i was asking if a gmc denali pickup with awd is as strong as another gmc pickup with 4wd say for driving in deep snow and for pulling in deep snow and do they work the same

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the real differance that your going to notice is not having the 6.2 with the denali and having a 5.3 or 4.6 with the serria for towing. but their basically the same truck other then that.

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