In terms of steering and power. The Escalade drove like a car more than a truck and had plenty of power in reserve. Anyone ever drive a Denali? 2007+
Anyone else have experience with the Denali? Im particularly interested in how it drives and turns more than the power. The power is a tune issue and can be resolved.
I live in a part of the country where temps can go to -40, and 100 degrees in the summer, love the cooled seats, use them most everyday in the summer, one great option for sure. No HID lights is a disgrace on the GMC and many other GM cars/trucksThe smart choice depends on where you live. Up north who needs AC seats. Down south it's a major comfort amenity, especially if you're in and out of your truck frequently. My work takes me outside in hot and humid environments frequently so the AC seats improve the driving experience for me at least 100%. But even when I'm not getting hot and sweaty I find the AC seats greatly improve the comfort level of just driving around in hot weather. A 9 hour road trip to NC with AC seats, no problem. Sitting on leather seats with no ventilation for 9 hours, very uncomfortable. I'd rather fly.
The Tahoe doesn't get the 6.2L.Do the denalis have the digital and analog speedo now? That is the only other thing I could think of since they have the heated wheel/cooled seats commencing 2008.
For some reason, I really don't like the Denali/Yukon fronts and tail lights. Just personal preference. I would rather geta Tahoe LTZ Autoride 6.2 over a Denali. If fact, if they don't give me a reasonable lease buyout price next year, I will cross shop used Lades and Tahoe (outfitted as above).
That's one hella temp swing. GM got the seat and steering wheel heaters right, too. My wife has ice water in her veins. Most of the time I'll have my seats set on AC3 while she's on heat3, seat and back. When we went shopping for her SUV she'd always check the seat heaters. She settled on an X5 but she says my truck has the best seat heaters of everything she drove. Now why can't GM excel in every other aspect of automotive engineering. They need to find that guy in the seat engineering department and put him in charge of product development.I live in a part of the country where temps can go to -40, and 100 degrees in the summer, love the cooled seats, use them most everyday in the summer, one great option for sure. No HID lights is a disgrace on the GMC and many other GM cars/trucks