07 Yukon Denali

Asked by Feb 10, 2016 at 07:27 AM about the 2007 GMC Yukon Denali AWD

Question type: Car Customization

Thinking about buying a suburban or an XL gmc.
We are a family of 6. 2 are in car seats. As of now I
have zero trunk space. The Xl or suburban have a
ton of trunk space. But that's all I'm gaining. Not
more seats.
I'm thinking of getting a bench seat for the second
row. (Right now I have captain chairs).
Any thoughts.
If I go with the bigger suv is it like driving a
bus?????
Will I even be able to switch captains for a bench?

4 Answers

115,895

Then change your vehicle, if your looking for more seating then go a full size van instead. There are a lot of options out there, Ford, Dodge, even Nissan makes a fairly large van now.

Mini van? No 4wd on those. It snows here. A lot I don't think they have a lot of trunk space. I have a stroller hockey bags groceries ect....that need to fit. Thank you for responding I need someone in my same situation to get advice from

115,895

You didn't state you needed 4WD and both of those brands come with or without 4WD. I have a standard Yukon SLT with third row seating with a split bench in the second set and it will hold 7 people but 6 is ideal. Iknow there are a lot of people looking for seat swaps and haven't heard about any of them having any luck if it wasn't made with them in it. You might have to keep looking, I would stick with the Yukon base as it would have the most options. HTH

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No sir. I had a suburban before it's not much difference from my Tahoe now, I currently looking to swap my bench to captain seats, it's an easy swap and captain seats are more desirable to people with older kids such as myself, so you should have no problem finding someone either on this site or in your area. As far as space I think my 3 row suburban was a lot more comfortable than my 3 row Tahoe now. Suburban I was able to out 3 to 4 kids in the 3rd row depending on size and in the 2nd row 3 adults comfortably, in my Tahoe 6 maybe 7 people is the limit to be comfortable.

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