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2023 GMC Yukon: What We Know So Far

General Motors lineup is best known for marketable vehicles and work trucks, but the 2023 Yukon is one of the top accommodating and lavish passenger vehicles in the brand’s history. This large family SUV offers commodious accommodations across three rows of seats and is even offered with a longer wheelbase called Yukon XL that opens up even more space for cargo. Most models are powered by a V-8 either of a 5.3 or a 6.2-liter variety but a turbo-diesel 3.0-liter inline-six is also available, a novelty in this member. Towing capacity and acceleration are both strong with any of the available machines. Below is a brief summary of its features.

Engine, Transmission, & Performance

Analogous to the last-generation Yukon, two V-8 engines are proffered; a 355-hp 5.3-liter and a 420-hp 6.2-liter. In addition to those gasoline-burning engines, GMC also offers a 3.0-liter turbo-diesel inline-six that makes a whopping 460 pound-bases of torque and is the alternative for buyers who intend to tow heavy particulars. All models come with a 10-speed automatic transmission handled by buttons on the dashboard and offer either hinder or each-wheel drive.

Fuel Economy

The Yukon is not particularly energy effective, but it does slightly better in the megacity than the last generation model. Yukons equipped with the lower 5.3-liter V-8 are the most effective gasoline-powered models and earned conditions of 16 mpg megacity, 20 mpg trace, and 18 mpg combined. The turbo-diesel machine is predictably more effective, earning conditions of up to 21 mpg megacity and 27 mpg trace.

Interior, Comfort, & Cargo

Available in a diversity of trims from base SLE spec to luxurious Denali Ultimate the Yukon and long-wheelbase Yukon XL promises seating for over eight passengers, although ordering the popular alternate-row captain’s chairs will lower the full seating capacity to seven. Denali models offer a unique innards design with a wood- trimmed dashboard and hand- sutured leather upholstery. A new power-sliding center press is available in SLT and AT4 models (it’s standard on the Denali) and allows the motorist to motor the center press back and forth over a 10-inch track to make room for big first-row weight such as a bag or rucksack and store other lower particulars out of sight in retired cubbies.

Infotainment & Connectivity

All Yukon models come with a large infotainment display with GMC’s rearmost infotainment interface and we have found the system painless to use. SLE, SLT, and AT4 models highlight a display that stands tall in the center of the dashboard, but the Denali’s is girdled by bright chrome and is bedded in the dashboard for a more sophisticated look.

Safety Features

A host of motorist-backing features are offered, but GMC only offers introductory tech as standard, forcing buyers to pay extra for more advanced ones.

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