When it is time for a family outing that involves a good number of people, you need a vehicle that seats everyone with comfort while drives safe through the journey. One such vehicle you can rely upon, is the 2019 Yukon XL from GMC that has to offer plenty of cargo space to carry the belongings, even with all the seats are occupied. With this comes its High towing capacity that pushes up the customer ratings higher than many of its competitors in the segment.
When asked about its consumer sector, the experts of the Monterey GMC unanimously said, it is always a family car, and that mostly people who travel a lot with a large group prefer to drive this Yukon model. Hence it is also mostly found fleeting passengers commercially.
Value for Money
As a large SUV, the 2019 GMC Yukon XL excels in paying you back the money you invested. With the space, capacity, reliability and utility, it is indeed a unique choice that leaves most of its rivals lag behind.
Besides making place for nine passengers, in its near-perfect interior, it allots 39.3 cubic feet of cargo space to carry all your stuff behind. If that doesn’t suffice, when you need to carry more cargo than passengers, you can fold down the second and third rows, to get a sprawling 121.7 cubic feet of cargo space. If towing is the need of the hour, then the 2019 GMC Yukon XL is ready to tow up to 8,300 pounds.
Look and Feel
With the purpose in mind, GMC has focused more on utility than style when they crafted the 2019 Yukon XL model. With the conventional boxy design, the exterior and overall disposition speaks more about a muscular vehicle that is work-oriented. But when you get inside, the interior silently makes an upscale surrounding. With a refined and sophisticated upholstery, the seating provides enough comfort for long hour journeys.
Trims and Configurations
As a full-size SUV, to carry nine passengers, the 2019 GMC Yukon XL also becomes flexible to adjust with your needs, as GMC makes it available in trims namely, the SLE, SLT and Denali. Most of the trims of the 2019 Yukon XLs makes place for eight passengers, while there is an optiona to add a front bench seat on the SLE trim to increase the capacity up to nine. At the Second-row, comfort is achieved through the comfy bucket seats available on the SLT trim while they are standard on the Denali. The base trim runs on a 5.3-liter V8 engine making 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque when paired to a six-speed automatic transmission. This powertrain scores an EPA rating of 18 mpg in the Combined trip, while in city it catches 15 mpg and 22 in the highways.
As per the Monterey GMC dealership, all this makes the 2019 GMC Yukon XL a mission-specific vehicle that targets a special sector of consumers. Overall, our lasting impression with this vehicle was its ease of use, whether it is the drive, or it is with fuel.