Since 1999, GMC has used the nameplate “Denali” to distinguish its top version of each SUV from the rest of the line. Like its namesake, the tallest mountain in North America, the 2016 GMC Acadia Denali exudes a quiet power grounded firmly on the Earth. Topping out at 20,156 feet high, Denali is the third most prominent peak after Mount Everest and Aconcagua. Not to be outdone, the 2016 GMC Acadia roof rack is located 70 inches above the ground, and is the most prominent new GMC SUV available in Lexington and neighboring roads. Expectations run high when it comes to the Denali lineage and for good reason; here’s how the 2016 GMC Acadia Denali features carry the torch into the new year:
There Are Three Particular 2016 GMC Acadia Denali features That Are Really Shaking the SUV Industry Up:
- The steering wheel in the 2016 GMC Acadia Denali is now made of leather rather than wood, allowing the entire wheel to be heated.
- Your spine moves in six directions, and would appreciate the eight-way power driver seat with power recline and lumbar control. As you can imagine, this luxury SUV by GMC is as comfortable as hot cocoa by the fireplace.
- The GMC Acadia Denali colors are becoming even more sophisticated, as Ebony Twilight Metallic and White Frost Tricoat have been added to the lineup of upscale hues.
Even if your 2016 GMC Acadia Denali height seems as big as a mountain, it doesn’t mean that you need to be in order to enjoy it! The chrome assist steps are a 2016 GMC Acadia accessory that shows that the sky is the limit when it comes to customizing your new SUV.
Test drives are available six days a week, however drivers are encouraged to refrain from trekking to the top of Denali during the tour. Once you drive your new SUV off the lot at your premier Lexington GMC dealership, then feel free to embark on any adventure that you choose. Glenn Buick GMC currently offers the 2016 GMC Acadia price with special winter GMC discounts, so you can save some cash for repelling gear and tents. Or marshmallows and graham crackers, I’m not judging.