2012 through 2014 Yukon Denalis.

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  1. KelzG

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    I'm in the market for a Denali, I've been looking specifically for years 2012 through 2014. My question is, is there any differences between these years? Whether it's small interior or exterior details, any options or anything?
    If I see a 2014 for a certain price, then see that same exact car except it's a 2012 for a couple grand cheaper, is there any reason to get the 2014 over the 2012?
     
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    Nope all the same, couple of color drops in the 14’s but not missing anything from 12-14
     
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    Alright, thanks for the info.
     
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    One thing Pete! Powertrain Grade Braking - Normal Mode was added in 2013.
     
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    Right!

    Most people don’t even realize it tho ;)
     
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    these still have AFM DOD correct?
     
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    Never going away
     
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    I agree. I have this crap in my 14 ram. Thankfully i can shut it off, but my fingers are crossed the damage has not been done and ill be doing cam/lifters in the future. Switching to Redline 5w30 should prolong it, at least. This is why i am looking at an 09 tahoe, escalade or denali. Want the 6.2 and dont want an engine that had afm. i dont want to gamble on 2 vehicles.
     
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    I also have an 09 Durango Limited Hemi with 140k and no issues. no AFM issues...
     
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    Also, other than snow and those who want to off road, is there any difference between the 4x2 and AWD options? Like ride quality, gas etc. I was under the impression that some of the trucks were AWD and the others were 4x4 but just found out they're not. I almost dont see the point of getting one with 4x2.
     

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