not to burst your bubble and all, but I got it of the live cams on the Chicago Auto Show site, so CALM DOWNOriginally posted by Josh O@Jan 30 2004, 10:21 PM
It's very vague. that said, whatever happened to not posting embargoed photo's and information?
ahh I dunno. That metal grill isnt chrome like it is now, its more of a brushed aluminum.Originally posted by 99Hugger@Jan 31 2004, 05:51 AM
Im not sure if im looking at the same pic as you guys see.All I see is a pic of the current Sierra grill.
It is the new Denali, NOT JUST A SIERRA...Originally posted by GMFAN85@Jan 31 2004, 07:41 AM
What exactly do you mean by that? Is it the next generation one based off the new platform or is it just another freshening of the current one before the all new pickup arrives? If it is all new, I'll be quite dissapointed.
Excellent Post, and I agree whole-heartdly(sp?)Originally posted by babershah@Jan 31 2004, 10:50 AM
GM seems to be lagging a little BIT in the FULLSIZE truck market, I mean the trucks are fantastic, even horsepower is class leading. But I must admit Ford and Nissan interiors are much finer and better.
These are the models I hope they give a new Interior:
CARS that really need new interior GM is working on it I think
Buick Park Avenue
Ford's new car interiors are SPECTACULAR, the FiveHundred has comfy leather and Freestyle is nice too, Buick needs to pick up the market with new stylish cars!!!!
I think the 2006 model will be new, I hope so. GM is going back to freshening up its car lineup and doing great with it but SUV and Trucks still are a BIG PART of the market.Originally posted by Tek@Jan 31 2004, 06:21 PM
Yawn, the Sierra needs more than a new front end to compete with the Ford(ugghh I hate to say that word) and the new Nissan Titan.