2004 GMC YukonH Caroline Barbe - Nevada City, CA09/30/2015
The bells and whistles in this car are such that it changes seat, pedal, and side mirror positions for each of two drivers; warms both the seat and back of the very comfortable seats, has dual heat/ac controls for the driver/passenger, and drives like a dream. The engine has the power we need to tow a trailer with our newest toy!!
By far one of the best vehicals I have ever owned.I bought mine used with 85,000 miles on it and 3 years later have 125,000. Im a big guy at 6'4, 300 pounds and I'm more comfortable driving this than my uncles 750 BMW. The only negative thing I can say about my 1999 Yukon is on this paticular year and model the fuel pump goes out around 100,000 miles and is around $300 to do it yourself about $800-$1000 for someone else to do it.
great SUV if you don't mind buying a lot of gas.
2008 GMC YukonFran - marietta, GA09/23/2014
It has a lot of room and comfort. Head turner. Vision around the vehicle is good looking through the windows but you have to be careful in parking lots with maneuvering. I would have liked if it had front parking sensors to gauge how close u are getting to an object in front of truck. It drinks a lot of gas. I'm retired so I don't drive a lot of miles back and fourth to a job so I love the big engine power and don't mind the gas mileage.
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