GMC, moreover, effectively turned the Denali into a sub-brand version of the Yukon. Yes, you get a higher level of standard kit inside, but there are sheet-metal changes outside and a different dashboard inside from its SLE, SLT, and AT4 siblings.
The result is a more distinctive, more memorable SUV, and a bigger one. Over 6-inches longer than the outgoing Yukon, almost 5-inches of that increase goes into the wheelbase and, in particular, the space for third-row passengers and the trunk.
February 15, 2021