You should consider buying the 2017 GMC Yukon if you’re looking for a luxury SUV with truck-based chassis and impressive towing capacity. However, there are other better options for large crossovers with practical cargo capacity and generous passenger room. Some of its benefits include very quiet highway ride, a remarkable interior quality, a brawny V8 power, and notable interior enhancement and accessible nine-passenger seating arrangement. The first half of 2017 is the expected release date. The next gen model offers the old school truck-based motorized platform and is appropriate for daily practicality for carrying and tugging purposes.
2017 GMC Yukon Trims
There are three available, the SLE, SLT, and Denali. The nine-passenger may drop the seating capacity to seven by opting for the second-row captain’s chairs. The 2017 GMC Yukon base SLE comes standard with a rear privacy glass, a backing camera, forward and tail parking sensors, automatic headlamps, a tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, 18-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, raining-sense wipers, a leather-upholstered steering wheel, power front seats, roof rails, blind-spot monitor, tri-zone automatic climate control, side support steps, and 60/40-split folding second-row seats.
2017 GMC Yukon Interior
The base Yukon features satellite and HD radio, a CD player, an electric outlet, OnStar connectivity, voice commands, Bluetooth connectivity, five USB ports, Apple Carplay compatibility, premium Bose audio system, and IntelliLink 8-inch touchscreen display. The higher trim 2017 GMC Yukon get a trailer-brake monitor, a navigation system, a more strong V8 engine, 20” alloy wheels, heated and power folding seats, a unique grille, a reassemble digital device panel, active noise termination, a suspension system with magnetic controller, and an better Bose 10-speaker sound system.
2017 GMC Yukon Engine Specs
A 5.3L V8 engine give power for the GMC Yukon putting out 355 horses and 383 pound-feet of torque and return EPA fuel economy 23/16/18 mpg mated with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Higher trim models get a 6.2L V8 beast that boost 420 hp and 460 lb-feet of torque and the two-wheel drive 2017 GMC Yukon return 22/15/17 mpg.