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2004 GMC Yukon XL 2500

The Yukon XL is GMC's version of the Chevy Suburban. It's a well-equipped vehicle and a good choice for families of six or more. The Yukon XL offers comfortable seating for six people and can be equipped to seat up to nine. It's a good choice for families who find themselves needing three rows of seats on a daily basis. Even when fully loaded with people, there's space left over for large amounts of gear.

Where the Yukon XL really comes into its own, however, is when heavy-duty towing is needed. A standard Yukon XL 2WD 1500 model is rated to tow trailers of up to 8,400 pounds. A Yukon XL 2500, the heavy-duty model, is rated to pull a 12,000-pound trailer. This makes the Yukon XL an excellent choice for families with boats or horses.

Though identical in many respects, there are differences between the Suburban and the Yukon XL. The GMC is generally more upscale in its appointments than the Chevrolet; the Yukon XL offers a higher level of comfort and convenience features than the Suburban. The Yukon XL Denali is an upscale model that combines a big 6.0-liter V8 with an all-wheel-drive system, a combination not available at your Chevy dealer. Styling cues distinguish the GMC from the Chevrolet.

Revisions for 2003 brought improved brakes, smarter airbags, a modernized electrical system, and improved interior features. For 2004, the Yukon XL is better and safer still. It comes with a tire-pressure monitor and a seatbelt reminder for the driver and front-seat passenger. New Hydroboost brakes promise improved stopping power, even if the engine stalls.
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The Yukon XL is GMC's version of the Chevy Suburban. It's a well-equipped vehicle and a good choice for families of six or more. The Yukon XL offers comfortable seating for six people and can be equipped to seat up to nine. It's a good choice for families who find themselves needing three rows of seats on a daily basis. Even when fully loaded with people, there's space left over for large amounts of gear.

Where the Yukon XL really comes into its own, however, is when heavy-duty towing is needed. A standard Yukon XL 2WD 1500 model is rated to tow trailers of up to 8,400 pounds. A Yukon XL 2500, the heavy-duty model, is rated to pull a 12,000-pound trailer. This makes the Yukon XL an excellent choice for families with boats or horses.

Though identical in many respects, there are differences between the Suburban and the Yukon XL. The GMC is generally more upscale in its appointments than the Chevrolet; the Yukon XL offers a higher level of comfort and convenience features than the Suburban. The Yukon XL Denali is an upscale model that combines a big 6.0-liter V8 with an all-wheel-drive system, a combination not available at your Chevy dealer. Styling cues distinguish the GMC from the Chevrolet.

Revisions for 2003 brought improved brakes, smarter airbags, a modernized electrical system, and improved interior features. For 2004, the Yukon XL is better and safer still. It comes with a tire-pressure monitor and a seatbelt reminder for the driver and front-seat passenger. New Hydroboost brakes promise improved stopping power, even if the engine stalls.
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Retail Price

$40,010 - $42,710
MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Nat'l avg. savings off MSRP
Engine 6.0LV-8
MPG City / Hwy
Seating 9 Passengers
Transmission 4-spd auto w/OD
Power 325 @ 5200 rpm
Drivetrain rear-wheel
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