2003 GMC Yukon Overview


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Avg. Price: $9,804
Base 4WD
Avg. Price: $9,244
Denali 4WD
Avg. Price: $10,321
Avg. Price: $9,048
Avg. Price: $9,335
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Average User Score

4.65 stars

Based on 5 reviews

Best Thing Out There! by Chuck
 — Solid Truck, very fun to drive and it very spacious. Eat up gas but I dont mind feeding him since he out performs most. Very reliable and havent had any problems. I would definitely stick with GMC as ... Read More
A Car To Drive At All Places by Abdullah
 — The car is an excellent car to drive, and looks nice too specialy in Black, it is strong and relaible, can go anyware, and i always feel sorry that I sold it, it was a powerful car and as they say "P... Read More
Wont Have Any Thing Other Than A Yukon Denali by JasonNagy
 — best SUV I have owned I have had no issues with it its reliable and ready to go never no head aches the kids dog n luggage fit in the truck and I can tow I will never own anything other than a Yukon D... Read More

2003 GMC Yukon Overview

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2003 GMC Yukon

The Yukon added some nice options for 2003 that include enhanced Bose audio, a DVD system, and push-button controls in the steering wheel.  Overall, this full-size SUV has 7 trims: Base, Base 4WD, SLE, SLE 4WD, SLT, SLT 4WD, and Denali 4WD.  The Yukon offers 3 V8 powertrains: a 4.8 L, 275 hp, 4.8 L, 285 hp, and 6.0 L, 325 hp.

Gas mileage averages out to around 14 mpg in the city and 19 on the highway.  All trims have 4 doors and seat anywhere from 6 to 9, depending on which variation you choose.  Max towing capacity can go anywhere from around 8000 lbs. up to nearly 9000 lbs.  Cargo capacity reaches up to 105 cubic feet if you fold down the second row and take out the third.

As with most Yukons, the 2003 edition gets high marks for its engines and passenger room.  However, the '03 Yukon could use better exterior and interior materials.  That said, this SUV delivers pretty much everything you'd expect from a quality domestic model and a little more.


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GMC Yukon Questions


How Do You Replace The Heater Hose Connector On A 2003 Yukon?

We were able to remove the heater hose and can not get the clip out far enough to be able to remove the 2nd clip that connects to the firewall. What is the best way of getting it out.

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I replaced the alternator and battery but the battery icon light stays on dim

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What Can Be Wrong With My 2003 Gmc Yukon If It Is Not The Fuel Pump, Relay,...

I started my car the other morning and it was running up till the point I put it in reverse and then it died. My dad couldnt hear the fuel pump coming on, and the fuse still clicks under the hood. M...

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