The base price of the test truck was $43,385. There were no options, so the sticker price was $44,105 with delivery. Warranty
Three years or 36,000 miles. Point: Four-wheel steering was the hot ticket on a few cars in the early 1990s, but it fell out of favor. Using it on a truck, however, is brilliant because it enhances maneuverability and stability, especially for towing. The Denali truck is loaded with luxury, all-wheel drive and 325 horsepower. Counterpoint: A bigger back seat and full-size back doors would make this truck an even more useful vehicle for families. Even though it is luxurious, i is quite expensive. Gas mileage is also an issue, and fingertip controls on the steering wheel look like an afterthought. SPECIFICATIONS:
Engine: 6.0-liter, 325 hp V-8
Transmission: automatic All-wheel drive
Wheelbase: 143.5 inches
Curb weight: 5,478 lbs.
Base price: $43,385
As driven: $44,105
Mpg rating: 11 city, 14 hwy.