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GMC Denali Lineup Growing in Numbers and Popularity


The GMC Family includes the Terrain, Acadia, Yukon and Sierra

The GMC Family includes the Terrain, Acadia, Yukon and Sierra

What began as an upscale trim level on the 1999 GMC Yukon full-size SUV has grown in 13 years to become a sub-brand of eight individual models today, representing the best of GMC performance, technology and style in their respective segments.

To date, more than a half-million Denali vehicles have been produced at a pace that is constantly increasing. While the GMC brand grew 19 percent in total sales from 2010 to 2011, Denali sales increased by 79 percent.

“Denali is the ultimate expression of Professional Grade,” said Tony DiSalle, U.S. vice president of GMC Marketing. “These are the most-capable, most-advanced and most-luxurious vehicles GMC offers.”

The Denali name itself reflects that mission statement. Derived from the native name for Mount McKinley in Alaska – North America’s highest peak – it can be translated to mean “the high one.”

More than half of all GMC Yukons sold in 2011 were Denalis, while nearly a quarter of all Sierra HDs and 28 percent of Acadias last year wore the badge. Later this year, the new 2013 Terrain Denali joins the growing model range.

Since its inception, the Denali trim has comprised a core set of design characteristics. On the exterior, every vehicle features chrome wheels, chrome elements in the front grille and body-color moldings. The Denali script is displayed prominently on the outside of each front door.

Inside, Denalis use premium materials such as soft leather and mahogany wood accents. These top-trim vehicles have introduced features such as upgraded audio systems and ventilated front seats to the GMC brand.

To watch the 2013 GMC Terrain Denali video, click here.

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March 20, 2012 - Posted by | Coulter Tempe, GMC Trucks | , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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