What type of gas should I use in my Yukon

Asked by May 01, 2012 at 08:05 PM about the 2007 GMC Yukon SLE2 4WD

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regular gas should be just fine for most stock vehicles you only need something higher for higher performance cars like a camaro or mustang and the such

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regular gas will get you better fuel economy- ethanol is cheaper, but you lose 15-20% of your mileage (16mpg hwy instead of 20mpg why for example), so it has to be 40cents per gallon cheaper or more to be an option. I hope this helps.

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I own an 1999 GMC YUKON, 1500. Lucky it was a one owner truck before me. I've been using 87 ..it performs well with ,slightly above average fuel performance.

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