of the 2004 GMC Yukon XL. Base trim shown.
Body Type:Sport Utility
Engine:325-hp, 6.0-liter V-8 (regular gas)
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- Passenger space
- Cargo capacity
- Steering feel
- Reasonably easy to drive
- Exterior dimensions
- Fuel economy
- Entry and exit
- Rear visibility with cargo doors
Choice of V-8 engines
Up to nine-passenger seating
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It was a great suv i ever owned
It was spacey confreble it had a lot of torque power good on gas mileage easy to work on American car no regrets it was a real good deal Read full review
had it for 14 years and 260,000 miles.
At the time, it was the top of the line. I was comfortable and reliable and when it came time to look for a replacement, we looked at another GMC Yukon. Only reason we didn't was they didn't have the ... Read full review