2018 GMC SIERRA DENALI 5.3L/ 6.2L REVIEW & CHANGES – Consuming delivery of new long-term vehicles is constantly fun, and one of the best elements about introducing a vehicle to our fleet is certainly the part whenever we get to spec it out. We just added a 2018 GMC Sierra Denali to our fleet and technological editor Frank Markus got no problems in determining how to buy the truck.
Markus went big, getting to for the very top model supplied: a Denali Crew Cab 4×4 with the 6.5-foot mattress and chrome 22-inch wheels that alone cost $2295. Markus also examined off the smart $230 trailer-brake controller, bringing the grand fully to $54,585. However, he didn’t go way too nuts because he maintained to withstand the beefy 6.2-liter engine. Although he states it absolutely was worthwhile, do you consider it had been? For today’s TOTD, we wish to know whether or not you would go vanilla flavor with the base 5.3-liter engine, or go all-out for the 6.2-liter V-8.
Without incorporating any options, the truck might be the one you have for $49,410. For $1995 more, you could possibly get the 420-hp 460 lb-ft 6.2-liter V-8 and spend a grand complete of $51,405. Instead of choosing for a lot more power for close up to $2000, the base might be got with many other features these kinds of as an off-road suspension package ($255), power sunroof ($995), and a rear-seat entertainment package for $1495.
Would you adhere to the base 5.3-liter engine like Markus, or would you upgrade to the 6.2-liter engine? Allow us to know in the feedback under for today’s TOTD!