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Motorcycles 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition Review

17:01  29 september  2020
17:01  29 september  2020 Source:   dirtrider.com

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Welcome to the new and improved 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali . This model is loaded with the luxury and style you deserve. The outside is tastefully accented

Featured editions . Denali carbonpro edition . The available GMC CarbonPro TM carbon -fiber composite bed delivers best-in-class dent, scratch and corrosion resistance. Starting at price for 2020 Sierra 1500 SLE. The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price excludes destination

It’s no secret that we spend lots of time behind the handlebars of many different dirt bikes each year here at Dirt Rider. While that is certainly the most fun and glamorous part of the job, there are also many hours spent behind the computer screen typing, editing, and making sure we are delivering the best possible content for you, our loyal reader.

a truck driving down a dirt road: Driving the 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition in the Southern California desert. © Jeff Allen Driving the 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition in the Southern California desert.

One of the other lesser-seen parts of the job is picking up bikes from manufacturers, transporting them to our office to dyno, weigh, and measure, and then heading out to riding areas to test that particular motorcycle, whether it be a motocross bike, cross-country racer, enduro model, or a dual sport (though we do spend time riding on the street with the latter). With that, we log plenty of miles behind the wheel of our trucks and vans taking delivery of and returning press motorcycles loaned to us. In the process, we inevitably learn about the best ways to load one, two, or sometimes three bikes in our vehicles to and from the track, trailhead, office, and back to the manufacturer’s headquarters.

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a truck driving down a dirt road: Driving the 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition in the Southern California desert. © Provided by Dirt Rider Driving the 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition in the Southern California desert.

Recently, GMC reached out to us about its new CarbonPro truck bed, which was designed by former professional motocross racer Carl Zipfel. As the lead designer behind the GMC Sierra’s CarbonPro truck bed, Zipfel used his experience of loading and transporting bikes for the past few decades to come up with and implement ideas to make the carbon fiber composite-constructed bed the most useful and best on the market, especially for dirt bike riders. Some of the motorcycle-specific features of the bed include three wheel indentations at the front that are specifically designed to hold the front tires of dirt bikes, and any other type of motorcycle for that matter, in place while loaded. Also, two additional tie-down hooks are located at the middle of the front of the bed, so you don’t have to run tie-downs through spokes or over wheels to secure two bikes.

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AT4 CarbonPro Edition Industry-first use of carbon -fiber composite in a pickup bed 6.2L V8 engine off-road pickup truck suspension is lifted 2 inches higher

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a close up of a sign: GMC is the first automotive manufacturer to offer a carbon fiber composite truck bed with its CarbonPro, which is available on the Sierra 1500 in both the Denali and AT4 trim levels. © Provided by Dirt Rider GMC is the first automotive manufacturer to offer a carbon fiber composite truck bed with its CarbonPro, which is available on the Sierra 1500 in both the Denali and AT4 trim levels.

2020 GMC Sierra 1500 MultiPro Tailgate

Another unique feature of the Sierra 1500 Denali is the MultiPro tailgate, which can best be described as two tailgates in one. It features a primary gate that is hinged like a conventional tailgate and a smaller inner gate, which is hinged within the primary gate panel itself. Raising and lowering these two tailgate panels in different combinations allows MultiPro to take on a variety of roles—most notably an entry step, which, according to GMC, supports up to 375 pounds.

a car parked on the side of a road: Designed by former professional motocross racer Carl Zipfel, the CarbonPro bed has multiple features that make loading, transporting, and unloading dirt bikes easier. © Provided by Dirt Rider Designed by former professional motocross racer Carl Zipfel, the CarbonPro bed has multiple features that make loading, transporting, and unloading dirt bikes easier.

In addition to arranging our interview with Zipfel, GMC lent us a 2020 Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition so we could experience the CarbonPro bed and MultiPro tailgate for ourselves. Unsurprisingly, the first thing we did after taking delivery was load bikes in it. A click of the bottom button on the MultiPro’s primary tailgate opens it, while a torsional spring and damper prevent the earth’s gravitational pull from slamming it down to the open position; rather, enabling it to lower in a slower, more controlled manner. A click of the tailgate’s top button brings the smaller inner gate down, at which point you click another button to unfold the step—a feature we came to enjoy and appreciate right away.

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Our full review of the 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 is live. Then there's the excellent carbon -fiber bed. Dubbed CarbonPro , it's part of the bed itself, not a bed liner. Not only does this save 60 pounds, but GMC let me whack it with a baseball bat as much as I wanted to test its strength; I eventually bent the

a close up of a sign: GMC is the first automotive manufacturer to offer a carbon fiber composite truck bed with its CarbonPro, which is available on the Sierra 1500 in both the Denali and AT4 trim levels. © Jeff Allen GMC is the first automotive manufacturer to offer a carbon fiber composite truck bed with its CarbonPro, which is available on the Sierra 1500 in both the Denali and AT4 trim levels.

The step makes loading and unloading bikes a much easier and less precarious endeavor, especially when the truck is positioned on a downward slope, such as when backed into a driveway, thereby making the tailgate higher off the ground than it would be if the truck were parked perfectly level. When I’m picking up or dropping off bikes I usually bring a bike stand with me to help make it less of a transition when stepping from the ground to the bed and then pushing the bike up a loading ramp, and vice versa when unloading. The MultiPro tailgate completely alleviates the need for that and is more sturdy because, unlike a bike stand, the step is attached to the truck itself and therefore cannot move or come flying out from underneath you when putting weight on it, especially if the stand is placed on a slick surface. The MultiPro tailgate’s step works excellently and is a very convenient feature not only for hauling bikes, but also getting in and out of the bed for any reason.

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2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Review . from the Cars.com expert editorial team. Technology-wise, the 2020 Sierra 1500 SLT, AT4 and Denali will get available adaptive cruise control that will be In addition to the unique carbon fiber bed, the Sierra AT4 CarbonPro Edition will get a new black chrome grille

Toggle vehicle navigation 2020 GMC Sierra Denali CarbonPro Edition Menu. The Sierra 1500 's updates include the following: •Available Enhanced ProGrade Trailering features a segment-first GMC -exclusive CarbonPro Pickup Box – The industry's first carbon fiber pickup box, developed to

a car parked on the side of a road: Designed by former professional motocross racer Carl Zipfel, the CarbonPro bed has multiple features that make loading, transporting, and unloading dirt bikes easier. © Jeff Allen Designed by former professional motocross racer Carl Zipfel, the CarbonPro bed has multiple features that make loading, transporting, and unloading dirt bikes easier.

Another helpful feature that comes in handy—more so when there aren’t any bikes in the back—is the grab handle, which unfolds from the left side of the bed. Also, the truck we were loaned was equipped with the MultiPro audio system by Kicker, which is accessed once the step is down and serves as a way to listen to some tunes if you’re loading up, or tailgating at an AMA Supercross or Pro Motocross race.

2020 GMC Sierra 1500 CarbonPro Bed

a car parked on the side of a mountain: Three wheel indentations at the front of the bed are one of the main dirt bike-specific features of the CarbonPro. With a depth of 1.5 inches, the chocks help keep the bikes rock solid during transport, aided by the use of high-quality tie-downs like those from Works Connection employed here. © Provided by Dirt Rider Three wheel indentations at the front of the bed are one of the main dirt bike-specific features of the CarbonPro. With a depth of 1.5 inches, the chocks help keep the bikes rock solid during transport, aided by the use of high-quality tie-downs like those from Works Connection employed here.

Once you have the bikes in the bed, the dirt bike-specific features become even more apparent on the CarbonPro Edition. With a total of three wheel indentations, the two outer wheel slots are designed for loading two bikes while the middle is ideal for a single motorcycle, especially one with a wider front tire as the center wheel indentation has a larger diameter than the other two at 6-3/4 inches wide, while the two outer indentations measure in at 5-1/8 inches wide. All three wheel indentations have a depth of 1.5 inches.

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a car parked in front of a mountain: Three wheel indentations at the front of the bed are one of the main dirt bike-specific features of the CarbonPro. With a depth of 1.5 inches, the chocks help keep the bikes rock solid during transport, aided by the use of high-quality tie-downs like those from Works Connection employed here. © Jeff Allen Three wheel indentations at the front of the bed are one of the main dirt bike-specific features of the CarbonPro. With a depth of 1.5 inches, the chocks help keep the bikes rock solid during transport, aided by the use of high-quality tie-downs like those from Works Connection employed here.

At first, we were admittedly a bit skeptical that the indentations would be deep enough to hold the wheels in place during transport, but we were quickly proven otherwise as the bikes stayed rock solid in the carbon fiber composite bed with the Works Connection tie-downs we used. Securing the bikes was a snap, and not having to reach through the spokes or over the wheels to secure the bikes' inner tie-downs to the other side of the bed was a major plus. Instead, we attached the inner tie-downs to the conveniently placed hooks in the middle of the front of the bed.

If there’s one aspect we would change on the CarbonPro bed if given the choice, it would be the position of the outer wheel indentations. While they worked excellently the majority of the time, the spacing between them positioned some bikes close enough to where grips and levers made slight contact when the bikes were perfectly upright. We feel the chocks could be positioned a little further away from each other (toward the outside of the truck) to avoid any contact of the bike’s controls, yet still not be too close to the side of the bed to where the bikes would make any contact with it either. However, in the cases we did encounter bikes being too close to each other, we combated it by pulling down on the outer tie-downs to make the bikes lean toward the outside of the bed, then moved the rear wheels away from each other slightly to bring the bikes back to more of an upright position.

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a close up of a car: A look inside the cab of the Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition. © Provided by Dirt Rider A look inside the cab of the Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition.

The CarbonPro Edition is currently available exclusively on the Sierra 1500 in both the high-end Denali and off-road-oriented AT4 trim levels, but only with crew cab, short bed configuration. The short bed measures in at 70 inches from front to rear with the tailgate shut, which means you cannot close the tailgate with two bikes loaded with the front wheels positioned in the wheel chocks. However, it’s worth noting that because many full-size dirt bikes have an overall length of approximately 86 inches, you could not do so with GMC’s standard length bed for the Sierra 1500 as it measures in at a claimed 79.4 inches with the tailgate shut, so the fact that GMC doesn’t currently offer the CarbonPro bed in the standard box length isn’t a deal breaker in terms of being able to shut the tailgate with the wheels positioned in the chocks. With the tailgate down, the front of the bed to the rear of the tailgate measures in at 96 inches on the short box-equipped truck we tested, which is more than enough surface area to handle two full-size dirt bikes.

a car parked on the side of a mountain: The MultiPro tailgate offers several functions, the most convenient of which for loading and unloading bikes is serving as a step. © Provided by Dirt Rider The MultiPro tailgate offers several functions, the most convenient of which for loading and unloading bikes is serving as a step.

It’s worth noting that if you are carrying one bike and want to load it catty-corner (with the front wheel at the left or right front corner of the bed and the back wheel at the opposite rear corner), you can easily do so and shut the tailgate with room to spare as the measurement for that dimension is 89.25 inches. With a total of 14 tie-down hooks, the CarbonPro bed offers a plethora of locations to secure additional items such as a gas can, toolbox, bike stand, cooler, E-Z Up, chairs, and any other items you may want to bring with you for a day of riding. There are also two lights in the bed, which come in handy when loading up after the sun has set.

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a close up of a car: A look inside the cab of the Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition. © Jeff Allen A look inside the cab of the Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition.

One of the MultiPro tailgate’s features that we didn’t make much use of is the built-in load stop, which is the same component that serves as the step when the tailgate is down. It is designed to function as a bed extender to prevent items from flying out the back of the truck, especially upon acceleration. We tried using it, but it doesn’t latch in the upward position, so it came down while we were driving—likely under braking. It’s also a bit short to prevent something as large as a gear bag from falling out of the back. We could see it being useful to secure shorter items that are pressed against it such as when picking up some plywood or drywall from your local Home Depot. While the load stop is a well-intentioned part of the tailgate, we preferred to secure all of the items that could fly out of the bed during transport with either tie-downs or rope and had no issues. It’s also worth mentioning that the floor of the CarbonPro bed has grip tape applied to it, which helps items stay in place and provides excellent traction when standing in the bed, even when wet.

How Does The 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition Drive?

a car engine: Our test vehicle came equipped with GMC’s largest-displacement engine offered on the Sierra 1500 with its 6.2L EcoTec3 V-8. Claimed to produce 420 hp at 5,600 rpm and 460 pound-feet of torque at 4,100 rpm, and paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission, the naturally aspirated powerplant stayed between 1,000 rpm and 1,500 rpm during the majority of the time we drove it, which was undoubtedly a contributing factor to it getting as high as 21 mpg—an impressive number for a full-size truck with such a sizable engine. © Provided by Dirt Rider Our test vehicle came equipped with GMC’s largest-displacement engine offered on the Sierra 1500 with its 6.2L EcoTec3 V-8. Claimed to produce 420 hp at 5,600 rpm and 460 pound-feet of torque at 4,100 rpm, and paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission, the naturally aspirated powerplant stayed between 1,000 rpm and 1,500 rpm during the majority of the time we drove it, which was undoubtedly a contributing factor to it getting as high as 21 mpg—an impressive number for a full-size truck with such a sizable engine.

It wouldn’t be a truck review without mentioning how it performs on the road, and off it. The vehicle we were loaned was spec’d with GMC’s 6.2L EcoTec3 V-8 engine, which is the highest-displacement offering for the Sierra 1500 and is only available with four-wheel-drive capability for the Denali. Paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission, the naturally aspirated powerplant is claimed to make 420 hp at 5,600 rpm and 460 pound-feet of torque at 4,100 rpm. Needless to say, the 6.2L engine got the truck moving in a hurry and there was never an instance where we felt like we wanted or needed more power. The 10-speed automatic transmission always knew what gear to be in, keeping the tachometer between 1,000 rpm and 1,500 rpm the majority of the time—the only exception being in the case of a sudden, hard press on the gas pedal, where it shifted at the appropriate times and allowed the engine to quickly work its way into the higher rpm with authority.

Although gas mileage isn’t at the forefront of most truck buyer’s minds, especially those looking to purchase a full-size pickup with a high-displacement engine, we were pleasantly surprised with how well the Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition did on fuel. The first few fill-ups came after shooting photos of it, which involved lots of stop-and-go driving, having the air-conditioning blasting, and two bikes and everything two people would want to have for a day of riding loaded in the bed. In that scenario, we documented an average of 16.6 and 16.7 mpg. However, when driving the truck on the highway, still with the AC on nearly full blast, but with minimal stop-and-go driving and no items in the bed, we were able to average 21 mpg, which is 1 mpg more than the truck’s EPA fuel rating on the highway according to the window sticker for this particular vehicle. For a truck as substantial as the Sierra 1500 Denali, equipped with GMC’s largest-displacement engine option for the model no less, its fuel mileage is certainly impressive. The 10-speed automatic transmission is certainly a contributing factor to the truck’s lack of thirst as it kept the engine running at low rpm in most situations.

graphical user interface, application, website: Fifteen different camera views can be displayed on the GMC Infotainment System’s 8-inch touchscreen. Our favorite was the bed view camera, which helped us keep an eye on the bikes and cargo while driving. This angle also shows where tie-downs can be attached to the two additional hooks located at the middle of the front of the CarbonPro bed, which alleviates the need to route the inner tie-downs through spokes or over wheels when securing two bikes. © Provided by Dirt Rider Fifteen different camera views can be displayed on the GMC Infotainment System’s 8-inch touchscreen. Our favorite was the bed view camera, which helped us keep an eye on the bikes and cargo while driving. This angle also shows where tie-downs can be attached to the two additional hooks located at the middle of the front of the CarbonPro bed, which alleviates the need to route the inner tie-downs through spokes or over wheels when securing two bikes.

The Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition’s suspension was impressive on the street and in the dirt. The truck absorbed potholes on the pavement and small rocks on dirt roads with ease. Another feature that we enjoyed was the 15 different camera views displayed on the GMC Infotainment System’s 8-inch touchscreen. We mostly used the bed view camera to keep an eye on the bikes and cargo. Another camera view that came in handy, especially when parking, was the surround view, which essentially provides an overhead view of the truck so you can see where you are in a parking space. This is an especially convenient feature on full-size trucks.

a car parked on the side of a mountain: The MultiPro tailgate offers several functions, the most convenient of which for loading and unloading bikes is serving as a step. © Jeff Allen The MultiPro tailgate offers several functions, the most convenient of which for loading and unloading bikes is serving as a step.

2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition Pricing

a car engine: Our test vehicle came equipped with GMC’s largest-displacement engine offered on the Sierra 1500 with its 6.2L EcoTec3 V-8. Claimed to produce 420 hp at 5,600 rpm and 460 pound-feet of torque at 4,100 rpm, and paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission, the naturally aspirated powerplant stayed between 1,000 rpm and 1,500 rpm during the majority of the time we drove it, which was undoubtedly a contributing factor to it getting as high as 21 mpg—an impressive number for a full-size truck with such a sizable engine. © Jeff Allen Our test vehicle came equipped with GMC’s largest-displacement engine offered on the Sierra 1500 with its 6.2L EcoTec3 V-8. Claimed to produce 420 hp at 5,600 rpm and 460 pound-feet of torque at 4,100 rpm, and paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission, the naturally aspirated powerplant stayed between 1,000 rpm and 1,500 rpm during the majority of the time we drove it, which was undoubtedly a contributing factor to it getting as high as 21 mpg—an impressive number for a full-size truck with such a sizable engine.

As far as pricing, the Denali CarbonPro Edition package costs $4,055 on top of the standard vehicle price, which for the truck we tested was $58,200. In nearly all cases, buying a Sierra 1500 Denali with the CarbonPro package adds the Denali Ultimate Package, which tacks $4,910 onto the base price as well. The total vehicle price for the fully loaded, high-end Denali model we tested was $70,950, which is right in line with what most top-of-the-line, luxury, light-duty full-size trucks are going for today. For those who are not as concerned with having as many creature comforts and luxury features offered on top-of-the-line Denali trim for their Sierra 1500, the CarbonPro Edition package is available on the Sierra 1500 AT4 model as well for $1,060, but similarly adds the AT4 Premium Package ($3,355) and Technology Package ($2,125). When all is said and done, you can purchase the Sierra 1500 AT4 CarbonPro Edition for around $4,000 less than the total purchase price of the Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition with comparable features, which puts the retail price of the CarbonPro Editions roughly between $65,000 and $70,000 without any dealer incentives or special offers.

2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition Overall Impression

a car parked on the side of a dirt road: With a bed constructed of a high-end carbon fiber composite material that features three wheel chocks, a total of 14 tie-down hooks including two at the middle of the front of the bed, and a tailgate that functions as a step, the GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition is designed with dirt bike riders in mind. © Provided by Dirt Rider With a bed constructed of a high-end carbon fiber composite material that features three wheel chocks, a total of 14 tie-down hooks including two at the middle of the front of the bed, and a tailgate that functions as a step, the GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition is designed with dirt bike riders in mind.

What do we think of the GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition? It’s awesome. The truck combines all of the creature comforts of a luxury pickup with a bed constructed of a high-end material that has built-in wheel chocks, a plethora of strategically placed tie-down hooks, and a step to get in and out. The dirt bike-specific features are well thought out, and make everything involved with loading, hauling, and unloading bikes much less of a hassle, which in turns makes a part of our line of work and passion easier. GMC did a phenomenal job of designing and building a truck that serves as a bike hauler, is a joy to drive, and makes you feel like the king of the road. As hardcore dirt bike riders and enthusiasts, we think it’s awesome to see a major automobile manufacturer like GMC come out with a truck that has design features with dirt bikes in mind.

a car parked on the side of a dirt road: With a bed constructed of a high-end carbon fiber composite material that features three wheel chocks, a total of 14 tie-down hooks including two at the middle of the front of the bed, and a tailgate that functions as a step, the GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition is designed with dirt bike riders in mind. © Jeff Allen With a bed constructed of a high-end carbon fiber composite material that features three wheel chocks, a total of 14 tie-down hooks including two at the middle of the front of the bed, and a tailgate that functions as a step, the GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro Edition is designed with dirt bike riders in mind. a flat screen tv: Fifteen different camera views can be displayed on the GMC Infotainment System’s 8-inch touchscreen. Our favorite was the bed view camera, which helped us keep an eye on the bikes and cargo while driving. This angle also shows where tie-downs can be attached to the two additional hooks located at the middle of the front of the CarbonPro bed, which alleviates the need to route the inner tie-downs through spokes or over wheels when securing two bikes. © Jeff Allen Fifteen different camera views can be displayed on the GMC Infotainment System’s 8-inch touchscreen. Our favorite was the bed view camera, which helped us keep an eye on the bikes and cargo while driving. This angle also shows where tie-downs can be attached to the two additional hooks located at the middle of the front of the CarbonPro bed, which alleviates the need to route the inner tie-downs through spokes or over wheels when securing two bikes.

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