Get the Perfect Tree With Your GMC Sierra Denali

By Emily Eppley | December 13th, 2017

With so much to do for your holiday season, it’s nice to know the GMC Sierra Denali can help make decorating your home a breeze. This powerful truck can help you haul a holiday tree and fit the whole family in the spacious cabin to help you pick it out. Take a look at what makes the 2018 GMC Sierra an excellent truck for helping to tackle the holidays and give you an advantage all year long. See our current inventory now!

Thanks to the massive crew cab on the 2018 Sierra 1500 Denali, you’ll have ample room to bring the whole family to pick out a tree. From the heated front seats, you can quickly search for tree stand with the 8.0-inch diagonally color touch screen with built-in navigation and a customizable driver display. When you have your destination set, you can put on holiday music that will sound great in the Bose audio system.

After you and your family choose the ideal tree for your home, you’ll easily be able to load it into the available 6’6” box thanks to the 6-inch chrome assist steps that fold down in a snap. And with the spray on bed liner, you’ll know your bed will be safe from scratches or scuffs and with all the available tie-downs you can drive with confidence knowing your tree will be safe, too.

When you’re ready to go home, use the automatic starter to get your 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali warmed up before you sit back down in it and don’t forget to turn on the heated steering wheel. The available 6.2-liter EcoTec3 V8 engine offers the most V8 horsepower in the light-duty segment measuring in at 420 horsepower. With all that power, you know you’re ready to take on whatever the road sends your way – even if that means snow starts to fall on the drive home.

Stop by today to test drive an outstanding 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali and feel the power for yourself. This incredible truck is spacious and luxurious while still providing you with the rugged capability you need in a truck. Start shopping for your new truck now!

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