Everyone has probably seen the new 2014 GMC Sierra Denali on Monday night Football and it sure looks good. GMC has been very busy with reawakening the corvette, sharpening up the Impala, and designing this beast of a truck. This truck is sure to impress with its EcoTec3 6.2-liter V-8 engine that can produce 420 horsepower at (5,600 rpm) and 460 lb.-ft. of torque at (4,100 rpm).
Looking at the exterior of the 2014 GMC Sierra Denali, you’ll notice that it looks tough, rugged, and ready to do whatever job you need it to do. The attractive front grille, chrome 20-inch wheels, and body-colored bumpers make this truck stand out from the crowd. The headlights also enhance its stern look with its LED daytime running lamps. This Sierra Denali will make a bold statement when cruising down the road. Towards the rear of the truck, you’ll notice more of that nice trim and finish with the stainless steel exhaust outlet. The new Denali also comes equipped with a power sliding rear window and defogger.
GM steps up to the plate with the interior design. The Sierra Denali has plenty of power options in the front cabin. The first thing that catches your attention is the dash now equipped with a touch screen and comfy leather seats. All controls are easy accessible for both passenger and driver. There’s also plenty of room for storage and dual controls for the heated and cooled seats. The steering wheel now connected to an electric power steering rack will allow for better handling. Beyond the steering wheel is a nice set of gages illuminated in full detail to give drivers the information they need.
The new Sierra Denali looks equally beautiful under the hood. The new 2014 models come ready to roll with active fuel management, direct injection, and torque power. This is all possible with the new EcoTec3 6.2-liter V-8 engine. The engine doesn’t just sound heavy duty it really is. This engine produces some serious power providing the Sierra Denali with a maximum trailering capacity of 12,000 lbs. and 420 horsepower. The new engine creates a nice smooth ride as well as a full rush when you hit that accelerator. Needless to say, this truck and can give your adrenaline a real boost.
The 2014 Sierra Denali released this fall and priced at around $47,000 is more than a luxury truck that provides handy options, polished interior, and an engine that screams power. The performance alone sends a message to all its competitors that it’s soon to be the truck driver’s choice.