It is the GMC Yukon has been in production since 1992, and is based on the same platform as it’s General Motors sibling, the Chevrolet Tahoe. It’s been offered in various sizes and has changed a lot through many years. However, it it has always been a large SUV that can accommodate up to eight persons. The larger Yukon XL offers more cargo capacity. The fourth-generation model was launched in 2015.
Its GMC Yukon answers the call with a solid performance and easy to grasp controls. Because of its unique position in the market The GMC Yukon should warrant looks from both SUV buyers as well as people who are looking for luxury SUVs.
Trims and Pricing
GMC Yukon GMC Yukon comes in two trim levels: the SLE and the SLT. As with other GMC vehicles it is available in two trim levels. SLE is the base grade of trim. The SLT provides upgrades to enhance quality and amenities.
The SLE can accommodate up to nine and comes with an engine that can change between four and eight engines at cruising speeds to boost fuel efficiency.
The SLT sacrifices seating space since it can hold only nine people, but it is more efficient and comfort. GMC claims that the SLT is able to trailer at up to 8500 pounds. Additionally, it comes with additional security features.
The basic version that comes with the GMC Yukon, the 1500 SLE is priced at around $42,000. This is for front-wheel drive. Switching to the all-wheel drive model is just over $4,000 more on top of the price.
Its price for the GMC Yukon 1500 SLT starts at around $47,000 for a vehicle that has two wheels and the MSRP increases into the mid $50,000s for an all-wheel drive.
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In terms of exterior colors in the exterior, the GMC Yukon is relatively tame with the Crystal Red Tintcoat as the most vibrant color. There are two different blacks to choose from: Onyx Black and Carbon Black Metallic. There’s an additional bright Quicksilver Metallic, and a less noticeable Summit White. Between them two golden shades: Champagne Silver Metallic and White Diamond Tricoat. In the end, Mocha Steel Metallic rounds out the color palette.
Engine and Performance
There are two engine options to the GMC Yukon. SLE and SLT models feature the 5.3-liter Vortec V8 engine that generates 325 horses at 5,400 RPM as well as 335 pounds-feet of torque at 4000 RPM. It’s available both all-wheel drive as well as rear-wheel drive. Both get the same mileage on fuel. It’s rated as 15 miles per gallon within cities and 21 miles per gallon for the highway.
The lavish Denali trim features a huge bore 6.2-liter FlexFuel V8 producing 403 horsepower and 417 pound-feet torque.
In terms of features when it comes to features, in terms of features and options, GMC Yukon has a lot to provide. The two trim levels come with five additional power outlets as well as front controls that control audio systems, and an audio system with a host of options. The SLT comes with an FM and AM radios and CD player. It also has music player MP3, SiriusXM as well as the SLT can be upgraded to include navigation.
Both trim levels come with the Bose high-end sound system which features nine speakers.
Although the SLE includes an auto dimming feature inside the rearview mirror and the SLT also has a display that can be used for a camera that faces the rear.
The two trims include Bluetooth compatibility with certain phones, tri-zone automated climate control cruise control as well as power locks. wrapped steering wheel in leather, front bucket seats , and power windows.