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Features: There are too many to list. Cadillac has nothing on this truck! Honestly, I probably only understand about 1/2 of the features this truck has to offer. It is full of tech. I have all the manuals to assist the new owner with exposing all of the options on the truck. Most of the options, except the rear video, wheels, and 6.2L engine, are standard on a Denali, but as for a few I find cool/useful, or otherwise worth mentioning:
(a) Seating: the rear seats are extremely comfortable and there’s plenty of room for adults to ride. I would gladly take a long trip in the back seat of this truck and I’m a big guy. The truck has more room in the back than my wife’s minivan and most passenger cars I’ve ridden in. The front seats are electric in every way imaginable. Both front seats are heated and air conditioned! Climate Control: With dual zone climate control, you and your front passenger can have it just the way you want it. Not only can you set two different temps, but with the heating and cooled seating, you can actually stay warmer or cooler than your passenger with no problem. For rear passengers, no worries about being comfortable because heat and air come to the back via floor vents as well as vents in the back of both front seats. It also has a heated steering wheel!
(b) The tech: One of the most amazing tech options for me is the wifi in the truck. It’s satellite based (Onstar) and is very inexpensive (around $20/month) and is very fast. I need wifi for my job wherever I am. The truck enables me to have it for all of my devices anywhere in the country even if I have no cell service. The truck can also have its own phone number. Yes, you don’t even have to own a phone… this truck will call and text for you (without a separate phone) for a fee to Onstar. Of course, you can make calls from your smart phone, answer calls and talk via the vehicles intercom/audio system at the push of a button (no problems with the truck hearing you while driving b/c there are multiple microphones & truck is whisper quiet). The truck accepts verbal commands for all tech functions from navigation to phone usage, to finding a gas station, to adjusting the media/radio, etc.. And, the truck almost always actually understands my commands (something not true for my previous vehicle). The truck has several USB connections throughout, multiple traditional cigarette jacks, 2 SD card jacks, 1/8 jacks in front and back, RCA connections for media in the back, volume control for the wireless headphones as well as for one set of wired headphones for the rear passenger. And, of course, bluetooth is available for connection to phones or any other blue tooth device (including hearing aids) for talking, playing music, etc.. I.e., if you wish to be connected, this is your truck! There is also a power-inverted 110 outlet as seen in the pics. This can power your laptop and other such small amperage items.
(c) 4 wheel drive: With the twist of a knob, you can be in 2WD, 4-low, 4-high, or the “auto” setting. In my opinion, this is a must for any truck.
(d) Towing: The truck has the full tow package with hook up for both types of often-used trailer connections. The cargo light is not just in the usual position above the bed, but there are LED’s in the inside rails of the bed as well so you can see well inside the bed in the dark. Transmission has tow/haul mode for saving the tranny under heavy loads. Pressing this button also changes the dash display to include a transmission temp reading.
(e) 8-Speed Auto transmission w/manual-paddle shifter: Shifts more smoothly than any truck I’ve ever driven. Unless you get into the throttle, you never notice the truck shifting. Similar to the Camaro (and other vehicles), if you put the transmission in “manual”, you can use the “+/-“ button on the automatic shifter to change gears and give the truck the feel of a manual. This also helps with pulling large loads.
(f) Remote vehicle start/control: Just download the “onstar app” and you can lock/unlock your doors, start or shut down the truck, and set off the truck’s alarm from anywhere in the world!
(g) It has a television, and you can watch in the fro