I bought my 2000 GMC brand new and now 18 years later and 372,000 miles on it and going strong! It is hands down the most dependable vehicle I have ever owned. If it should ever wear out, I am considering putting a new engine and transmission in it. I paid $32,000 for it in 2000 and a new engine and transmission with 100,000 warranty from the dealership would cost me about $6000 without labor, maybe go another 400,000 miles? The biggest drawback to the Yukon other than not so great gas mileage, you just get tired of looking at it....it just won't wear out!
Handles great, lots of space, comfort, not a timid 4x4. Used it for hunting and boating. very dependable ride that looks great and performs well. No complaints, one of the best vehicles I have ever owned.
Handling, and drivability. A truly versatle machine!
low end torque could be inproved, for ramping boat or pulling a heavy trailer. 2nd hand buyer may wish to bump up the HP if using for these purposes.
Bought this vehicle on Ebay 5 states
away, and it has been an awesome
purchase. Rides like a dream, with
all the amenities. 15-16 MPG is far
lower than I hoped, however it is well
within the expected range.
I bought this truck in Aug of ' 03 and
this truck probally is the best
vehicle I have ever owned. The truck
had 79K and was like new in
drivability. After a year , it still
drives the same. This truck was really
made well. The mpg is truthfully
around 17-19 depending on the drive.
If you want a used SUV built right , I
suggest the Yukon.
Leather seats , sunroof ,separate
climate ( front versus rear ), sound