by Richard Moran on Apr 19, 2005 Vehicle: 1999 GMC Yukon SLT 4dr SUV
I've owned just about every Ford and Chevy make out there, but GMC made a convert out of me. I'm now the proud owner of my third GMC and I've loved every one. Call it "Professional grade" or whatever, but when it comes to reliability, comfort and performance, my GMC's have all been a cut above any of the Fords or Chevys I've owned.
by Lance 1 on Jun 21, 2004 Vehicle: 1999 GMC Yukon SLT 4dr SUV
I have reached the 100000 mile mark.
Still like the Yukon. However, intake
manifold gasket replaced, apparently a
very prevelent problem on the OEM
gasket after the 60000 mile mark hold
on to your check book 400-800 dollar
repair depend who you call etc., fuel
pump a costly 200-315 dollar part
depend where bought, water pump, and
wiper motor. Rides just as smooth at
50 mph as at 80 mph. Tranmission still
no problem. Everything else good.
by gamer05 on May 29, 2004 Vehicle: 1999 GMC Yukon SLT 4dr SUV
I read a review on this site that said
their yukon shakes at around 70mph.
Mine does too. There is no evidence of
abnormal tire wear though. Other than
that this vehicle has been remarkable.
It is a dependable, secure ride. Very
smooth ride for an SUV. Press the
accelarator with slow and steady
pressure for the best acceleration...
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I have a 1999 Yukon that we bought new and have kept up all maintenance. It currently has 170,000 miles. We are not mechanical at all so all work has to be done by a mechanic. We have put an average o...