GMCs full-size sport utility vehicle is closely related to the Chevrolet Tahoe and is based on General Motors full-size pickup trucks. Both the Yukon and Tahoe were redesigned for 2000, and they compete against full-size SUVs such as the Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator and Toyota ... Read Full Report
One of the biggest hassles of driving a full-size pickup truck is parking. Swinging into parking lot spaces, or parallel parking, is a bit of a challenge because the long wheelbase compromises the turning radius. GMC's luxurious Denali pickup, however, is now standard with Quadrasteer, a four-wheel steering system that gives this truck carlike maneuverability and enhanced towing s... Read full review for the 2002 GMC Yukon
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Reliability-Always Reliable Value for the Money-Excellent Features-Needs nothing Interior Design-Great/Roomy Exterior Styling-Bulky but nice Handling-Awesome/The best by far Performance-Powerful Comf... Read Full Review
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