From long-distance vacations to towing a boat down to the shore, an SUV should be able to adapt to the daily demands of modern drivers. That’s why the Yukon stands out among its full-size SUV rivals, as it can handle lengthy road trips as well as the morning carpool with ease, and it’s ready to hit the road with a weighty trailer in tow. You can embark on any journey knowing that smart safety systems can help you avoid hazards, and a spacious interior promises lasting comfort.
We have the Yukon ready and waiting for you here at our Panama City dealership, so come visit us whenever you want to take a closer look. We’ll take you on a vehicle tour to cover all the details, and you can also hop in to take the Yukon for a test drive.
The Yukon has been entirely redesigned for 2021, with the new model presenting a larger frame for even more interior space than before. Its new independent rear suspension also makes the ride for back-seat passengers particularly pleasant. You can also choose from a variety of potent engine options for prompt acceleration and hearty towing.
The Yukon can carry up to seven people, and its three rows offer plush accommodations as well as posture support for as long as the ride takes. Every trim has plenty of legroom, and the Yukon XL provides even more interior space for your crew thanks to its larger wheelbase. The SUV keeps its cabin calm at any speed, and you can enjoy your onboard entertainment free of road noise. The cabin is appointed with handsome furnishings, and if you opt for the high-end Denali model, the Yukon will sport a wood-trimmed dash, hand-stitched leather seating, and other upscale amenities. You can also fasten car seats in any trim thanks to the second row’s LATCH connection sets. To haul cargo, the Yukon features 144.7 cubic feet of space when the second and third rows are folded.
You’ll enjoy a smooth ride whether you’re taking the Yukon through city streets or hectic highways, with responsive handling as you accelerate to pass. The SUV can also leave the roadways in the rearview in the AT4 trim, which is equipped with off-roading tools like a two-speed transfer case and skid plates. GMC provides several engine options for the SUV, starting for the base model’s 355-horsepower V8. An optional V8 alternative puts out 420 horsepower, and a brawny diesel cranks out 460 lb-ft of torque. When the Yukon is equipped for optimized towing, it can pull up to 8,400 pounds.
The IntelliLink infotainment system comes standard in the Yukon, and the SUV can be equipped with popular technology features like navigation, a Wi-Fi hotspot and smartphone connectivity. You can also load your SUV with cutting-edge safety and driver assistance tools like lane departure warning blind spot monitoring, and automatic emergency braking.
When GM first launched production of their full-size SUV in the 1970s, the model was known as the Jimmy. This model was a member of the company’s pioneering lineup during a period when makers were seeking the right balance of practical utility and trail-ready agility. The Yukon became the new flagship large SUV in 1992, picking up where the outgoing Jimmy left off. Even as the automotive market has changed significantly since its arrival, the Yukon has remained one of its class’ most recognizable stalwarts, consistently offering a dynamic bundle of passenger-friendly comfort, family-friendly space, and trailer-ready towing power. The latest Yukon models are noticeably different than their two-door predecessors, with remarkable additions like its StabiliTrack stability control.
Whether you want to drive home in the versatile Yukon or any of our other new models, we can help you get in the driver’s seat here at our Panama City dealership. Drop by the lot or go online to explore our new vehicle selection, and don’t forget that you can call us if you have any questions about your options. You can also save big on your purchase by taking advantage of our wallet-friendly deals and offers!
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