The Yukon and Yukon XL family of full-size SUVs continues to offer an uncompromising package of capability, comfort and refinement. Yukon offers distinctive styling, spacious and refined interiors, and exceptional driving characteristics.
Changes for 2011 include OnStar 9.0, with Automatic Crash Response, and two new exterior colors: Mocha Steel Metallic and Carbon Black Metallic.
Standard features include 20-inch wheels, power liftgate, power release second-row fold-and-tumble bucket seats, head curtain side airbags, power-adjustable pedals, auto-dimming inside mirror, remote start system, rearview camera system and ultrasonic rear parking assist. From an entertainment standpoint, the vehicles come standard with an AM/FM MP3-capable radio with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, Bose 10-speaker Centerpoint Surround Sound audio system and XM Satellite Radio.
Yukon provides a smooth, confident and secure driving experience, with its 116-inch wheelbase, overall length of 202 inches and wide track that complements the long wheelbase.
Yukon XL models have exterior dimensions similar to the regular models, but are about 14 inches longer in wheelbase and 20 inches more in overall length.
Both Yukon and Yukon XL are available in SLE (cloth trim) and SLT trim (leather appointments), as well as 2WD and 4WD configurations. Yukon XL offers a three-quarter-ton model. A third-row seat is standard on all Yukon models.
Yukon and Yukon XL models feature a 5.3L V-8 with GM’s fuel-saving Active Fuel Management technology. The 5.3L and 6.2L engines are capable of running on E85.
Base model estimated mpg: 15/21
Estimated starting price: $38,540
Compiled by Motor Matters

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