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2019 GMC Sierra Denali Recalls Classic Suburban Pickups | Gaywheels
Back in 1955, GMC introduced the Suburban pickup, a companion to the luxurious Chevy Cameo fleetside that was essentially a show truck for the streets, stoked with GM's new small block V8 engine. It was the Cadillac of pickups. Sixty-four years later, GMC launches the redesigned 2019 Sierra Denali. Sierra Denali embraces the look of luxury with a cliff of a chrome grille, 22" alloy wheels, power running boards, and formal chrome-ringed windowline. LEDs gleam from the headlamps, running lights, foglamps, and taillights. Out back, the new Multi Pro tailgate features a "tailgate within a tailgate" that separates to form a step for hopping into the bed or a comfortable footrest for tailgating. Much of the inner structure of the Sierra's bed is crafted from carbon fiber to reduce weight. The concept of luxury in pickups has changed dramatically over the decades. Two-tone paint, radio, and air-conditioning would have challenged Cadillac in the '50s, but today's GMC aims much higher. Climb