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2015 GMC Yukon XL 1500 Overview

Zac Estrada
Automotive Editor - July 31, 2014

The GMC Yukon XL is one of the biggest SUVs out there, and one of the most comfortable ways to haul eight people and all of their stuff. It's becoming a niche segment, but the Yukon XL is still a major player. That's why it's been heavily revised for 2015 to make it more luxurious, more comfortable and more efficient.

What's New for 2015

Like all other full-size GM SUVs, the Yukon XL gets a new look and numerous mechanical refinements. Engines are a 5.3-liter V8 engine producing 355 horsepower, or a 6.2-liter with 420 horsepower on the top Denali trim.

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Choosing Your GMC Yukon XL

A six-speed automatic transmission carries over, and the most fuel-efficient version is rated at 16/23 mpg. Rear-wheel drive is standard, a full-time four-wheel drive system is optional. Seating for nine is available, but most versions seat seven or eight.

Buyers choose from three trim levels:


The base SLE starts at $50,030. Standard features include 18-inch alloy wheels, a backup camera, front and rear parking sensors, Bose audio system, a 110-volt outlet and an 8-inch touchscreen with GMC's IntelliLink multimedia interface, tri-zone automatic climate control and rain-sensing wipers. Four-wheel drive adds $3,000. Twenty-inch wheels are optional, as is a heavy duty trailering package, polished exhaust tips and 22-inch wheels. The Driver Alert Package adds forward collision and lane departure warning, and the safety seat alert system. The Convenience Package adds an auto-dimming rearview mirror, power adjustable pedals and a power tailgate. A 40-20-40 split front bench seat is a $250 credit and raises seating capacity to nine.


The SLT starts at $58,430. Included are features such as leather upholstery, cooled front seats and heated first and second rows, power fold-and-tumble second- and third-row seats, power tailgate, keyless entry and start, heated steering wheel with power adjustments, blind spot warning, cross-traffic alert, forward collision alert and a seat-mounted warning system. Other options include 20-inch wheels, trailer towing package, 22-inch wheels, power sunroof, second-row bucket seats, adaptive cruise control, navigation system and a BluRay rear entertainment system.


The Denali, a luxurious rig that rivals its cousin the Cadillac Escalade ESV, kicks off at $66,375. The 6.2-liter V8 is the only engine. Twenty-inch wheels are standard, as is navigation, 10-speaker Bose audio system, active noise cancellation, power sunroof, second-row bucket seats and magnetic ride control. Denali models also add a unique front-end treatment and interior trim compared to the SLT. Twenty-two inch wheels are optional, as are power retractable running boards, adaptive cruise control and a second-row bench seat. The Touring Package adds the sunroof, chrome wheels, head-up display and a BluRay rear entertainment system.

CarsDirect Tip

Only the Denali feels like an SUV costing more than $60,000, thanks to better interior materials and a stronger powertrain. It's worth going for if you're going to spend this much money.

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