If you're looking for a full-size SUV that can live up to high expectations, you'll be happy to hear more about the GMC Yukon and its big brother, the Yukon XL. Both of these SUVs handle themselves well. They can come fully equipped with interior features that add class, convenience, and comfort as you drive around Plymouth.

What are the Differences Between the Yukon and Yukon XL?

The main difference between the two is their lengths. The GMC Yukon measures 203.9 inches, and the Yukon XL is 224.4 inches. This added length translates into extra cargo room and third-row legroom. In the Yukon, cargo volume behind the third row is 15.3 cubic feet and third-row legroom is 24.8 inches. This increases to 39.3 cubic feet and 34.5 inches in the larger vehicle.


Both are powered by a 5.3-liter V8 EcoTec3 engine with 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque. If you need that power to haul cargo, you can take advantage of a trailering hitch platform, seven-way connector, and the Trailer Sway Control program. The Yukon and Yukon XL can haul up to 8,300 pounds. An available two-speed transfer case lets you switch between 2WD and 4WD with the turn of a knob.


Inside either SUV, you and your passengers can stay comfortable. The SLT trims come with heated and ventilated front seats and heated steering wheels. The temperature can be controlled in each area using the tri-zone automatic climate control system. Making it easy to access the back rows or rearrange seats to accommodate large cargo are available power release seats in the middle row and power fold-flat seats in the back row.


If you do have a lot of passengers to entertain, hook up your phone to the eight-inch infotainment system to play your favorite music. This system can simultaneously provide you with directions or be used to send and receive texts. For something more, opt for the rear-entertainment system that comes with a Blu-ray/DVD player, USB ports, and two wireless digital headphones.

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