GMC Sierra Denali owners manuals
- Poor Lighting Pattern
- A/C Not Working
- Terrible Headlights, Poor Visibility
- Interior design and cabin controls look old
- Rougher ride than competitors
- Quality of some cabin materials
- The extra-large center takes lots of cabin area
- The four-wheel-drive transfer case position sensor or the selector switch can fail
- Heating air conditioning temperature and air delivery mode door actuators cay fail
The GMC Denali nameplate is adopted by GMC on its top-line trucks and SUVs within the range. Automobiles with the Denali trim option are up to 47% more expensive than those of the normal models. Prices vary from $40,000 for GMC Terrain to $80,000 for a top-line Yukon XL Denali.
The Denali nameplate is usually applied as an insignia or status symbol, and in special, is recommended as a less costly option to the Cadillac Escalade. In 2013 were sold more than 70,000 units of the Denali brand, which estimated 20% of GMC's sales, becoming one of GM's most successful sub-brands, all done without any advertising.
The Denali comes standard with a 5.3-liter V8 engine or can be equipped with the optional 3.0-liter diesel engine. It is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.
GMC Sierra Denali known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the GMC Sierra Denali are: