Bought the truck new in Feb 2003.
Loved it for the first 500 miles, then
it started falling apart, Everything
has been repaired but it took
numerous.. did I say numerious, I meant
countless trips to the service dept.
From 500 - 25000 nothing but service.
From 25000 - Now. much better. Very
nice look, sweet! Like it enought not
to part with it yet, would't buy
Heated 2nd Row Captain Chairs, Turn
Signals in mirrors, power folding
mirrors. No blindspots. 6.0 V8
51K should have more standard features,
one touch power up windows, 3rd Row
nice, but bulky if left up, not used.
Been in the shop 7 times in a year.
Awful vehicle. Awful quality.
Problems since day one. Very
disappointing. This vehicle is a
complete hunk of junk. Front end
problems. Transmission problems.
Steering problems. Interior plastic is
popping off. Seat covers are coming
off and coming apart. Paint is
chipping off of all knobs.
Smooth ride...sometimes...even with all
the knocks and noises.
No confidence at all in the safety or
quality of this vehicle. It has only
20k miles on it, I would hate to see
what its condition will be for whoever
owns it at 60k...it certainly won't be
Having owned a variety of vehicles and
makes (Jeep, Ford, Volvo, Olds, Isuzu,
Porsche, VW - and driven most others)
I've been fortunate never to run
across a lemon but could always easily
produce a "wish" list of what could
have been better. This Yukon is near
perfection - very comfortable,
powerful, and looks great! I can't
wait for my next one!
XM radio and BOSE sound system,
awesome towing power, seats, great
looks, lots of room, big but private,
did I mention the sound system :)
Fold down 3rd row seats instead of the
roll-outs would be easier.
Expedition's Powerfold beats the Yukon
on this one point.