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2015 GMC
Yukon

$39,998* 35K miles
CarMax Fredericksburg
Free Transfer to your store - VA to VA
Free Transfer to your store - VA to VA
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Location: CarMax Fredericksburg in Fredericksburg, Virginia 22407
Description: Used 2015 GMC Yukon SLT for sale - $39,998, 35,819 miles with Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Pwr Folding Third Row, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4 reviews) I went from a 2012 Camry to this 2013 Acadia. It works for me since I have 3 small children. With the split-bench 2nd row, my 5-year-old can get in and buckle himself. It's very good if I need extra cargo space with letting part of the 3rd row down. But I don't like the car seat latch for the 3rd row. It's in the middle of the seat, which means I have to rigid my 5-year-old's high-back booster seat. But other than that it works for me, for now!

2015 GMC
Yukon XL 1500

$41,998* 67K miles
CarMax Midlothian
Free Transfer to your store - VA to VA
Free Transfer to your store - VA to VA
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Location: CarMax Midlothian in Richmond, Virginia 23114
Description: Used 2015 GMC Yukon XL 1500 Denali for sale - $41,998, 67,220 miles with Premium Package, Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Head Up Display, Auto Cruise Control, Pwr Folding Third Row, 4WD/AWD
Transmission: Automatic Color:Gray Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.8 reviews) I am going from strictly driving cars to now owning an SUV, and I'll list the 2 biggest differences/selling points. 1) the price. I have the top model of this vehicle, the Denali, and it was very affordable. I wanted built in navigation, rear view camera, and all wheel drive, but got so much more thanI expected especially moving from a foreign to a domestic manufacturer. I've been pleasantly surprised. 2) the size/maneuverability. I'm not looking to drive a bus or van by any means and its size is perfect for me. It also handles much like a car. I haven't had any problems adjusting to it from day 1 of owning and love being higher up off the ground. Plus, the interior is super quiet.

Reviews for GMC

Overall Rating

4.4 out of 5(928 reviews)

Affordable SUV with all the bells and whistles

I am going from strictly driving cars to now owning an SUV, and I'll list the 2 biggest differences/selling points. 1) the price. I have the top model of this vehicle, the Denali, and it was very affordable. I wanted built in navigation, rear view camera, and all wheel drive, but got so much more thanI expected especially moving from a foreign to a domestic manufacturer. I've been pleasantly surprised. 2) the size/maneuverability. I'm not looking to drive a bus or van by any means and its size is perfect for me. It also handles much like a car. I haven't had any problems adjusting to it from day 1 of owning and love being higher up off the ground. Plus, the interior is super quiet.

- Alex Brinkley, 2013 GMC Terrain

Decent for me!

I went from a 2012 Camry to this 2013 Acadia. It works for me since I have 3 small children. With the split-bench 2nd row, my 5-year-old can get in and buckle himself. It's very good if I need extra cargo space with letting part of the 3rd row down. But I don't like the car seat latch for the 3rd row. It's in the middle of the seat, which means I have to rigid my 5-year-old's high-back booster seat. But other than that it works for me, for now!

- D Ford, 2013 GMC Acadia

Love my car!

It feels secure and it's a comfortable ride. I love the middle captain's chairs because it makes the 3rd row easily accessible and it gives the middle row riders more rooms to relax. The leg room can be a little tight if you have a tall driver, but it's not terrible. Love the heated seats!

- Courtney R, 2013 GMC Acadia

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