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Based on 7 reviews
2004 GMC Yukon Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 7 reviews
Other than some minor exterior adjustments, not much changed for the Yukon in 2004. The '04 GMC Yukon full-size SUV comes in 7 trims: Base, Base 4WD, SLE, SLE 4WD, SLT, SLT 4WD, and Denali 4WD. All 7 have 4 doors and room for 6-9 passengers.
Gas mileage generally comes out to 15 mpg in the city and 19 on the highway. The '04 Yukon gives you 3 different V8 engines: a 4.8 L, 275 hp model, 4.8 L, 285 hp, and 6.0 L, 325 hp. Max towing capacity for most trims hovers around 8000 lbs. Finally, you'll get up to 105 cubic feet of cargo space with the second and third rows folded down.
Overall, drivers like the modern features, powerful V8's, and spacious interior. Exterior and interior materials could use some improvement. Otherwise, those who buy an '04 Yukon will appreciate a solid domestic van. Look for a complete makeover in 2007.
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GMC Yukon Questions
What Would Cause Code P0442, Tighten Gas Cap On Dic & Refueling Issue?
For 3 months I have had a code P0442. I thought it was just the gas cap because it felt like the gas cap wasn't sealing correctly. Replaced with gas cap from autozone. Gas cap fits but occasionally ...
Why Does My Ac Suddenly Start Blowing Hot Air?
I have a 2004 Yukon with 160000 miles and about a year ago the AC would suddenly blow hot air just on the driver's side while the passenger side still blew cold. After a few weeks it then stating blow...
Why Is 2004 Not An Availae Search Option For Gmc Yukon Denali
2004 Yukon Xl Radio Upgrade
I have a 2004 Yukon xl with the 6 cd changer head unit. I would like to install the nav unit # 15204335 will this work or do you need more info?
What's Wrong With My 04 Yukon 5.3l Vin Z? Check Engine Light On And Flashes...
Truck ran and idled fine now runs rough after replacing everything stated above right bank cat reads almost 200 degrees hotter than the right. What would make my truck run properly?