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GMC Yukon XL Questions

...3rd Row Seat Compatibility?

Is a 2003 Chevy Suburban's 3rd row bench seat compatible with a 2003 GMC Yukon XL's bench seat? Note: I bought an '03 Yukon XL without its 3rd row seat, and I'm looking to replace it.

Heat/Air System Has No Power At All

I have a 2005 GMC Yukon Denali XL. The entire heating/AC system for the front does not have any power to it. There is no display, no lights, doesn’t even turn on. The rear system works fine althou...

Dealership Not Honoring The Price Posted

I have a price quoted on carguru for 58,500 requested info through the site was contacted by the dealership with same price. But when I wasn't going to finance through the dealership the raised the...

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2007 GMC Yukon XL 2500 Radio Whine

I just purchased a 2007 Yukon XL 2500 with a Factory DVD. It has a whine in the speakers all throughout the car. It happens if the radio is on or if the blinkers are on. I know the blinkers run thro...

GMC Yukon XL Overview

After an earlier incarnation as the Suburban, the GMC Yukon XL took its place in the pantheon of GMC vehicles in 2000. This full-size SUV started with 4 trims, expanded to 6 in 2006, and then to 18 in 2007. Despite the change, the Yukon XL has always had 4 doors with room for 8-9 passengers.

The V8 powertrain has gradually evolved from from a maximum of 6.0 L and 300 hp to 352 hp over the years. The most significant changes to the Yukon XL took place in 2007 when GMC re-designed the interior and exterior, added more cabin room, and upgraded the powertrains. Towing capacity ranges from 7,100 to 9,700 lbs., depending on the trim.

If drivers could change one thing about the Yukon XL, they'd make the 3rd row seats foldable. GMC would do well to address that issue as it moves forward.

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