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When it comes to SUVs, there is no brand quite like GMC, and its large vehicles are renowned for their strength, capability, and sharp appearances (inside and out). Each year the brand grows more and more advanced in its engineering, styling, and technology features, making GMC one of the most sought-after brands on the road. Thinking about large and advanced vehicles, the name that should come to mind is the Yukon. The 2022 GMC Yukon is an exciting vehicle across its trim options: the SLE, the SLT, the Denali, and the AT4. What makes the Yukon such a great vehicle is that GMC understands driving is a multifaceted and holistic experience, so it focuses on providing all the elements of the driving experience. While the experience will be slightly different from trim to trim, the Yukon is focused on three of the most important elements of vehicle formation: performance, styling, and technology. Let's take a look today at how the 2022 GMC Yukon focuses on these important vehicle components.
When purchasing an SUV, one of the most important factors to consider is performance features. The 2022 GMC Yukon has some of the best performance features on the SUV market, and the different trim options provide dynamic and exciting differences, so let's take a look at the variations.
The Yukon SLE and SLT trims are able to house two different engines: the 5.3-liter V8 engine and the Duramax 3.0-liter Turbo-Diesel engine. You can't go wrong with either, but they will provide slightly different capability numbers. The 5.3-liter V8 makes the vehicle capable of 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque. These are impressive numbers for a standard trim. While the Duramax Turbo-Diesel engine sees a slight decrease in horsepower at 277, it makes way for an impressive 460 pound-feet of torque. Not to mention that diesel is far more economical, giving the vehicle a range of up to 756 miles on a full tank in the Yukon XL.
As great as high-performance numbers are, it is important that the driving be pleasant as well. To ensure this pleasantness, the traction select system enables the driver to easily switch between traction configurations, providing optimal stability in any condition; whether it's sport driving, off-roading, or towing, the available drive modes will get you geared up and ready to go.
Now, with an SUV the size of the Yukon, you're in for the total towing experience. With the total towing system, the SLT and SLE trims offer a maximum capacity of 8,400 pounds. This is accompanied by trailering technology features such as Hitch Guidance with Hitch View and an in-vehicle trailering app. Towing need not be stressful any longer.
While the Denali's keyword is luxury, it also brings it home with performance features. The Denali, just like the SLE and SLT trims, offers the available Duramax 3.0-liter Turbo-Diesel engine (with its 277 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque), but its standard 6.2-liter V8 engine allows it to provide 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. So, the 6.2-liter V8 engine maintains the astonishing torque of the Duramax while drastically increasing its horsepower. While the Denali is able to tow up to 8,200 pounds with the ProGrade Trailering System, its real star is its suspension. With first-in-class four-corner Air Ride Adaptive Suspension, the Denali can raise the vehicle by up to two inches to increase ground clearance. The Denali will literally adapt to your performance needs while being an incredible luxury vehicle.
The AT4 trim puts off-roading at the forefront, giving it the most dynamic and exciting performance features of any Yukon trim. To begin with, the Yukon AT4 offers all three engine options previously discussed in the other trims - the 6.2-liter V8, the 5.3-liter V8, and the Duramax 3.0-liter Turbo-Diesel - so, your wish is the AT4's command. The Yukon AT4 is equipped with a number of performance features to make it an off-road champion. Among these are the active response 4WD system, which sends the optimum level of torque to each wheel; hill descent control and hill start assist, which will help you get up and downhill through braking assistance; and magnetic ride control, a top-of-the-line suspension system which reads the road up to 1,000 times per second, giving you one of the smoothest rides you'll find anywhere, whether you're on or off the road. So, if you want a performance champion, the Yukon AT4 will pull through for you.
Performance numbers make driving exciting. But driving is only exciting for so long if it is not comfortable and pleasant. This is why the 2022 GMC Yukon provides luxury features in all of its trims.
The Yukon is a bold SUV. This boldness is produced in the SLE and SLT trims by way of its strong slated grille, GMC signature C-shaped LED head and tail lamps, and strong architecture. But that's just the exterior; once you're inside the vehicle is when the fun begins. The SLE and SLT's dark walnut design gives it an elegant mood, fit for the sleekest of rides. Now whether you are utilizing this interior for date night, a family road trip, or an off-roading adventure, a favorite feature of passengers will be the panoramic sunroof, which is available on the SLT trim. This dual-plated sunroof provides a beautiful view of the clouds by day and the stars by night. You will enjoy the ride in the SLE and SLT trims.
The 2022 GMC Yukon Denali is a luxury vehicle through and through. The exterior exudes sleekness by way of its multidimensional Denali grille, chrome accents, and premium wheels. Regardless of which exterior color you choose, the Denali's shine has an inviting mood, and its dual exhaust system with twin polished stainless steel tips gives a confident exterior architecture. Inside the Denali, you will find a sleek interior that is customizable to your color preferences.
Whether you prefer Jet Black, Teak with Light Shale, Dark Walnut with Very Dark Gray, or Brownstone with Jet Black for your perforated seating color scheme, you will be in for a comfortable, enjoyable, and classy driving experience. On top of all of this, the authentic wood accents give the vehicle an extra level of elegance and refinement, making it feel closer to a limousine than a traditional SUV. Drivers and passengers enjoy extra amenities such as available heated front and rear seats, heated steering wheel, and acoustic-laminated glass on the windshield and front-door windows. So, if you're looking to ride in style, the Denali is the way to go.
While the Denali makes the Yukon a luxury vehicle, the AT4 makes it an athletic vehicle. This starts with the exterior. Now, because the Yukon AT4 has off-roading and athleticism at the forefront, the vehicle has adopted the wise attitude that form is function; its styling is directly connected to its off-roading capabilities. To begin with, the AT4 has its very own front design, including a skid plate. This design also features an approach angle of almost 32-degrees, making it fit to conquer any obstacle that may come its way. To add a flare to the athletic looks of the AT4, the horizontal red recovery hooks serve both stylistic and practical purposes. Now, any off-roading vehicle must have the wheels to conquer rough terrain, so the AT4 is equipped with 20-inch 6-spoke machined aluminum wheels with carbon gray metallic accents; these are then combined with Goodyear All-Terrain tires to make it a champion on the trail.
With a vehicle as amazing as the Yukon AT4, chances are you will want to use it for more than just off-road adventures, so the interior is also designed to be luxurious while maintaining its athletic attitude. The Jet Black interior with exclusive Brandy accents and dark brushed aluminum details help to make this combination possible. Because the AT4 truly is an athlete, its driver and front passenger seats are heated and ventilated and include embroidered AT4 badging on the headrests. Don't be fooled; an off-roading vehicle can still provide a luxury interior, and the Yukon AT4 is here to prove it.
The 2022 GMC Yukon is ushering in a new era of in-vehicle technology. With the addition of Google Built-In, driving will be more connected than ever before. This feature provides the infotainment screen with full capability of Google Maps (including real-time updates), Google Assistant (so you can access your calendar and email from the car), Play Store, exciting apps, and vehicle data sharing. This is different from Apple CarPlay and AdroidAuto in that it is not connected to an exterior device; as the name suggests, this is built into the vehicle itself! Combine this with a 12-inch digital Driver Information Center, and you'll have access to more information than you thought you could access in your vehicle.
Now, when it comes to technology, it's not just entertainment and convenience that matters; safety must be the top priority. Well, the Yukon knows this and is equipped to keep you and your passengers safe. GMC Pro Safety is a suite that alerts the driver of hazards and assists in handling them. The suite does this through features such as Lane Keep Assist, Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Alert, and Following Distance Indicator…among others, of course. This package can be taken to the next level through the GMC Pro Safety Plus Package, which offers even more advanced features, including Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert. The Yukon wants you to be safe and feel safe at all times.
Specific to the Denali trim, you can enjoy up to 13 camera views. Whether you're looking for a traditional backup camera, a hitch view, or an aerial view of your vehicle, these impressive and dynamic camera angles will have you well aware of your surroundings. If you intend to take advantage of the vehicle's towing capacity, this feature will be especially helpful, as it will give you better visibility of your trailer and your hitch, making towing a more streamlined and less stressful endeavor. Regardless of which trim you choose, the GMC Yukon is a high-tech vehicle that will keep you connected, entertained, and safe while driving, trailering, or off-roading.