Don't forget the exhaust,, and the rear lower bumper cover to go with it [/color]Bhacker15 said:I just bought 1 wish I knew this 2 weeks ago and I work 4 GM guess I will buy the grill and put the Denali badge on and pose out I have everything else power lift gate wheels touch nav w/ back up cam they got me
Actually they are still going to offer the 4cylinder option. Just look on gmc's website. I am curious to see how many people would choose it though since if you can afford a Denali then you could prob afford a V6 and prob not to concerned about gas prices lol. I wonder how much the new V6 option will be compared.hyperv6 said:I would have like to have seen them offer Denali only things like Duel zone climate control and wheels. Also No 4 cylinder option.
My point is they should not offer the 4 cylinder. In most other Denali packages GMC offers they either offer the top engine or in some cases a larger engine not offered in other models in the line.bowtieman said:Actually they are still going to offer the 4cylinder option. Just look on gmc's website. I am curious to see how many people would choose it though since if you can afford a Denali then you could prob afford a V6 and prob not to concerned about gas prices lol. I wonder how much the new V6 option will be compared.
From what I read, it sounds like the the 3.6 will replace the 3.0 across the line in all of the Thetas.hyperv6 said:The other question is will the 3.6 be offered in the SLT or any other models or will it be a Denali option only. Will in time replace the 3.0 since it gets the same MPG.
I think that is what they are doing.RIT333 said:From what I read, it sounds like the the 3.6 will replace the 3.0 across the line in all of the Thetas.
The truth is GMC I would say is hedging their bet that if gas goes up they can still sell the Terrain with $5 a gallon gas. Most people are more worried about their wallet vs the enviroment outside California.bowtieman said:Ahhh i see what you mean hyperv6.
Yea vey interesting how they are offering this 4 cylinder option on a Denali. But maybe its a good sign people out there still want better fuel economy since slightly better for mother nature and still roll in style with the Denali. Now if they can just make a V8 get 100mpg we will be set lol
No it is an example of how the smart phone is already being intergrated into your vehicle. They will use this to take advantage to remove weight. This is not my opinion but what the automakers are saying. There are no magic bullets here in the engine department and alll options are on the table.NODES said:in 2025 we will be listening to music on the pandora app using a iPhone 21S living on Pandora
Last time we had a gas "shortage" a few years back they said the same thing SUV's are dead....I see more SUV's now then I did a few years ago.
When the Denali comes out, you will be able to buy the power passenger seat mechanics, and put it in your car. :thumb:Jenniebeeb said:Also, I would LOVE LOVE LOVE a power adjustable seat for the front passenger. Pretty much the only feature that I wish my SLT-2 had, that it doesn't have.