with a new nine-speed automatic transmission (instead of the previous six-speed). The cars are generously covered with chrome trim. Inside the cabin is covered with leather with natural wood inserts. Such a car starts at a price of $56,000.