This truck has been up the rocky mountains down some back country trails and in some crazy winter storms and yet it looks and feels brand new. Truck has lots of power considering the it weighs the same as a super duty. Comfort is amazing. Truck is over ten years old and 150K in it and it runs like a beauty. Changed the plugs and wires, normal maintenance and no major issues. Truck has loads of room and even with it packed to the rim it feels empty when loaded. Excellent truck recommend one to anyone.
- Heated seats front and back
- Bose stereo sounds crystal clear and enough bass to give you a headache
- 350 is a solid powerful engine, no complaints
- Braking distance isn't great but not hard to upgrade to aftermarket brakes to solve this problem
- Exhaust holds lots of power back, upgrade to a system with more flow and you'll burn your tires whenever you want
- Rear end is funny looking is looking straight on from the back. Fixed the next year.
My 2000 Denali now has 147k on it and I still love it! This is the most comfortable truck I've ever owned, not sure what I'll do when the time comes that it has to be retired. I've only had to do minor repairs to my vehicle, very reliable. I am having an issue with the headlights, does anybody know if there is a way I can put bi-xenon in, and if so where would I get them? Thanks.
It stops like a dump truck, and the inadequate 255/330 BHP/TQ 5.7 liter engine moves this 3 ton SUV slowly (10+ seconds 0-60) and inefficiently (14 miles per gallon - mostly highway). However, it's a very comfortable vehicle with good ergonomics and comfortable seats.
Room, 4WD and toy hauler.
Necessary improvements were made in the next model year and beyond: better brakes and more horse power.
This is for a 2004 Denali with nothing but problems. Dealers cannot find and fix the shaking and the wandering on these vehicles and are denying a problem even exists. It appears the frames or the design of these vehicles are in question and appear to drive very unstable down the road. Not all Denali's have this problem but there are a lot that do. I feels like you are driving down a bumpy road when the road is not. read the forums at http://townhall-talk.edmunds.com I can deal with the paint problems on the console and the Speedometer issues and all the cosmetic stuff, but I cannot deal with the real problems like bad welds in the frames and the wobbling down the road. I will never buy GM