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GMC Yukon XL 1500

Professional Reviews

  • “Folks who truly need a size extra-large sport-utility will find the Yukon XL hard to beat.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...you will hardly need to look for a bigger vehicle, unless you're seriously into procreation.” — Automobile
  • “Generous cross bracing adds stiffness, helping to retain the rigid chassis as well as allowing engineers to design a suspension that soaks up the jarring bumps and craters found on and off road.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Despite its considerable bulk, the Denali leaps off the line when accelerating...” — Canadian Driver
  • “the... Yukon XL/Yukon XL Denali is a little smaller than the Ford Excursion.” — Car and Driver
  • “Good brakes are important for a vehicle that weighs more than two tons and is sometimes asked to pull heavy trailers. With the Yukon's redesign came exceptionally good brakes.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...we would like to see higher-quality interior pieces and an overall improved level of fit-and-finish...” — Edmunds.com
  • “While the Yukon can carry a lot of people or a lot of cargo, the Yukon XL can do both at the same time.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...excelled compared to the [V10-powered] Excursion, making it to 60 mph in 9.1 seconds and running the quarter mile in 16.8 at 82.0 mph.” — Motor Trend
  • “[with Denali] a full-time all-wheel-drive system is standard, a first in this size class.” — Car and Driver
  • “...now you can even buy the Yukon XL with the same luxurious Denali equipment reserved previously for the shorter-wheelbase Yukon. Denali packs a bigger engine and more sophisticated full-time all-wheel-drive.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “independent torsion bar front suspension and a five-link coil-spring rear setup that delivers a satisfying ride.” — Edmunds.com
  • “The running board is too narrow to be of much use.” — Canadian Driver
  • “Denali's big, pull-type interior door handles... can be used with gloves.” — Canadian Driver
  • “A revised bumper, grille, running boards, and monochromatic treatment are about as subtle as a 320-pound linebacker.” — Automobile

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