Engine sizes

Asked by Apr 02, 2009 at 04:51 PM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

My girlfriend recently wandered into a car dealership to look at a 2007 Yukon Denali they had on sale. They offered her one that has 30,000 miles on the clock for $38,000. My problem is they said it has a 5.3 litre engine and I'm pretty sure that only the standard Yukon's come in 5.3 and the Denali is a 6.2 litre. Does anyone know if I'm wrong about this? Any clarification would be appreciated.

Chris Johnson

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You are right. The Denali comes only with the 6.2L engine.


all denali from 2007 n up is 6.2 2001-2006 is 6.0 5.3 is just yukon you're right bud

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some dealers put a denali grill, wheels , tail lights , logos , on a yukon to sell it with a higher price,Denali comes with 6.2 engine , when u open the door u will find denali logo where u put ur foot & denali logo on the steering wheel.

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Since 2007 the standard engine on the GMC Yukon (SLE) is a 4.8L. The uplevel engine on the Yukon SLE and standard engine on the SLT is a 5.3L. The 2007 and new GMC Yukon Denali has a standard 6.2L Variable Valve Time and Electronic Lift Control engine mated with a six speed automatic transmission. It is the only engine available (other than the 6.0L two mode hybrid) on the Denali since it's re-design in 2007.

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