GM Yukon for sale near me

November 16th, 2020 by

The GMC Yukon was first introduced to the market in 1992. It was manufactured at the Arlington, Texas production facility. As needs of consumers changed, so did the Yukon. Originally a two-door SUV with room for six, the Yukon is now offered in a four-door model with seating for up to nine people.

The Yukon exterior gives a bold first impression. The unmistakable GMC grille is surrounded by chrome accents. The headlights have a distinctive C-shape, and they are LED High-Intensity Discharge (HID) for brighter illumination. The pleasing aesthetic of the Yukon continues with bright aluminum wheels. The standard wheel size is 18 inches, but Yukon offers 20 and 22 inch wheel options as well. The exterior of the Yukon is designed for both style and functionality. The available hands-free liftgate allows you to open it by simply kicking your foot beneath the rear bumper. The liftgate also offers a programmable height adjustment feature, so you can control how high it opens based on what you can reach. Gone are the days of struggling to get your windshield wipers properly adjusted. The Yukon features rainsense wipers that automatically sense how heavy the precipitation is and adjust accordingly. The rear window features a windshield wiper that hides behind an attractive rear spoiler when not in use. When equipped with keyless access, you can unlock and open your doors even with the key fob in your pocket.

The interior of the Yukon is equipped with features designed to maximize comfort and convenience. Gauges and controls are designed to be within easy reach of the driver. Available heated and ventilated seats provide the driver and front passenger with elevated comfort. The perforated leather seating options adds luxury and style. The power-tilt, telescoping steering column supports a steering wheel that has an optional heated feature to keep hands warm in cooler weather. Aluminum accents and French seam stitching on the doors and the console area add a touch of style to the Yukon interior. The cabin of the Yukon has been designed with a quiet ride in mind. Wind noise is reduced by inlaid triple door seals, and acoustic-laminated front window and windshield help to minimize road noise. A tri-zone climate control system allows the driver, the front passenger and the rear passengers to individually set the temperature for their comfort. Keyless access also gives you a keyless start feature. With the key fob in your pocket, press the brake and touch a button to start the Yukon. There are several seating options for the Yukon. An available front bench seat allows room for up to nine people. Bucket seats in the front and second row make the Yukon a seven passenger vehicle. The third row can be adjusted to accommodate passengers or cargo. The center console of the Yukon is designed to hold a laptop or hanging folders for those people who need their car to double as an office.

For more information about the GMC Yukon contact Heyward Allen Motor Company.

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