Available 6.2L V-8 small block makes 420 hp and 460 lb.-ft. of torque.
6.2L’s larger displacement enables engine to stay longer in V-4 mode than siblings.
New Silverado High Country logo signals Chevrolet’s entry into $40,000-plus pickup segment.
High Country distinguished by chrome grille with horizontal bars, body-color front and rear bumpers and 20-in. chrome wheels.
Inside, High Country features saddle brown interior, heated and cooled seats, premium leather and other amenities.
High Country interior nicer than dated Ford King Ranch, but lacks details and artistic flair of Ram Laramie Longhorn.
Upmarket logo displayed througout truck's exterior and interior.
GMC Sierra Denali features distinctive chrome grille, 20-in. chrome wheels and other specific decorative trim.
Inside, Denali features modern, technical look and advanced electronic features.
Premium-quality materials and craftsmanship featured throughout Denali interior.
Redesigned doors and arpertures feature triple seals to create extraordinarily quiet cabin.
Thanks to underlying engineering and design strengths, the new Chevy and GMC trucks are fully capable of going head-to-head with Ford and Ram rivals. (See related story: GM Rolls Out Serious Luxury Pickup Contenders.)
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