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Old 10-01-2014, 05:35 PM   #15
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When will they get your Denali in phbarnhart? I' asuming the i is for the updated model with the 8spd?
There is a web site you can monitor from GM that has your order number. With that number you'll be able to track your order from start to finish as it's being built. If you didn't already l
know that of course.
Congratulations by the way. Do you still have your EB?

Yes, my understanding is that the i stands for interim.

I found a website to check the order status but it wasn't working. It appears as though it isn't a GM website but run by a third party. Which website do you recommend? My order is still at 1100 but I think that's because they haven't actually started building the 2015i yet.

No, the EB was sold about 6 months ago; our family grew and it was no longer big enough. The new Denali should be able to pull a new one if we decide to buy one. Perhaps in a few years when the baby is a little older.


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Old 10-01-2014, 05:48 PM   #16
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Wow that was fast on the sale!
Try this one:
Connects | GM vehicle order tracking

You may already have used this one?
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Old 10-01-2014, 05:50 PM   #17
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Wow that was fast on the sale!
Try this one:
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You may already have used this one?

Yes, that's the one I tried that didn't work. I checked out their Facebook page and it seems as though it no longer works because GM basically shut down their access.


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I just replaced the bent A-frame of my Bambi, I was too zealous in hitching to my 2500 2013 Suburban. I have a brand new shiney 3/16 tube frame. Do not ask how many $$$$ it took to get back on the road. You can have too much of a good thing.
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Old 10-01-2014, 09:43 PM   #19
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I just replaced the bent A-frame of my Bambi, I was too zealous in hitching to my 2500 2013 Suburban. I have a brand new shiney 3/16 tube frame. Do not ask how many $$$$ it took to get back on the road. You can have too much of a good thing.

Yeah, the rear suspension on that SUV is a pretty firm leaf spring setup; I've got a 2012 3/4. It's a fantastic towing machine.


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What is the projected mpg ... ?
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That's not out yet as far as I've been able to determine. Honestly I'm not expecting more than 1 or 2 mpg increase. It's still an almost 3 ton brick. I am expecting a much better driving experience though. What I've read about the new 8 speed transmission leads me to think that it's going to be much more responsive.
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Good luck! still, be careful not to overload!
I just spoke with the local GMC dealer and they have the new ordering info for the 2015 1/2 ton. With the Max Tow and 6.2 with 3.42 on 4x4 you can now go from 7200 to 7600lb GVW. Should help the payload.
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I assume that's for the pickup. The Yukon Denalis are coming with the 3.23 gearing and, in 4x4 Denali trim, have a GVWR of 7500lbs and a payload capacity of 1492lbs. The non-Denali trim has the same GVWR and a payload capacity of 1606lbs. Obviously, the door sticker on the vehicle controls as it takes into account that specific vehicle's options.
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Correct, yes, the pickup.


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OK, hold those thoughts. What about the Cadillac Escalade ESV, or whatever they call the Suberban sized unit?

I've been to the Cadillac website, as well as Edmunds, and they don't say much about axle ratios or tranmissions, or towing weights, but I'm thinking they should offer one similar to GMC for towing.

Can you still order these things and spec them out like you used to?
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Yes you can. The Eski and Denali should be the same. The site I go to has not been updated with the interim model information yet so I'm with you; I'd like to know more about the 2015I and where I can find the spec sheet for them.



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Yes you can. The Eski and Denali should be the same. The site I go to has not been updated with the interim model information yet so I'm with you; I'd like to know more about the 2015I and where I can find the spec sheet for them.



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That would be so cool. I could be happy with the Denali, but I really like the Caddy.
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