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What Makes the GMC Denali Line So Special?

Last updated 7 years ago

In the past, when you would head down to your local new GMC dealership in search heavy-duty truck, that meant giving up the luxuries of the other fantastic vehicle types.  Trucks, until recently, have solely focused on power and towing capacity; they often lacked the luxuries of a nice luxury sedan.  Thankfully, the GMC Denali line has changed all that.  Check out what makes new GMC Denali trucks and SUVs so great.

  1. Eye Catching Trim - The Denali line started as a luxury trim option of the 1998 GMC Yukon.  It sported bigger wheels, a more dominant front grill, and chrome detailing.  In 2011, GMC dealerships were graced with a full lineup of Denali trucks and SUVs that showcase an eye-catching aggressive styling with chrome accents that can’t be missed. 
  2. Interior Details – To match the dazzling exterior, all Denali vehicles feature impressive interiors loaded with great details that make the trucks and SUVs feel more luxurious than ever.  Real wood insets on the steering wheel and dash, tasteful ambient lighting, and conditioned front seats make riding in these trucks and SUVs a decadent experience.
  3. Advanced Technology - The advanced options offered in the Denali line include a number of amazing technological upgrades.  Touch screen navigation can be added to the center console while back seat entertainment will keep the kids happy.  All Denali vehicles come with quiet turning technology, which provides you with uninterrupted calm within the cabin space. 

If you are ready to test drive a new Denali, then it’s time to head down to Don Bohn GMC.  Our new and pre-owned GMC dealership offers vehicles ranging from Denali trucks to luxury Buick cars.  Come down and see us for all your auto service needs as well.  Our staff is highly trained and very knowledgeable about all makes and models of American-made, GMC vehicles

 

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