Automotive

2017 GMC Yukon a full-size SUV from outside

The Yukon makes a powerful impression on any onlooker at first glance. It’s confidential lines, and aerodynamic proportion screams out as the perfect exterior. Then there is bold exterior styling goes, signature lightening by GMC and refined details you cannot miss. Yukon’s got an unmistakable presence on the road as well as on the driveway.

Stylish exterior: The latest GMC Yukon is stylish and confident from outside. It appears bold, refined, and the design is detailed with GMC grille and chrome grille. There are fog lamps with chrome surround also featuring an innovative rear-wiper system that is hidden and reduces wind drag.

Lighting and wheels: Yukon has projector beam headlamps, GMC signature daytime running lamps, front LED turn signals, and GMC signature LED rear tail lights. It drives on 18-inch bright aluminum wheels standard on SLE and SLT. Alternatively, you can opt for the 20-inch polished aluminum and 22-inch chrome wheels available.

Yukon Premium Exterior: Yukon SLT Premium Edition has got superior enhancements on its exterior. The 22-inch chrome wheel and chrome grille is uniquely designed. The bright chrome body side molding and polished exhaust tip is a standout in this model.

In addition to the fine exterior, the Yukon offer many in-car facilities such as perforated leather-appointed seating, heater bucket seat in the second row, heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, power adjustable pedals, and heated and vented 12-way power front bucket seats. It also features Bose premium 9-speaker sound system with subwoofer in center console and 8 diagonal Color Touch Radio with IntelliLink.

Cost: The starting price of 2017 GMC Yukon SLE trim is $48,580, while a mid-level SLT trim may cost $57,315, the top model Denali can cost as much as $56,965. The SLE and SLT trim features a 5.3-litre V8 engine with a 6-speed automatic transmission. On the other hand, Denali comes with a 6.2-litre V8 engine joined to an 8-speed automatic transmission. All the trims offer a rear-wheel drive that is standard. However, four-wheel drive is also available for an extra cost of $3,000. Moreover, paying an additional $2,700 can get your trim an extended-wheelbase XL body style.

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