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21 city, 27 highway, N/A combined
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The GMC Yukon is a slightly upscale three-row SUV with seating for up to nine and upwards of 8,000 pounds of towing capacity when properly equipped. Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories. The corporate cousin of the Chevrolet Tahoe received only minor changes for the 2022 model year following a full redesign in 2021, primarily reshuffling its options packages, but remains a solid truck-based SUV.
The 6.2-liter V8 engine is now available on the Yukon's off road-oriented AT4 trim; you'll get a 5.3L V8 in the standard configuration. The Denali trim remains atop the Yukon heap in terms of niceties, and the fully loaded Denali Ultimate package gets you close to the Yukon's other corporate cousin, the Cadillac Escalade.
No matter which Yukon you pick, you'll still be driving a truck-based SUV. It's a large vehicle that does not lend itself to careful maneuvering around parking lots and its handling on highways can be poor. While the interior is a nice place to be, the driver's seat lacks the adjustability of other vehicles in its class and can be a bit uncomfortable.
F 44.5"/M 42"/R 34.9"
F 42.3"/M 38.9"/R 38.2"
Max towing capacity
Storage: Need to haul a crew of nine, including the driver, around town or on a long trip? The Yukon is a great choice. How about a smaller unit but with a handful of bags? No problem. The back row folds down flat. If the Yukon is good at one thing, it's getting you, your friends and your friends' stuff where it needs to be.
Technology: Wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ come standard and your devices will have no shortage of places to plug in. The center touchscreen is responsive and functional.
Interior: Headroom and legroom is ample in all three rows. It's also easy to get in and out of every row, thanks in part to a retractable running board that serves as a step into the Yukon. Cabin materials are of nice quality but a lack of available seat adjustments can make for an uncomfortable ride over long distances.
Fuel Economy: The Yukon gets 16 miles of combined city/highway driving per gallon according to the EPA, and while you're not expecting to throw a party for a full-size SUV's gas mileage, that's worse than its competition.
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RepairPal gave the GMC Yukon an overall reliability rating of 3.5 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Above Average. This rating ranks GMC Yukon 9th out of 16 among Fullsize SUVs.View RepairPal's full rating of the GMC Yukon