At Shepherd’s Chevrolet, Buick, GMC in Kendallville, Indiana, we want to help you make a confident and informed choice when it comes to your new vehicle. Here we have compared the all-new 2021 GMC Yukon Denali starting at only $68,400 to the 2021 Ford Expedition King Ranch starting at $72,735.
What sets the Denali apart from its competition? First-in-class four-corner air ride adaptive suspension will raise or lower 2 inches, class-leading 15-inch head-up display, and a 9 camera view. Where the Expedition only has one engine available, the Denali gives you a few options.
Are you looking for best-in-class 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque? It is all yours when you go with the 6.2L V8 engine.
The all-new Denali has new options available like the active response 4WD system, interior design options, power sliding console with hidden storage that is not accessible when in Valet mode, 12.6 in. rear-seat touch screens, just to name a few! Come in today for a test drive at Shepherd’s Chevrolet, Buick, GMC in Kendallville, Indiana, where we’ll always treat you like family.
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