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Okay, so we all know that what's in the published specs is rarely the real payload of the truck.

 

For those of you lucky enough to have your 2020 HDs delivered already, could you please share what your configuration and trim level are, and what does the door sticker say your payload and tow rating are?

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On 8/1/2019 at 2:25 PM, ApertureX said:

Okay, so we all know that what's in the published specs is rarely the real payload of the truck.

 

For those of you lucky enough to have your 2020 HDs delivered already, could you please share what your configuration and trim level are, and what does the door sticker say your payload and tow rating are?

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On 8/3/2019 at 11:48 AM, sdelam said:

Denali crew cab, diesel

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I see from your profile that's a 2500HD. Which mean it's 561 pounds less than the published specs for 2020 2500HDs. Is that fully loaded with the Denali Ultimate Package and the Gooseneck/5th Wheel Prep Package?

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1 hour ago, ApertureX said:

I see from your profile that's a 2500HD. Which mean it's 561 pounds less than the published specs for 2020 2500HDs. Is that fully loaded with the Denali Ultimate Package and the Gooseneck/5th Wheel Prep Package?

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Yes Denali ultimate, 5th wheel prep, and snow plow prep

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As well has which cab and engine, payload for 2500 crew also depends on wheels, long/short box, 2wd/4wd, trim level and installed options.  

 

 

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Nice, that’s 900 lbs more than my ‘17 2500 HC CC DMax...1350 higher GVWR goes to 450lb heavier curb weight and 900 lbs more paylod capacity...that’s what it should be, probably more than a 3500 SRW from previous generation.

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On ‎8‎/‎4‎/‎2019 at 1:20 PM, ApertureX said:

I see from your profile that's a 2500HD. Which mean it's 561 pounds less than the published specs for 2020 2500HDs. Is that fully loaded with the Denali Ultimate Package and the Gooseneck/5th Wheel Prep Package?

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The 3597lbs is on a crew cab long box with 18" or 20" wheels.  Its all in the build/trim level and options.  If OP is a standard box, its 3563lbs max with 18 or 20 inch wheels.  And that is probably a zero option WT trim truck.     

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Saw this at a local dealer. LT CC 4X4 Std. Bed. Impressive payload.

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16 hours ago, EastCoast HD said:

Saw this at a local dealer. LT CC 4X4 Std. Bed. Impressive payload.

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From the dealer's website:

2500HD LT 4WD Gas

 

STEERING COLUMN MANUAL TILT AND TELESCOPING, REMOTE VEHICLE STARTER SYSTEM, ENGINE 6.6L V8 with Direct Injection and Variable Valve Timing gasoline (401 hp [299 kW] @ 5200 rpm 464 lb-ft of torque [629 N-m] @ 4000 rpm) (STD), USB PORTS (INSTRUMENT PANEL WITH BENCH SEAT) 2 also includes 1 SD card reader (first row), TAILGATE GATE FUNCTION MANUAL WITH EZ LIFT includes power lock and release, CONVENIENCE PACKAGE includes (CJ2) dual-zone automatic climate control (A2X) 10-way power driver seat including power lumbar (KA1) heated driver and passenger seats (KI3) heated steering wheel (N37) manual tilt/telescoping steering column (C49) rear-window defogger (ATH) Keyless Open and Start (NP5) leather-wrapped steering wheel (N06) steering column lock (BTV) Remote Start (UTJ) content theft alarm (QT5) EZ Lift power lock and release tailgate (UF2) bed LED cargo area lighting (T3U) LED fog lamps (B1J) rear wheelhouse liners (AZ3) front 40/20/40 split-bench with under-seat storage (KPA) auxiliary power outlet (USS) 2 charge-only USB ports for second row, UNIVERSAL HOME REMOTE, DEFOGGER REAR-WINDOW ELECTRIC, RADIO HD, TIRE SPARE LT275/70R18 ALL-TERRAIN BLACKWALL, USB PORTS DUAL CHARGE-ONLY (2ND ROW), REAR AXLE 3.73 RATIO, LICENSE PLATE KIT FRONT, POWER OUTLET INSTRUMENT PANEL 120-VOLT (400 watts shared with (KC9) bed mounted power outlet), TRANSMISSION 6-SPEED AUTOMATIC HEAVY-DUTY (STD), SKID PLATES protect the oil pan front axle and transfer case, STEERING WHEEL HEATED, CONVENIENCE PACKAGE II includes (KI4) 120-volt power outlet (KC9) 120-volt bed-mounted power outlet (IOS) Chevrolet Infotainment System with 8" diagonal color touch-screen with (MCR) USB ports (U2K) SiriusXM Radio (U2L) HD radio (UVB) HD Rear Vision Camera (PZ8) Hitch Guidance with Hitch View (U1D) Advanced Trailering System (A48) rear sliding power window and (UG1) Universal Home Remote Crew Cab models include (R7O) Cloth Rear Seat with Storage Package., WHEELHOUSE LINERS REAR, ALTERNATOR 220 AMPS, WINDOW POWER REAR SLIDING with rear defogger, HD REAR VISION CAMERA, SIRIUSXM RADIO enjoy a 3-month All Access trial subscription with over 150 channels including commercial-free music plus sports news and entertainment. Plus listening on the app and online is included so you'll hear the best SiriusXM has to offer anywhere life takes you. Welcome to the world of SiriusXM., WHEELS 20" (50.8 CM) MACHINED ALUMINUM with high gloss Black painted accents 10-spoke, STEERING WHEEL LEATHER-WRAPPED, FOG LAMPS FRONT LED, HITCH GUIDANCE WITH HITCH VIEW, SNOW PLOW PREP PACKAGE includes (KW5) 220-amp alternator includes increased front GAWR on Heavy Duty models (NZZ) skid plates (transfer case and oil pan) pass through dash grommet hole and roof emergency light provisions. Contact GM Upfitter Integration at www.gmupfitter.com for plow installation details and assistance, LT PREFERRED EQUIPMENT GROUP includes standard equipment, AIR CONDITIONING DUAL-ZONE AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL, TIRES LT275/65R20 ALL-TERRAIN BLACKWALL, LAMPS SMOKED AMBER ROOF MARKER (LED), LED CARGO AREA LIGHTING located in pickup bed activated with switch on center switch bank or key fob, SEAT ADJUSTER DRIVER 10-WAY POWER including lumbar, SEATS FRONT 40/20/40 SPLIT-BENCH with covered armrest storage and under-seat storage (lockable), SEAT CLOTH REAR WITH STORAGE PACKAGE 60/40 folding bench for Crew Cab models includes seatback storage on left and right side center fold out armrest with 2 cupholders (includes child seat top tether anchor), TRAILERING WIRING PROVISIONS for trailering 5th wheel and gooseneck trailer includes additional 7-way wiring harness located at the rear.

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Got to drive a 2500HD Crew Cab Standard Bed GMC Denali yesterday. Very nice truck. It was the diesel with the Denali Ultimate package. About the only thing it was missing was the 5th Wheel Gooseneck prep package. GMC's listed Payload for this truck is 3,597lbs, so the options take off 448lbs. 

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Options from the dealer's website are listed below:

  • ALTERNATOR, 220 AMPS (Included with (L5P) Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engine or (VYU) Snow Plow Prep Package. Free flow on (L8T) 6.6L V8 gas engine.) (KW5)
  • AUDIO SYSTEM, PREMIUM GMC INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM WITH NAVIGATION AND 8" DIAGONAL COLOR TOUCH-SCREEN includes multi-touch display, AM/FM stereo, Bluetooth streaming audio for music and most phones; featuring Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability for compatible phones, advanced voice recognition, in-vehicle apps, personalized profiles for infotainment and vehicle settings. Includes greater memory. (Includes (PZ8) Hitch Guidance with hitch view. (STD) (IOT)
  • BED VIEW CAMERA camera in the CHMSL to show a view of the cargo bed, includes Two Trailer Camera Provisions (Included with (CMT) Gooseneck / 5th Wheel Prep Package. When (CWM) Technology Package is ordered, Trailer View Camera Provisions is replaced with (UVS) HD Surround Vision.) (UVN)
  • DENALI PREFERRED EQUIPMENT GROUP includes standard equipment (5SA)
  • DENALI ULTIMATE PACKAGE includes (CWM) Technology Package and (CF5) power sunroof *GROSS* (PEC)
  • EMISSIONS, FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS (FE9)
  • ENGINE BLOCK HEATER currently disabled for (L5P) Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engine only (Included with (L5P) Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engine.) (K05)
  • ENGINE, DURAMAX 6.6L TURBO-DIESEL V8, B20-DIESEL COMPATIBLE (445 hp [332 kW] @ 2800 rpm, 910 lb-ft of torque [1220 Nm] @ 1600 rpm) (Includes (K05) engine block heater.) (L5P)
  • EXHAUST BRAKE (Included and only available with (L5P) Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engine.) (K40)
  • GVWR, 11,350 LBS. (5148 KG) (Requires TK20743 model and (L5P) Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engine with 18" or 20" wheels or TK20943 model and (L5P) Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engine with 17" wheels.) (JGL)
  • HD SURROUND VISION WITH TWO TRAILER VIEW CAMERA PROVISIONS provides the driver with an overhead view of the scene around the vehicle on a center stack display (Included and only available with (CWM) Technology Package.) (UVS)
  • HEAVY DUTY FRONT SPRING PACKAGE (Not available with (VYU) Snow Plow Prep Package.) (F60)
  • JET BLACK, FORGE PERFORATED LEATHER-APPOINTED SEAT TRIM (H2X)
  • MULTICOLOR 15" DIAGONAL HEAD-UP DISPLAY (Included and only available with (CWM) Technology Package.) (UV6)
  • PICKUP BED includes bed assist step (STD) (E63)
  • REAR AXLE, 3.42 RATIO (Included and only available with (L5P) Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engine.) (GU6)
  • REAR CAMERA MIRROR, INSIDE REARVIEW AUTO-DIMMING WITH FULL CAMERA DISPLAY (Included and only available with (CWM) Technology Package.) (DRZ)
  • RED QUARTZ TINTCOAT (Available at extra charge.) (GPJ)
  • SEATS, FRONT BUCKET with center console (STD) (A50)
  • SUNROOF, POWER (Included in (PEC) Denali Ultimate Package. Not available with a government order type (FBC) and (FGO).) (CF5)
  • TECHNOLOGY PACKAGE includes (UVS) HD Surround Vision, (DRZ) Rear Camera Mirror, (UVN) Bed View Camera and (UV6) Multicolor 15" Diagonal Head-Up Display (Included with (PEC) Denali Ultimate Package.) (CWM)
  • TRAILER TIRE PRESSURE MONITOR SENSORS includes set of 4 sensors. Sensor functionality requires (U1D) In-vehicle Trailering App to be ordered with the vehicle and installed by the factory. Sensors will be shipped loose with the truck and will need to be installed on trailer by customer. System is capable of monitoring up to 6 wheels. Additional or replacement sensors are available through GM Accessories (PTT)
  • TRAILERING WIRING PROVISIONS, FOR TRAILERING, 5TH WHEEL AND GOOSENECK TRAILER includes additional 7-way wiring harness located at the rear of the pickup bed attached to the rear frame cross member (Not available with (CMT) Gooseneck / 5th Wheel Prep Package.) (UY2)
  • TRANSMISSION, ALLISON 10-SPEED AUTOMATIC (Included and only available with (L5P) Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engine. Not available with (PTO) Power take-off.) (MGM)
  • WINTER GRILLE COVER (Included and only available with (L5P) Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engine.) (BHP)
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I'm curious to see the payload sticker for a loaded 3500 Denali Duramax.

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On 8/12/2019 at 2:45 PM, JDT4719 said:

I'm curious to see the payload sticker for a loaded 3500 Denali Duramax.

 

3700 on the one I looked at. 

 

One of the dealers around me has a 2020 3500HD Denali, fully loaded.

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GM really nailed the 2500 capacities.

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17 hours ago, Skai R said:

 

3700 on the one I looked at. 

 

One of the dealers around me has a 2020 3500HD Denali, fully loaded.

Standard bed Duramax, right?

 

If so, then it means the fully loaded Denali Duramax combination will reduced the published payload by 450-490lbs. 

 

I know most trucks will be diesel, but has anyone seen a Denali with the gas engine and gotten it’s payload?

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