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Differences between High Country and Denali

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Besides the obvious styling differences, what are the major differences between the High Country and Denali?

 

 

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2 hours ago, _CROW said:

Besides the obvious styling differences, what are the major differences between the High Country and Denali?

 

Power-up tailgate vs. Multi-Pro, fender mouldings, adaptive ride control.

 

Basically there aren't "major" differences.  Might be more differentiation at the lower end, but High Country Deluxe/Premium and Denali Ultimate are pretty much the same.

The major difference for me when I was shopping is that it was easier to find solid deals on the Denali, but I still picked the High Country for styling.

 

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In addition to above, Denali (as well all GMCs except base models) have real metal dash trim instead of the bronze plastic of the HC. Also noticed that the grain of the leather on Denali is a lot deeper/ more pronounced than on the Chevy. On the flip side, High Country can be had with Max Trailering Package, Denali can’t. 

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