WHAT'S NEW FOR THE 2020 GMC YUKON?

In 2020, the GMC Yukon remains mostly unchanged from 2019. It is one of the largest SUVs on the market, with an impressive seating capacity for nine people. The 2020 Yukon belongs to the fourth generation that dates back to 2015. The Yukon provides occupants with plenty of space in all rows.

Although it has a commanding presence on the outside, the Yukon cabin is quiet and well-appointed. A broad spectrum of nine exterior paint colors leaves plenty of room for a personalized finish. This year, consumers will find a Carbon Black Metallic paint that replaces the previous Pepperdust Metallic. Although there are few modifications to the vehicle itself, GMC did make some alterations and adjustments to the packages available for the different trim levels.

2020 YUKON TRIMS & FEATURES

There are three trim levels of the 2020 GMC Yukon. They are called the SLE, SLT, and Denali. There are also two different body styles of the SUV, which are the Yukon and the Yukon XL. As you probably suspected, the main difference between the two vehicles in length. The Yukon is 203.9 inches long, while the Yukon XL is 224.4 inches. The Yukon has about 15 cubic feet of storage space. In the XL, that number increases to 39.3 cubic feet. A 4G WiFi hotspot capability is standard in all trim levels, as is a backup camera. Park assist is standard on the SLE in front and back.

A premium Bose sound system and rain-sensing wipers are other highlights. The SLT builds on that list with more safety features, including lane-change alert and lane-keep assist with lane mitigation warning. Keyless entry and a hands-free liftgate are other standard features. The Denali gets an eight-inch infotainment system and an eight-inch driver's information display. Leather seats are available.
2020 GMC Yukon Interior

2020 GMC YUKON HORSEPOWER

The 2020 Yukon is powered by one of two engines. The standard is a 5.3L engine with eight cylinders. Its top power output is 355 HP at 5,600 RPM. It also produces up to 383 LB-FT of torque at 4,100 RPM. This engine, which is standard on the SLE and SLT, is connected with a six-speed automatic transmission. The Denali gets a separate engine, which is a 6.2L V8. The Denali engine has a greater power output of 420 HP at 5,600 RPM. Its torque production increases to 460 LB-FT at 4,100 RPM. The Denali engine is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission, which is available on the SLT. You have a choice of two-wheel or four-wheel drive with the Yukon.

GMC YUKON SAFETY

No matter how long or short the drive, the 2020 Yukon has your safety in mind. A LATCH system keeps young occupants safely restrained in the back. Surround parking sensors and a backup camera are standard on all trims. Other features are included on specific trims, such as lane-keep assist with lane departure warning, lane change alert, and side blind-zone monitoring. The Yukon is also equipped with equally advantageous passive safety amenities, including seat belts for all occupants.

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