I love it..not too light and not black. I've always loved a dark brown in shoes, bags, etc. I will say it has a little more gray that I expected but it's still the best color that's offered, in my opinion.
I have a 2021 Yukon Denali and after a car wash and back to highway speeds, there is a pretty consistent tapping/flapping noise coming from outside top of truck. I believe I have narrowed it down to the strips that run down both sides of truck under the roof rail frame. If you look at them right by the windshield, the front of them are pretty loose. I have to think air is getting under them and moving around the excess water until it's gone (usually 3-5 mins at 70mph). Has anyone experienced this?
I had this occur on my 2021 Yukon Denali and the dealer updated some software that has resolved it.
Can it be done permanently? It's so annoying, especially for such a large engine. I get that I can push the button every time I get in but does anyone know if I can just disable?
I've always liked the dark brown interior with the white exterior. In my previous 3 Yukon Denalis, I went with black because I had such a hard time locating the Dark Atmosphere interior. With the 2021s, I jumped on the Dark Walnut/Gray because I dont expect that to be very common. The lighter beige is darker than last year but still too light and black is......still black. I also didnt care for the wood trim in the black interiors with the new choices. https://www.facebook.com/groups/2021yukondenali/
It's a piece of cake. Take the two plastic pieces off from around the mirror, unplug the plug on the left side and tap the purple and white for hot and black and white for ground. Done. https://www.facebook.com/groups/2021yukondenali/
Thanks and no, these were with the Mavic 2 Pro and I also shoot with the Inspire 2. Ground shots were with the Sony A9II, 24mm GM and the 135mm GM.
It's really great and a pretty decent step up from the previous model years. I owned 2 16s and an 18 (all 3 Yukon Denalis) and it's good to see them progress like they have with the technology. I have pretty much either had BMWs or GMCs the past few years and just came out of a 2017 X5 x50i M-Sport. Different beasts, no doubt, but I like how much more room I have. We have two labs, a 4-bike hitch mount tray carrier and a large Yakima cargo carrier so the Yukon will be much more suited for that. Love all of the cameras on it, especially the front cameras that automatically activate as you pull into a parking spot or closer to a bumper in a drive thru. The top down 360 cam also activates. The rear view mirror cam is solid as well. It's got 3 zoom levels on it and you can tilt the camera up and down from the mirror itself. I am hardwiring my radar detector today and am going to try and figure out how to disable auto start/stop permanently. It's pretty annoying. In my X5, you could disable it for good until you enabled it again. The rear entertainment system looks nice but if I can't get any streaming content to them, they will go unused by my two daughters. Pulling a Fire Stick off of a TV in my house to try out and will tap into one of their 15gb hotspot connections. It's a very quiet ride which I greatly appreciate. Not sure if you ever saw this or heard of these issues with previous models but I took a chance on the 2021, especially not driving it before I bought it. The bet seems to have paid off. https://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2015/12/theres-a-big-issue-with-gms-suvs-and-no-one-seems-to-have-a-solution.html I also created this group specific to these new SUVs. Check it out - https://www.facebook.com/groups/2021yukondenali/
Just got this SUV and in the past have pulled down the top console and connected wiring to a sunroof switch or some other accessory switch (I cant recall) for the power for a radar detector overhead and attached to my windshield. How can I determine how to do that with the 2021s?
My 4th Yukon Denali since 2016 and this one takes the cake. I wasn’t in a tremendous rush to get one but after realizing that there were only 4 within 500 miles of me AND one of them had the dark brown interior, I was in. I was going to catch an 8am flight from Richmond to Newark, grab the truck and drive it home but the owner of the dealership in NJ offered to have it delivered. Deal. I’m leasing it so didn’t really care that it would have 300+ miles on it from the start. The guy was on time, stopped to have it washed again and filled up with gas, was well prepared and as nice as could be. I put him in an Uber to the airport for his return trip and started to dive in. Today, I detailed it to my own liking including three rounds of Zaino and then took it out for some pics this afternoon. Glad to answer any questions! More high resolution images are here - https://www.creativedogmedia.com/Denali/n-NLRj3v/
Sharp. I just pulled trigger on a combo that was hard to find the past few years...white tricoat and the darker brown interior. Delivering to me from 400 miles away tomorrow afternoon.
Curious if you got a chance to see any other interiors in person. I have always like the Dune and the black as the Cocoa Shale was a bit too light for me. Not terribly fond of the wood in the black interior. Also, for the rear entertainment, seems perfect for young children but for teens with ipads/phones, are they even going to use that? (I ask as a father of two teens). Last, assuming those are the standard premium wheels that will likely be on most Denalis? I like them just fine but if you recall the previous MY, GMC put the smaller less attractive wheels on some of the builds. Making sure these are the "good ones."
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