What Does the 2019 Model Year of GMC Yukon Promise

There is still a steady market out there for the old-school SUVs that are preferred by many users for various reasons. Mapping that market requirement GMC took its best foot forward to release one, in the garb of 2019 Yukon and has stuffed in it plenty of tech features that run parallel to its capability. So that way, the 2019 GMC Yukon has every reason in place to pull the crowd of new-school SUV buyers as well.

Promise for the 2019 Model Year

From the Grossmont Buick GMC dealership sales team we collected the information that for the year 2019, GMC has refreshed the entire series of its Yukon with a Standard Edition Value Package that is self-explanatory of its budget-conscious approach. Then there is also a Graphite and Graphite Performance Edition package added to the SLT trim. Other trims that include the base SLE and the near-luxury Denali too get these packages as an option. The year 2019 adds three new metallic colors to the palette that are named as Dark Sky, Pepperdust, and Smokey Quartz.

The 2019 series of GMC Yukon is given the choice of running on a couple of V-8 engines of different capacities. It should be either a 5.3-liter one with a 6-speed automatic transmission that scores a 355 of horsepower or one can go with the mightier 6.2-liter one in tune with a 10-speed automatic transmission which is preferred by more number of buyers for its capacity to crank a 420 of hp. The entire lineup of the 2019 GMC Yukon can either be configured as rear- or four-wheel drives.

Towing Capacity and Fuel Economy

All the Yukon trims are blessed with a beefy ladder frame pairing with a solid rear axle, to achieve the strength to bear 8,500 pounds of weight. Thanks to cylinder deactivation feature that come to rescue at higher cruising speeds.

Among the two engine and powertrain options, the 5.3-liter V-8 engine proved to be thriftier returning surprisingly good fuel economy rating of 16 mpg in the city, 23 on the highway, and 19 combined trips.

With the  6.2-liter V-8 engine option, the overall fuel economy rates as 14mpg in the city, 23mpg on the highways, and 17 mpg in a combined drive with the rear-wheel drive configuration. 

Safety Promises

GMC as one of the most trusted automobile brands has never fallen short of any aspect. So, if you are wondering how safe the 2019 GMC Yukon will be, you can be rest assured with the fact that GMC has loaded in enough safety standards in each and every trim models of 2019 Yukon that can make the rides safer than many of its closest rivals.

The executives of the Grossmont Buick GMC dealer showed us all the Yukon trims of 2019 that come equipped with features like bucket seats with a front-center airbag, anti-lock brakes and stability control system. On the SLT and Denali models you get automatic emergency braking and adaptive cruise control as options, apart from other standard features of safety like lane-departure warnings, blind-spot monitors, and front parking sensors.

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