Does the 2019 GMC Canyon Denali Live up to the Denali Nameplate?

When it comes to just about any automaker that exists, it’s good to keep them ...

When it comes to just about any automaker that exists, it’s good to keep them honest by always asking questions. After all, while they do want to put out a quality product, sometimes, they might end up slacking just a little bit. It seems as if the Cars.com reveals the 2019 GMC Canyon Denali might just fall into that category.

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When it comes to the Denali nameplate, we know what it’s all about. The brand seems to be synonymous with the highest variety of luxury. Consumers to buy into these nameplates need to be careful sometimes, though. We aren’t necessarily making any accusations here. On the other hand, though, think about how easy it would be just to slap some leather in a vehicle and put a badge on it that indicates it’s supposed to be luxurious. Without looking twice, customers would probably be more inclined to buy such a vehicle as opposed to a lower tier. Meanwhile, this “lower tier” might not be that much worse off than the premium model.

In this one, we join in an a complete rundown of the 2019 Canyon Denali. Is this truck essentially bringing luxury to a smaller platform or is it taking the Denali name and stretching it out too far? We could really see how either one could be argued here. That question will be left up to whoever the consumer is in a situation like this, though.

By following along with the video below, we get the chance to get up close and personal with everything that the truck has to offer. Whether or not it lives up to the Denali name is certainly something that we’re sure will be talked about around the watercooler. After checking out this in-depth review, be sure to tell us what you think about the model.

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