The 2000 Yukon XL SLE that I have
driven the past two years, was
purchased at a local GM dealer as a
certified vehicle. The warrenty was
used once to repair the rear window
defrster. The SUV has proven to be
reliable and an extremely comfortable
vehicle to drive and ride. It is, by
far, the best SUV I have owned and one
of the best vehicles ever in my garage.
Size, roominess. Decent gas milage for
the size. Great on long trips with a
bunch of kids and crusing around the
Better suspension to prevent body roll
around corners. Most disturbing around
Quicker acceleration. Top end is OK.
I'm a GMC car salesman, and I decided
to buy a 2000 Yukon. What a great
vehicle. It fits my family perfectly,
plus we can take another family with us
to look at Christmas lights, etc.
What a bargin. If you are looking for
a used Tahoe/Yukon - make the jump to
the new body style (2000 +) - it
drives/looks/feels so much different
than the 1999.
Body Style, 3rd row seat, towing
package, rear air, cd
This vehicle is great for my family, no
I'm having a problem locating the cause and the cure for the car's insistance on clunking when changing gears. It happens only when the air conditioner in on and the condenser is causing a load to the engine.
The clunking happens when I brake to take a corner or slow down in traffic and then accelerate. Also, as I approach a complete stop, the clunking happens as the car shifts down through the gears. It is driving me crazy.
I NEED HELP!