2016 GMC Yukon SLE 4x2
- 16 City
- 23 Hwy
- Cargo433 L (15 cu.ft.)
- Towing3,856kg (8,500lbs)
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2016 GMC Yukon Buyer's Guide
If you have a larger family, need to do some significant towing, and like your luxury features without the ostentation of a prestigious badge, the GMC Yukon was designed with you in mind. Capable of seating up to nine passengers and treating them to a quiet and comfortable ride, the GMC Yukon also features a nicely turned-out interior treatment. Given the choices in this category have dwindled considerably over the years, Yukon doesn’t really have a whole lot of competition, but the competitors it does have work very hard at eating its lunch. This fact is very readily apparent to the folks at GMC who have worked hard to keep potential interlopers at bay.
What's the difference between trims?2016 GMC Yukon Denali
- 20-inch wheels
- Adaptive suspension system
- Surround sound audio system
- HID headlights
- 18-inch wheels
- Parking assistance
- Tri-zone automatic climate control
- IntelliLink infotainment interface
- Safety Alert Seat
- Heated and ventilated seats
- Heated steering wheel
- Blind spot monitoring system
What makes it move?
Power for the base model comes from a 5.3-liter V8 with 355 horsepower and 383 ft-lbs of torque. Go with the very upscale Yukon Denali and you’ll get a 420 horsepower 6.2-liter V8 and 460 ft-lbs of torque. Both engines are more powerful than their previously fitted counterparts. A six-speed automatic routes power to the rear-, or all four wheels if you get four-wheel drive. The four-wheel drive powertrains get a two-speed transfer case (with a low range) as optional on the base Yukon, but standard on the Denali. The maximum tow rating is 8,300 pounds with rear-wheel drive, and 8,000 pounds with four-wheel drive.
Why buy the 2016 GMC Yukon?
With the third row deployed, you’ll find 15.3 cubic feet of cargo capacity; with it folded you’ll reap 51.6 cubic feet. Fold both the second and third rows and you’ll have 94.7 cubic feet. By the way, the third-row seats fold flat into the floor at the touch of a button. The GMC Yukon’s engines are powerful, smooth, and quiet; further, electronic noise cancellation is a standard feature. Additionally, a broad variety of highly useful features are fitted to the GMC Yukon as standard. This includes a locking rear differential, front and rear parking sensor arrays, automatic wipers, and tri-zone automatic climate control. Large and luxurious, yet understated, the GMC Yukon stealthily flies below radar.