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2024 GMC Yukon

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  • Overview

    A silver 2024 GMC Yukon Denali is angled left.

    If you are thinking of big, rugged, durable SUVs, then you’ll want to check out the 2024 GMC Yukon. This tough, powerful vehicle provides plenty of storage, tows heavy-duty loads, can protect its drivers and passengers, and performs well under pressure. Nothing beats a sturdy full-size model that is able to seat up to nine people and has enough space to hold all the cargo you require.

    Safety features are plentiful in the Yukon, with quality technology that it utilizes to keep your family protected. Using smart cameras and sensors, even backing up is a breeze, adding confidence to your driving experience. Enjoy a high-powered engine when you look at this year's model for smooth handling, good fuel efficiency, and plenty of horsepower, making this a fun ride that can take a bite out of the road. With high performance, this 2024 GMC full-size SUV is ready to support you and your daily routine by offering you a powerful, reliable, and versatile vehicle.

    The Yukon got its start in 1992, and (perhaps to your surprise) it started as a two-door SUV. However, it was considered a premium SUV with all of the latest updates in technology. The first generation offered powerful engines and four-wheel drive that could efficiently handle its high horsepower. The Yukon got its first four-door version three years later, in 1995. This included a longer body and a larger wheelbase, which means the stability is increased and can help keep the handling smooth. With the four-door being a popular option, the two-door became a thing of the past.

    The 2000 model year launched the Yukon’s second generation, which features powerful engine choices, OnStar availability, and special features to enhance its premium feel. The 2007 model year brought design changes to increase aerodynamics and improve performance. From the third generation to the fourth, GMC decided to make more exterior changes to improve appearance. It also gave the Yukon more cargo space with folding back seats. Now, the Yukon is in its fifth generation with more options to improve power, but the true highlights of this full-size SUV are the towing capabilities, cargo storage, safety, and performance.

    383-460

    Torque (lb-ft)

    8,400

    Towing (lbs)

    144.7

    Cargo Space (cu.ft.)

    Starting at

    $58,200[a]

  • Towing and Cargo

    The black interior and dash in a 2024 GMC Yukon is shown.

    Spacious and Powerful

    One of the greater benefits of driving a 2024 GMC Yukon is its spacious interior that provides both drivers and passengers with ample legroom and headroom. However, this is not the only space the Yukon has to offer its loyal fans. You’ll first notice its 25.5 cu.ft. of cargo space by popping open the trunk. This size is seemingly average compared to many SUVs, though it is perfect for transporting luggage, groceries, the kids' school materials, and many more decent-sized cargoes. However, the real space comes from folding its second and third-row seats. By folding the third row, you expand the cargo hold to 72.6 cu.ft. of space, which is equivalent to a full-size truck bed. It gets even more impressive when the second row is also folded for an extravagant cargo hold of 122.9 cu.ft. of space.

    Along with the cargo hold, extra cargo can be hauled when you use the Yukon's towing capabilities. With up to 13 camera views to guide you, what used to be a highly inconvenient process that gave people headaches becomes a fairly simple task. The 2024 model gives a max of 8,400 lbs for towing and hauling heavy-duty equipment. That is enough for most trailers, other cars, and fun items to take with you on those weekend getaways, like jet skis, bikes, etc. Cruise around without worry, as the Yukon has stability control and monitors to tell you what’s going on with your trailer while you're on your journey. Remember that certain trim options may offer different max towing amounts, but never fear because even the minimum you’d receive is still able to take anything you need with you.

  • Safety

    The black and brown interior and center console area is shown in a 2024 GMC Yukon.

    GMC Pro Safety

    No matter what vehicle you choose, the primary concern for many drivers and passengers will be safety. Recently, technology has advanced the way car manufacturers build safety systems. It has even enhanced the standards for safety. The 2024 GMC Yukon is chock-full of this safety technology, though its large build and sheer size also give Yukon drivers a higher level of confidence. It gives better visibility to drivers because it sits higher, and important information about weather conditions and traffic jams can be detected ahead of time through the use of navigation via the touchscreen display. Of course, even with these amazing features, drivers should never take their attention off the road or rely solely on alert systems to avoid potential accidents.

    GMC has included the GMC Pro Safety suite with the 2024 Yukon, which offers some standard safety features that most people know and love. Of course, this includes Automatic Emergency Braking and alerts like a Following Distance Indicator, Rear Pedestrian Alert, and Forward Collision Alert. It also provides IntelliBeam headlights for ultimate visibility and Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning to keep you in the know about what is happening around you.

    On higher trim levels, you can find more advanced safety features with packages like GMC Pro Safety Plus. This version adds Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert so you are never caught blindsided, Rear Park Assist, and more. These driver assistance features are the basis for keeping drivers and passengers protected on and off the road. With the available camera angles, you can even have hitch guidance if you’re looking to tow and surround vision to see everything around your vehicle. There is even a Safety Alert Seat that vibrates in the direction of a potential accident so you can prepare.

  • Performance

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    Three Available Engines

    Let’s talk about performance, and to talk about performance, we have to look at the engine, or in this case, engines. That’s right, the GMC Yukon comes with three different available engines to enhance its performance. The 2024 model features a standard 5.3L V8 engine that provides 355 hp for a joyful ride and heavy-duty towing capabilities. It also offers good fuel economy and typically has minimal issues for a long life span of over 200,000 miles. The EPA-estimated fuel economy on this engine is 17 MPG combined, giving 15 MPG in the city and 20 MPG on the highway.

    The next engine on this list is a 6.2L V8 with 420 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque, which means this is a beast and can handle well under pressure without breaking a sweat. This engine is the most powerful option in the lineup, providing strength and speed to the 2024 Yukon. With an estimated 16 MPG combined, that’s 14 MPG in the city and 20 MPG on the highway, slightly sacrificing fuel economy. However, this impressive engine makes up for it in terms of power.

    Last on this list of powerful engines is the 3.0L Duramax Turbo-Diesel I-6. This is a reliable engine designed to provide a smooth ride and keep rumbling to a minimum. With an impressive 460 lb-ft of torque, it can perform even in the toughest situations. It also gives drivers the best fuel economy for this year’s model, with an estimated 23 MPG combined, for 21 MPG in the city and 27 MPG on the highway. Overall, it is a top-notch engine with excellent fuel economy for a vehicle of this size.

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