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This is the 2017 GMC Sierra Denali four-wheel drive Crew Cab. This truck had a complete re-do in 2014, then last year received a freshening.

We’re often asked the differences between this truck and the Chevy Silverado. The truth is, the only differences are the grill, headlights, and taillights. Plus, the GMC has a slightly more upscale interior. Underneath the outer sheet metal, the trucks are identical and have the same towing capacity.

The Sierra comes in four trim levels: the base, the SLE, the SLT, and the top-of-the-line Denali like the one we are reviewing here.

Under the hood, the base engine is the 5.3-liter V8, but my tester has the massive 6.2-liter V8 that has 420-horses and 460 lb-ft of torque. Both engines are mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission.
The interior is upscale and very well done with high-quality leather and stitching throughout.

The instrument cluster features a lot of gauges and has a driver info readout in the middle that you can change from the heated steering wheel.

The Sierra Denali has a huge center console that features two 110-volt outlets and two 12-volt power outlets. On top of the console is a built-in phone charger, and inside the console are two USB ports and another 12-volt outlet.

You operate the Bose stereo, navigation system, Apple Car Play, and Bluetooth from an 8” color touchscreen. It also houses the rearview camera, and when the truck is started, the interior becomes a Wi-Fi hotspot.

There are many standard features on the Denali. Some of the major features include: automatic low-speed braking, forward collision alert, EZ lift and lower tailgate, assist steps in the rear bumper, LED lighting, and heated and cooled seats.

Just two complaints with this truck…the exterior mirrors seem too small to me for a truck with a trailer-towing package. It also bugs me they put a 3:23 rear axle ratio in this truck. I’m sure it was to get better fuel economy, but this truck will only tow 9100 pounds where many of the competitors tow well over 11,000 pounds. To be fair, this truck with a 3:42 rear axle and the max trailer-towing package will tow 12,000 pounds with the 6.2-liter.

Speaking of gas mileage, this 5500-pound pickup is rated at 15 in town and 20 on the highway.
MSRP, as equipped, is $63,795 before discounts and rebates. That puts it in line with comparable Ford, Chevy, and Nissan pickups equipped the same.

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