After owning a 2000 Dodge Durango for 10 years it was time to replace it. I like the space and comfort that a traditional truck based SUV provides and the GMC Yukon did not disappoint. Even though the price tag was pushing close to a base Escalade, a fully loaded Denali seemed like a better choice. This car has an impressive tow rating which helps me for work, the fuel economy is as expected from a large SUV and an average of 14 mpg city and 22 mpg highway is okay coming from a previous guzzler so I'm used to it. This car is the ultimate road trip car with lots of space and comfortable seats. A good family car that can also hold its own during offroading and one of the best SUVs you can buy.
Comfortable seats, smooth ride, invigorating 6.2L, impressive towing capabilities, offroad prowess, loads of passenger space for 1st and 2nd rows, available captains chairs.
3rd row passenger space is very scant, xenon headlights, 3rd row becomes annoying to constantly remove, navigation screen should be placed higher.
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