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2011 GMC Sierra Denali Crew Cab 2500 HD [GMT912]

2011 GMC Sierra Denali [GMT912] in Top Gear USA, Non-fiction TV, 2010-2016 IMDB Ep. 3.02

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: US

2011 GMC Sierra Denali Crew Cab 2500 HD [GMT912]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Ddey65 US

2012-09-01 15:27

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Nissan Titan Crew Cab.

kegare JP

2012-09-01 17:11

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:think:
Can anyone confirm or infirm?

owlman US

2012-09-01 18:47

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2007+ GMC Sierra to me

carcrasher88 US

2012-09-02 20:50

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Could this be a 2011+ Sierra 2500HD Denali? Seems to have the optional 20" forged polished aluminum wheels ($850 option).

-- Last edit: 2012-09-02 20:51:05

potter HU

2012-09-15 20:46

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carcrasher88 wrote Could this be a 2011+ Sierra 2500HD Denali? Seems to have the optional 20" forged polished aluminum wheels ($850 option).


Indeed 2011+ Sierra 2500HD Denali

camt123 CA

2013-09-29 21:01

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does look to have a 6.5 foot bed

camt123 CA

2013-10-20 00:44

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also a 1500 denali would be AWD not 4WD

Neptune US

2013-10-20 02:08

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The 1500 Denali could be called four-wheel drive, as well. They just lack low range and a driver selectable lock. The newer ones donít have a center geared differential but rather a center multi-disc electromagnetic clutch pack that transfers torque to the front wheels.

GM used to call all its 4x4 systems All-Wheel Drive, from about 1959 to about 1982. AWD would show up in advertisements and ownerís manuals along with 4WD. From 1983-ish onward they were referred to as Four-Wheel Drive.

I call them all "All-Wheel Drive" most of the time as its easy to distinguish it from Front-Wheel Drive and Rear-Wheel Drive.

Thatís probably why GM use the term "All-Wheel Drive", because they also used "Rear-Wheel Drive" instead of saying Two-Wheel Drive. It was easier for the reader to follow along.

-- Last edit: 2013-10-20 02:11:20

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