We asked Santa which GMC Vehicle he might select if his sleigh were in the shop on Christmas Eve. His Response: “The Sierra Denali – It’s big enough to fit my bag of goodies and at 403 horsepower at 5700 RPM the Sierra can really fly!”
With Christmas coming soon Santa is probably working right now to gear up his sleigh for the trip. The elves will be checking the landing gear to make sure the ride will be safe and pleasant for Santa and they’ll be fueling up the reindeer and getting them in tip top shape. But what would Santa do if the sleigh broke down? He may have Rudolph there to light the way but that won’t do him much good if the problem isn’t in the lights! How could he possibly make all of his deliveries in one night if he couldn’t drive his sleigh?
Well of course he would rely on some of the sturdiest hauling vehicles in the business to make sure his deliveries go as smooth as possible! But of all the excellent GMC vehicles available which one would make the best temporary sleigh? All the GMC SUVs, trucks and vans have excellent hauling capacity but which one would be the best solution for Santa’s giant bag of holding? For that we need to look at the carrying qualities of many excellent GMC vehicles.
The first thought Santa might have is to go for a van. Vans are designed for hauling things around right? For that Santa might want to check out the Savana Cargo van. The Savana was made for hauling large objects like Santa’s bag and would protect all the fragile presents inside from the cold winter’s night. The standard 1500 Savana also boasts a max payload of 2,329 pounds! And if Santa’s bag gets to be especially overstuffed, the Savana also comes with 270 cubic feet of space!
But that’s not the only vehicle Santa has available to him. He wouldn’t want to leave all the reindeer sitting out in the cold while he makes all of his stops! The GMC SUVs have spacious seating for a large family as well as room in the back for the big bag. The Acadia, Yukon, and Terrain vehicles all offer great features for Santa. These vehicles have spacious seating for all the reindeer. The Acadia comes with 116 square feet of volume in the back, the Yukon with 108.9, and the Terrain with 63.9.
But Santa might also consider using a truck if something unfortunate should happen to his sleigh. For that he would want to look into the Canyon or the Sierra truck. With these vehicles the payload is through the roof, letting Santa haul around a few reindeer in the back while his bag sits up front in the spacious cabin areas. The max payload on the most spacious canyon is 1408 pounds. But the Sierra Denali is even better, carrying a max of a whopping 1623 pounds! There’s no way Santa wouldn’t be able to fit all his presents in that cab!
So which of these vehicles would Santa choose to replace his sleigh? We called him up and asked what he thought and were met with overwhelming excitement over the Sierra Denali! “The Savana Cargo Van may hold more, but the magic of my bag makes it lightweight enough that I don’t have to have the extra payload! The Sierra Denali has everything I need to make sure that I can make all my rounds. It will hold enough to fit my big bag of goodies and at 403 horsepower at 5700 RPM the Sierra can really fly!”
Here at Scott McCorkle’s Liberty Buick GMC we want Santa to know that if he’s ever in a pickle he can count on us to get him where he needs to go. We’ll hook him up with a Sierra Denali so he can fly to all the good girls and boys this year!
If you are interested in getting a Sierra Denali just like Santa, then please visit our contact us page or call 888-306-1908!