A vehicle so massive it's going to be hard to win us over on this one.
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Table of Contents:
0:00 - 1:53 - Taken
1:54 - 2:24 - Intro
2:25 - 5:47 - Exterior Overview
5:48 - 10:03 - In the Shoppe With Turbowski
10:04 - 18:36 - Driving Impressions
18:37 - 22:23 - Interior Impressions
22:24 - 25:55 - Conclusion - Pros and Cons
There is no doubt this is a big truck. Suspending our own beliefs in what makes a good car or truck was difficult here, to be subjective given our background in performance driving this was a stretch. But luckily it was almost too easy to get used to the GMC. As soon as we entered the Yukon, aside from 12 MPG, we could see how someone would part with 65k for this beast.
Not only was it comfortable, it handled, accelerated and stopped almost too well for its size. In fact after about a week and a few thousand miles we could find almost no real faults. This is a large SUV at its best. Most of the gripes were small. Feeble MPG, a high brake pedal, interior plastics, and rear cargo lighting were about it.
However, the core elements of the truck were so good here that here if someone wants one of the best large SUVs the GMC Yukon is one of them. For more details review the YouTube Video above for greater detail.
For Large SUV Class:
Interior Comfort: 9/10
Interior Storage: 9/10
Cargo Capacity/Usability: 8/10
Fit and Finish: 9/10
Fuel Economy: 6/10
Overall Score: 8/10