2012 GMC Yukon
96,488 Miles
$23,000

Salt Lake City, UT
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2007 GMC Yukon
155,470 Miles
$12,898

Glenwood Springs, CO
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2015 GMC Yukon
22,673 Miles
$41,995

Miami, FL
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2013 GMC Yukon
27,814 Miles
$38,995

Miami, FL
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2013 GMC Yukon
35,096 Miles
$37,995

Miami, FL
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2014 GMC Yukon
51,063 Miles
$29,995

Miami, FL
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2013 GMC Yukon
54,154 Miles
$38,950

Conway, AR
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2016 GMC Yukon
41,285 Miles
$43,980

Reno, NV
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2016 GMC Yukon
18,573 Miles
$49,990

Ankeny, IA
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2016 GMC Yukon
43,345 Miles
$43,980

Reno, NV
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2014 GMC Yukon
45,755 Miles
$40,000

Sandy, UT
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2009 GMC Yukon
135,272 Miles
$17,991

Olive Branch, MS
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2010 GMC Yukon
128,693 Miles
$18,550

Doylestown, PA
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2010 GMC Yukon
125,487 Miles
$15,999

Plainfield, IN
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2008 GMC Yukon
113,386 Miles
$18,500

Ralston, NE
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2012 GMC Yukon
67,426 Miles
$31,000

Ralston, NE
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2015 GMC Yukon
23,035 Miles
$52,995

West Palm Beach, FL
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2016 GMC Yukon
31,129 Miles
$49,995

Everett, WA
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2008 GMC Yukon
145,559 Miles
$16,499

Granbury, TX
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2014 GMC Yukon
93,458 Miles
$26,995

Granbury, TX
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GMC Yukon Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.3
Performance
4.7
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
2.8
Maintenance
4.0

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GMC Yukon Owner Ratings & Reviews

2005 GMC Yukon - I love it!

Los Angeles, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
My 2005 Yukon Denali is a wonderful vehicle.
Story
Not yet, but there's always hope.
Pros
It's fairly large, and roomy. There is lots of cargo space, so you can keep your kids' stroller in it, along with some picnic gear, and some emergency tools and stuff, and still have loads of room for the grocery shopping, and whatever else your spouse needs to pick up. The Denali has All Wheel Drive (AWD), which is great if you live in places where it either rains a lot, snows, gets icy patches on the road, or rains infrequently and the occasional rain ends up interacting with the road oil. For a large vehicle, the highway fuel economy is decent, if you keep your speed at 65 or less. 55 G... (more)
Cons
My primary complaint on the interior is that the 2nd row seats are not adjustable in any way, other than that they flop down for additional storage. Seat a body in them, and it's worse than a coach seat on an airplane. I guess that's the price you pay for being able to flop the seats for more storage... But c'mon, engineers! Think up a way to make these seats adjustable!

1998 GMC Yukon - Reliable winter tank.

Salt Lake City, Utah
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
Outstanding 4x4 from GMC! Solid, reliable, can handle any terrain or road conditions. Huge interior and space for 6 with everybody having plenty of leg room. After 1998, GMC changed the interior and engine in the Yukon's (and not for the better). This tank can turn and move more nimbly than some sedan cars I've driven. Previous owner installed new exhaust and towing air bags, I have towed trailers and boats much heavier than what the truck is rated for.
Story
Last winter I had to drive to Denver through Vail Pass during the first named winter storm (which broke many records). I saw at least 10 semis and 20 other cars and trucks stuck ON the road. My Yukon just kept climbing on past and around the chaos at a steady 15mph.
Pros
Front and back bench seats means it can sit 3 in the front, 3 in the back. Great torque from the engine lets you pull nearly anything. The interior space when seats are folded down is big enough to fit a queen sized bed in the back. The 4x4, suspension, and power train give you the confidence to take on any terrain or weather conditions.
Cons
GMC does not use high quality interior trim and pieces (door handles, vent adjusters). The cup holder is positioned directly in front of upper AC vent, warming up your cold drinks, or cooling down your hot drinks.

2006 GMC Yukon - Great Family Car

Essex Village, Connecticut
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
5.0
My husband and I bought this car as a vehicle for our family. As we have 4 kids, we needed a larger vehicle and had considered the Yukon as well as a minivan. Having rented out both vehicles in the past, we have found that the Yukons were very spacious and comfortable, with plenty of storage space, and unlike many of the minivans we rented, we never had an issue with the drive train malfunctioning. Our Yukon is a reliable and practical car for people with a larger family like ours. It's large enough to hold 4 car seats and 4 passengers, which is a huge plus for us, as we have 4 kids under 5 and a teenager, with ample room for all their stuff ( diaper bags, backpacks, etc). It's the best car we have ever bought!
Story
We drove our Yukon to the Durham fair last year and it was wonderful! We had more than enough room in the back for our double stroller, diaper bags, and all the stuff the grandparents bought for the kids while we were there! The kids had so much fun on all the rides and playing the games. We can't wait to go again this fall.
Pros
Size, comfortable, reliable
Cons
Gas mileage