Cost to DriveCost to drive estimates for the 1993 GMC Yukon Sport GT 2dr SUV 4WD and comparison vehicles are based on 15,000 miles per year (with a mix of 55% city and 45% highway driving) and energy estimates of $3.24 per gallon for regular unleaded in Virginia.
Constant radiator problems. Front
suspension problems at 80,000 miles.
Spare tire mounted inside vehicle
takes too much space. Outside r view
mirrors are lousy. WS wiper motor
failure @ 75000. Poor visibility when
turning because of width of roof
support. Difficult for many to climb
into vehicle because of vehicle
height. Very poor mileage.
3.88 out of 5 stars
best vehicle I ever purchased
Joseph Costa, 09/17/2003
1993 GMC Yukon Sport GT 2dr SUV 4WD
I bought this truck from my brother as
his lease expired. This has been the
best truck I ever owned. I will keep
this truck till the wheels fall off,
then I'll put new ones on. It is
reliable even with 140,000 miles on
it,only basic maintance needed so far.
Thank you GMC for this terrific truck.
5 out of 5 stars
Best car I own
S. Bradley, 10/23/2003
1992 GMC Yukon SLE 2dr SUV 4WD
A perfect "tank" for my teenaged (and
now college aged) daughter! It holds
ALL her stuff when packed to the gills
with a cargo carrier on top. Mileage is
surprisingly good (15-16 mpg) with
its low gear ratio for towing. Its bright
Bahama Blue with a red stripe and
its good performance make it the
only "sports car" in our family of
Some maintenance, but no real …
mechanical trouble compared to my
two newer Tahoes. This is more like
my trusy old suburban.
4 out of 5 stars
'93 SLE 2 door / 4x4
The Big O, 05/07/2007
1993 GMC Yukon SLE 2dr SUV 4WD
I bought this Yukon from a Mom and Pop shop almost ten years ago with 114000 miles on it. If it was black in color I'd keep it and restore it but it's two tone silver and teal and the rust is starting to show through so I'm thinking off to auction it goes. It's been the most reliable truck I've ever had but the GMC has had major repair bills over the years. I can't think of anything that … hasn't been replaced at least once but the engine and tranny are still original and running strong at 215000. Still, I wonder if the money spent on repairs over the years wouldn't have been better spent on a newer model. Still a great vehicle for the market price of 3 thousand. Hate to see it go.
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