Few SUVs have evolved as much as the Yukon. When first introduced in 1992, the two-door 4x4 was based on GMC's aging Jimmy platform and could carry six passengers over rugged terrain. As tastes changed in the mid-nineties, though, GMC redesigned the Yukon to compete with vehicles like the Ford Expedition.
GMC launched a third-generation Yukon in 2007. Offered with a variety of drivetrain and infotainment options, it is now a versatile SUV that can be tailored to many needs. And because it's built with a body-on-frame construction, the Yukon can tow a considerable amount with a relative ease.