When it comes to the full-size SUV segment here in the United States, General Motors reigns supreme. Whether it be the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban models, or the more luxurious GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade models, Americans can’t seem to get enough of these family haulers. All of these T1 Platform SUVs are new for the 2021 model year, and represent a significant step on from their predecessors. Of course the ever-growing popularity of these SUVs presents an issue for owners who prefer a more unique ownership experience. Well thanks to the folks at Dave Sinclair Buick GMC in St. Louis, Missouri, you have a chance to take home this dealer-modified 2021 GMC Yukon Denali.
Dealer modified vehicles aren’t a new phenomenon, as any Nickey or Yenko Camaro fan can attest to. The team at Dave Sinclair Buick GMC has their own custom vehicle department, who are the ones responsible for their line of SUV builds. This particular truck started life as a well-optioned 2021 GMC Yukon Denali, powered by a 6.2L V8 engine producing 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. From there, the team fit the SUV with their exclusive Premium Dual-Tone Appearance Package. This package includes upgrades such as: black wrapping on the hood and roof, black-painted grille, monochromatic grille surround and accent pieces, an Illuminated front GMC emblem, a hand-painted rear GMC emblem, as well as black painted decals.
Other tweaks include the addition of black powder-coated factory wheels, a set of Nitto off-road tires, red-painted brake calipers, roof cross rails, and some dark window tint. All together, the changes make for a much more agro-looking machine. The two-tone look also brings a bit of Range Rover flair to the hulking American SUV, which is always welcome. According to the dealership, these visual adjustments carry a pretty significant price tag of $21,990. That is just under 35 percent of the base MSRP carried by the Yukon Denali.
The package pushes the sales price of this modified SUV up to $99,849, which is a lot of money for a new 2021 GMC Yukon Denali. That is especially true when you consider that there are no performance parts fitted to the truck. Let us know what you think of this package down below, or tell us how you would spend nearly $22,000 to modify a new Yukon Denali.
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I love this. Would love it even more if it were white instead of that red, but still gorgeous. I think I’d keep road tires on there to keep it a little more slick. I’d have to program it or add a CAI or a turbo/supercharger too. Just something! I’m not in love with the new badging program on the back so I would remove the YUKON from the tailgate. Keep the DENALI, obviously lol.