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2007 GMC Yukon

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Engine Engine 4.8LV-8
MPG MPG 15 City / 20 Hwy
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2007 Yukon Overview

There have been better times for full-size sport utility vehicles.Faced with rising gas prices, eco-protests and nervous insurance underwriters, some shoppers have turned elsewhere in their search for family-size transport.

But for others, nothing can take the place of a large, powerful and roomy SUV, especially those who need to tow and haul.It's for these faithful that GMC intends the mostly all-new 2007 Yukon and Yukon Denali.

Inside, everything's new.Seats are lighter, more comfortable.The dash is seriously simplified, with major reductions in confusing knobs, buttons and displays.The interior styling is refreshingly elegant, hinting at aspirations for entry-luxury status.

An equally new exterior wraps around that delightful interior.The re-styled front end remains true to the GMC trademark shapes and geometric but with a thoroughly modern flavor.Sides shorn of overbearing cladding add lightness to an otherwise fairly substantial presence.Optional, 20-inch polished wheels add a touch of high fashion trendiness.

The 2007 Yukon is three inches longer than last year's model, nearly all of which goes to added front seat legroom and cargo area, but the wheelbase is the same length.

The popular 5.3-liter V8 engine gets a moderate boost in power and, perhaps more important, an ingenious system that shuts down half the cylinders under light load, improving fuel economy by one or two miles per gallon.The base 4.8-liter V8 gets a slight boost in power, too.At the top of the line, the luxurious Yukon Denali boasts a new 6.2-liter V8 generating 380 horsepower with a new six-speed automatic.

The Yukon seats six to nine passengers and is rated to tow up to 7700 pounds when properly equipped, enough to tow cars, boats and horses.All in all, a nice package and a real leap forward from the previous generation.

Adding to the appeal, starting MSRP for the 2007 Yukon is more than $3000 less than the comparable 2006 Yukon, itself re-priced in the fall of 2005 as part of GM's Value Pricing initiative.
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2007 Yukon Overview

There have been better times for full-size sport utility vehicles.Faced with rising gas prices, eco-protests and nervous insurance underwriters, some shoppers have turned elsewhere in their search for family-size transport.

But for others, nothing can take the place of a large, powerful and roomy SUV, especially those who need to tow and haul.It's for these faithful that GMC intends the mostly all-new 2007 Yukon and Yukon Denali.

Inside, everything's new.Seats are lighter, more comfortable.The dash is seriously simplified, with major reductions in confusing knobs, buttons and displays.The interior styling is refreshingly elegant, hinting at aspirations for entry-luxury status.

An equally new exterior wraps around that delightful interior.The re-styled front end remains true to the GMC trademark shapes and geometric but with a thoroughly modern flavor.Sides shorn of overbearing cladding add lightness to an otherwise fairly substantial presence.Optional, 20-inch polished wheels add a touch of high fashion trendiness.

The 2007 Yukon is three inches longer than last year's model, nearly all of which goes to added front seat legroom and cargo area, but the wheelbase is the same length.

The popular 5.3-liter V8 engine gets a moderate boost in power and, perhaps more important, an ingenious system that shuts down half the cylinders under light load, improving fuel economy by one or two miles per gallon.The base 4.8-liter V8 gets a slight boost in power, too.At the top of the line, the luxurious Yukon Denali boasts a new 6.2-liter V8 generating 380 horsepower with a new six-speed automatic.

The Yukon seats six to nine passengers and is rated to tow up to 7700 pounds when properly equipped, enough to tow cars, boats and horses.All in all, a nice package and a real leap forward from the previous generation.

Adding to the appeal, starting MSRP for the 2007 Yukon is more than $3000 less than the comparable 2006 Yukon, itself re-priced in the fall of 2005 as part of GM's Value Pricing initiative.Hide Full Review