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John Goreham

Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com

11-30-2017

 

GMC revealed the  2018 Yukon Denali Ultimate Black Edition at the LA Auto show while handing out black ice cream cones. This new halo trim brings every available option on the Yukon Denali with the Open Road package plus a style all its own.

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The Ultimate Black Edition is available on either the two or four-wheel drive Yukon and comes only with Onyx Black exterior paint.

 

The unique trim adds:

-New black-painted 22-inch wheels with chrome inserts

-Polished exhaust tip

-Chrome mirror caps

-Premium carpeted floormats

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These “ultimate” edition GMCs are a joke. Just some existing options and a set of wheels.

 

I just picked up a Sierra Denali ultimate and I can assure there is nothing ultimate about it over any other loaded Sierra Denali. The wheels are especially ugly too.

 

What about an actual black out package about for these Denali trucks for those of us that don’t like all the chrome.

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On 11/30/2017 at 4:10 PM, Gorehamj said:

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John Goreham

Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com

11-30-2017

 

GMC revealed the  2018 Yukon Denali Ultimate Black Edition at the LA Auto show while handing out black ice cream cones. This new halo trim brings every available option on the Yukon Denali with the Open Road package plus a style all its own.

2018-GMC-Yukon-Denali-Ultimate-Black-008.jpg

The Ultimate Black Edition is available on either the two or four-wheel drive Yukon and comes only with Onyx Black exterior paint.

 

The unique trim adds:

-New black-painted 22-inch wheels with chrome inserts

-Polished exhaust tip

-Chrome mirror caps

-Premium carpeted floormats

2018-GMC-Yukon-Denali-Ultimate-Black-005.jpg

LMFAO....  Unlike Chevy, it would appear that our Grandfathers still working at GMC have no F-ing clue what BLACK-OUT means.   

 

Here's a clue Grampa, we HATE all the wood trim inside and we'd like a choice to ELIMINATE all the cheesy chrome you keep putting on these trucks & SUV's....  Its not rocket science.......

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The name is "Ultimate-Black" not "Ultimate-Blackout"  Gees you guys must squeak when you walk...

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I like it. 

I also feel that the completely Blacked out look is a bit over played and will soon be considered out dated.

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When they are a year old, the black out versions just look old IMHO, more so than the regular version - wouldn't own one. 

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Frankly, it matters little what anyone prefers in their choice of SUV/truck so long as they are happy with their choice. Well , maybe a safety yellow or Kermit the Frog green rig may be a bit much for most of us except those who crave attention?   

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16 hours ago, GMWOLF said:

Frankly, it matters little what anyone prefers in their choice of SUV/truck so long as they are happy with their choice. Well , maybe a safety yellow or Kermit the Frog green rig may be a bit much for most of us except those who crave attention?   

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Looks like you have the Ultimate White edition.

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On 12/1/2017 at 12:40 PM, MonkeyMouth said:

"Ultimate Black", but still has chrome.

+1, sounds like the ultimate marketing spoof.

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