When it comes to the large SUV market there isn’t an equal on the market for the work the GMC Yukon can provide. This massive beast can move mountains and looks great doing it. If you need more space that the typical Yukon can provide there’s even a longer wheelbase model in the Yukon XL that’s perfect for you to make use of. Even though this is one of the best looking SUVs on the market, it’s still an impressive workhorse that will get the job done whenever you need to make something happen.
Do you need to haul or tow a large amount of weight? Are you looking for more room in a vehicle that has the cargo space that’s made to impress you? Would you like all this in an SUV that’s also stylish and exciting to drive? If so, the GMC Yukon is the massive SUV that’s right for you and it gives you everything you can think of to make it the right choice. You can fit up to eight people inside this SUV and it now is offered with Teen Driver across all models and the Denali and SLT trims add heated and ventilated front seats to the mix.
On the inside of the Yukon you have a space that’s all things at once. The soft leather and comfortable seating make the Yukon a large SUV that more luxurious than any in its class, but this space can also be transformed into an area where the gear and materials needed can be hauled along to the jobsite. Of course, you’ll want to put down protective tarps to make sure these impressive finishes aren’t damaged in the process of using the workhorse part of this amazing SUV.
As you look to the standard items listed for this impressive vehicle you’ll find the SLE brings you front and rear parking sensors, a rearview cameral, an IntelliLink infotainment system, an eight-inch touchscreen, SiriusXM, Bluetooth streaming and several other great items. The SLT is where the leather comes in for the seats, heated and ventilated seats are added, a power folding second and third rows are in place as well as the Enhanced Driver Alert Package and a hands free tailgate. The Denali brings you the most powerful engine in this SUV, an improved interior look and Magnetic Ride Control.
When you look under the hood of the Yukon you’re greeted with one of two V8 engines. Both of these engines offer direct injection and Active Cylinder Management to help improve fuel efficiency. The first is a 5.3-liter V8 that gives you 355 horsepower and 383 lb.-ft. of torque while the Denali engine is the 6.2-liter V8 with 420 horsepower and 460 lb.-ft. of torque. Both powertrains can be had in 2WD or 4WD with the Denali trim and engine being the only one offered if you want the longer wheelbase of the Yukon XL to drive.
As you move through the choices for the Yukon, you’ll find yourself faced with several great options that you can include. These options include an optional front bench seat which allows you to have nine people ride in the vehicle, the Enhanced Driver Alert Package and Convenience Package that can be added to the SLE, and the Open Road Package for the SLT and Denali trims. The Convenience Package adds a power liftgate, power adjustable pedals and the remote garage door opener while the Open Road Package adds a navigation system, a rear seat entertainment center, a power sunroof and the SiriusXM radio service.
The GMC Yukon has been the beast on the streets for many years and that doesn’t seem to be changing anytime soon. You can find this big powerhouse at your nearby GMC dealer, but you need to be ready for such a brute to be part of your life. As a massive SUV, this amazing vehicle is what you need when you’re ready to haul a boat or trailer to the lake or campsite as well as for taking at least half the team to the soccer games you have every weekend so they can have a great time and you know they’re riding in a vehicle that can get the job done.