Great Vehicle To Own — Performance- is great all around. That doesn't happen with a simple air intake system or even a full set of hedders and full free flowing exhaust. I made up a really cool spreadsheet awhile ago to keep track of vehicle costs and fuel economy but nobody was interested in running a long-term comparison of stock trucks and ones that have had mods done to them. I'd be really curious if doing that actually helped. I bet you could break 19 on the highway no problem. If you don't exercise your engine once in a good while there is an increased likelihood of harmful deposits.
The transmission is a weak point, but mine hasn't let go yet. Performance The Denali is powered by a powerful Vortec 6. I also want it to sound as close to stock as I can, and some chrome pipes wouldn't look too shabby either. It goes without saying that these pieces wear out, but they do so slowly, meaning you may not notice they need attention until. For any given driving style, the best bang-for-buck is synthetic oils, then better tires.
If the O2 sensors are giving off poor readings that could hurt mpgs but usually it will throw a engine code. The brakes have been upgraded, and the engines run cleaner. I have carefully tracked fuel since new, and with almost 36,000 miles the single biggest gain was in using all synthetics. Fun, Comfortable Truck That Can Be Used For Daily Commute, Camping And Hauling. I'm thinking the Denali with 6.
To a certain point, driving like a granny will improve the fuel economy. Don't get me wrong, this truck isn't perfect, but none are. Exterior Features Meanwhile, on the outside, a number of great exterior features include but are certainly not limited to, tubular step boards, roof-marker lights, tonneau cover and color-keyed bumpers; fog lights and an 8-wire trailer harness add additional value. My 1984 Ford F-150 that I bought new is still running strong at +300,000 miles and +6,200 on the Hobb's. Abe When I ordered my truck, I highly considered a Denali and the dealer told me he had ordered and could order them with the 5.
While such features as four-wheel steering, a roomy rear cabin and a whopping 6. Jayman, I agree that synthetics are the 1 best thing you could do for your truck. It does everything pickups have always done, only better, with first-class hauling and towing capabilities. The front axle is biased about 35% and is run all the time. Don't ask, but my truck also has 126K on the clock, too. Love the features the Denali package has to offer. He made the mistake of not taking the aftermarket stuff off before going to the dealer.
One of the best vehicles I ever had. Then you can get lazy with servicing. All around a great truck. My commercial equipment runs the optional air fans Full on or dead off with rad shutters. I've had it since April and I get, on average, 14.
You can hook up a scantool to monitor engine load. Otherwise my truck is factory stock. Two other standard features, the 8-wire trailer hitch and the OnStar System give a sense of the dual priority present in the Denali's design. At the very least, my reduction in servicing cost is 60%, and my fuel economy gain is 4%. Does your Denali have the Borg Warner 1-speed open transfer? An engine hour-meter, power everything including adjustable pedals , and much more are part of the interior convenience or functional details.
The more stop and go driving you do, the worst the mileage will be. I went to every nursery in town, loaded up on mulch, topsoil and flats of impatiens. Sierra offers some of the best and most advanced engineering among pickup trucks. The Only Way To Go! The 4wd system is good, interior is comfortable, and ride quality is pretty good. I have an '03 Denali and I typicaly get around 14 mpg in town and around 18 mpg highway.