The GMC Yukon underwent a significant design change in 2015. Since then, GMC has made incremental improvements to keep it looking fresh and appealing to customers. This year, there are two new trim levels available on the Yukon. There are a variety of more standard amenities on this year's Yukon, such as a powerful 10-speed automatic transmission on the top trim. Regardless of trim, the Yukon seats eight passengers.
This year, you have 10 exterior paint colors to choose from, which can be paired with one of three interior color schemes. Completing the newest features are versatile second-row seats that fold flat and cutting-edge technology, including a WiFi hotspot that supports up to seven devices and multiple USB charging ports throughout the cabin.


The base model of the 2019 Yukon is the SLE. Even though it is the entry-level model, it has numerous amenities like eighteen-inch wheels, a backup camera, and parking assistance for both the front and back of the car. The infotainment system is an eight-inch display screen with hands-free connectivity and navigation. A tri-zone climate control is standard, and you can play your favorite tunes loud and clear with a premium Bose sound system. Both the second and third-row seats can be manually operated to fold flat.

The SLT Standard offers a more sophisticated interior with leather seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a liftgate that you can program to open and close when you want. Moving up a notch, the SLT extends the heated seats to the second row. The seats are leather in this trim, and they are ventilated for occupant comfort. In the back two rows, the seats fold flat to make room for storage.

Lastly, the premier Denali adds the works with a distinctive grille, 20-inch wheels, and chrome accents around the exterior. On the inside, wood grain accents give the interior a more luxurious feel. The front seats are both heated and ventilated for comfort. In addition to the eight-inch infotainment display screen, this trim level comes with an eight-inch driver display screen that shows real-time information about the car's driving performance. The center display features a head-up design to prevent driver distraction. On the outside, bright LED lights enhance the visibility and make it easier for you to see the road too.
2019 GMC Yukon Interior


The base engine in the Yukon is a 5.3L, eight-cylinder engine that generates up to 355 HP at 5,600 RPM and up to 383 LB-FT of torque at 4,100 RPM. It is matched with a six-speed automatic transmission. The top-level engine, which is standard in the Denali, is a 6.2L, eight-cylinder engine that produces up to 420 HP at 5,600 RPM and up to 460 LB-FT of torque at 4,100 RPM. This engine is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. The standard drivetrain on the Yukon is rear wheel drive.


Between its passive and active safety features, you will be as protected as possible in the Yukon. Front, side, and overhead airbags are designed to deploy when the Yukon is hit so that all occupants stay as safe as possible. In addition to these passive safety amenities, the Yukon also comes with a package of driver-assist features that help to avoid accidents. On the 2019 Yukon, you'll find features including low speed automatic forward braking, intelligent headlamps with automatic high beams, and forward collision warning, which senses if you're going to hit the car in front and applies the brakes in response. A backup camera helps with safe reversing, while adaptive cruise control can be added to maintain a safe distance from the car in front of you.

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