“I’m pushing the engineers and designers to give me a credible [Canyon] Denali,” Aldred told Automotive News. He added that about 20 percent of GMC vehicles sold to the public are equipped with Denali trim, and he would like to see that number rise with the proliferation of the Canyon Denali. Currently, the Canyon is the only GMC vehicle not available with the package.
If Aldred has his way, you can expect a Canyon Denali to be able to approach $50,000, as the least expensive Sierra 1500 Denali carries an MSRP of $49,410 (including delivery) and only goes up from there. The price difference between the two may appear too close for comfort for some but a premium pickup that’s smaller than the usual full-size fare would be something new for everyone.