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4.4 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 7 reviews
2005 GMC Yukon Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 7 reviews
The biggest additions to the GMC Yukon SUV for 2005 came from new Stabilitrak and touch screen navigation. Otherwise, GMC added a couple new exterior colors for your viewing pleasure. This domestic vehicle comes in 5 trims: the SLE, SLE 4WD, SLT, SLT 4WD, and Denali AWD. The Yukon offers a powerful set of V8 engines, including 4.8 L, 285 hp and 5.3 L, 295 hp models.
All trims have 4 doors and room for 8-9 passengers. Gas mileage generally comes out to 15 mpg in the city and 20 on the highway. The 2005 Yukon can tow nearly 8000 lbs. and gives you nearly 105 cubic feet of cargo space with the second row folded and the third row removed.
Overall, the Yukon certainly pulls its weight in the eyes of its drivers with its spacious interior and strong powertrains. However, interior and body materials need to improve. Pick up an '05 for a relatively modern and affordable make. However, if you need the most recent edition, pay extra and go for the 2007 Yukon.
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GMC Yukon Questions
Gray Leather 2nd Row Bench Seat
Looking for gray leather 2nd row bench seat for a 2005 Yukon? Anyone know where to get one? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Passenger Side Seat Belt Issues 2005 Gmc Yukon
seat belt will seem to operate fine until it is locked into the receiver... then the issue is it will not move thus pinning you to the seat... trust me it gets the 3 count every time...
My 2005 Gmc Yukon Middle Seat Belt Is Locked Up With About 1/2 Of Belt Fed ...
2005 Yukon Getting P0784 Code (check Engine Light On)
it was low on transmission fluid and a quart was added. Check engine light still on b ut only drove 2 1/2 miles after adding tranny fluid. Could this cause error or should I spend extra $ to have it l...
My 2005 Yukon's Oil Gauge Will Drop To 0 All Of A Sudden Then Return Back T...
As I drive my gauge will drop to zero then bounce back up to the proper levels. There is no change in drive performance. Is this just a faulty sensor or switch and is fairly easy o get to and change...