It’s a 2012 Yukon XL Denali. I mean there’s not a lot more to want. I just took a a 22 hour trip one way with three girls and the wife. Two Tv screens, comfortable seats, with 80/20 bench second row, 13 year old had the whole third row to herself and they were all comfortable. I’m glad I bought the XL because we still had plenty of room for our baggage. Enough about that let’s get to me. I didn’t hear any whining or crying because the kids were all comfortable and entertained and could control their climate control. So definitely a plus for me. For me and the wifey separate audio surround sound Bose from the rear with hard drive, Xm, iPod, hands free Bluetooth, all controlled from the steering wheel and dual climate control up front. Air conditioned seats that rejuvenate you after sitting too long but don’t leave them on too long or you’ll be a popsicle. Sunroof for to pop open in the rain for instant fresh air. Blind spot detection for ease of changing lanes and back up camera. Oh and my favorite part the 6.2 litre engine that would send a mustang quivering in the corner from being spanked by an 8 passenger vehicle. I never once was sore the whole trip and enjoyed the whole trip.
The last thing I will say is with all the creature comforts, the active auto ride load leveling suspension, and the 400 hp engine, it looks amazing and makes you feel the same driving it or standing by it. Total package when it comes to family
My 2017 GMC Sierra SLT is the best truck I ever owned. The headlights are very bright making it easier to see at night with the automatic highbeams. The Bose radio has excellent sound. I average 20 miles to a gallon in the city. The seats are very comfortable and the back seat in the crew cab has plenty of room for adults. The interior is very quite. The parking sensors and lane guidance system work very well. Yes, I love this truck.
Overall this truck is fantastic and very comfortable. The only thing I don't like is the 6 speed transmission, but you can't get away from that anymore in any truck. The reasoning I'm sure is to get better mileage, but it only really helps on the highway. In town they just seem to shift up too fast so if you need to get on it, there is a bit of delay and it feels cumbersome. Some have 8 or more gears now and I can't even imagine how they respond. I'd prefer to suffer the mileage on the highway to go back or a 4 speed transmission. I love the step in the bumper to get in the back as well as the lighting in the truck bed. Really everything else on this truck is beautiful.
I believe this car, if taken care of properly and purchased from a reliable source would be a fantastic SUV for any family. If buying used definitely have it checked by a trusted mechanic before forking over the money.
Hands down, there is no other Full size SUV like the GNC Yukon "Denali", not even Cadillac, let alone chevy low end Tahoe and Suburban. GMC IS, PROFESSIONAL GRADE. Real Leather, Real Wood, not plastic and real metal on the dash. Won't find that in Chevy. Looking forward to my next one.
I drove this car for about 60 miles and I already loved it. It’s really comfortable to drive I had to sell it though because I’ve got the same model but a newer year.
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