In this road test from PickupTruck.com, the GMC Sierra Denali receives plenty of praise except for not getting some upgrades from its Yukon brother. I believe GMC was trying to keep the Sierra's price down (this Denali stickered for $42,000) but by not adding the multi-link, coil spring rear suspension, StabiliTrak and the Autoride suspension system the Sierra loses a little of its high-end mystique. This article already mentions the Honda Ridgeline as competition to the GMC as well as the new Lincoln Mark LT.
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