This large, comfortable truck-based SUV has quite a remarkable towing capacity with great passenger and cargo carrying capabilities for its class. This is the one utility truck that has received impressive technology and hardware upgrades over the years from its initial design.
Among its updated features are a lane-keeping assist, a hands-free power lift-gate, automatic high-beam headlights and a capless fuel filter. The upgraded infotainment package is compatible with Apple CarPlay and an Interlink interface. This big family crossover vehicle combines the tough body built, and impressive V8 power which gives it a higher towing capacity than most of its rivals. With a seating capacity of nine people this truck is more spacious than most family trucks and even has more carrying capacity than most minivans. The Yukon Denali is more truck-y than its rivals and also tends to have a reduced loading capacity in the third row due to the short floor to roof length. When it comes to utility, comfort and function the Yukon has five main rivals in its class and category including its own sister model the GMC Acadia. This model has an 8-person seating capacity with an option for two more. It has a standard 18-inch alloy, front and rear parking sensors, rear privacy glass, fog lights, roof rails, remote ignition, and cruise control as well as side assist steps.
The technology features include an OnStar infotainment technology as well as a 110 volt power outlet as well as forward collision alert, a vibrating safety alert, a lane departure warning, high-beam headlight control and lane-keeping assist. Yukon Denalis are built for towing hence they are fitted with a 2-inch receiver and a 7-pin wiring harness. This particular trim has a unique grille, a very powerful V8 engine, xenon headlights, 20-inch alloy wheels and a magnetically controlled adaptive suspension. It is the one truck that has a trailer brake controller, a reconfigurable digital instrument panel, a 10-speaker Bose surround audio system and an excellent navigation system. The Yukon Denalis functionality is enhanced by a 22-inch wheel option, a sunroof, a heated second row, power retractable assist steps, adaptive cruise control and a head up display, with a rear entertainment systems that can be either dual or single depending on your preference. The 2016 GMC Yukon Denali is powered by a 420 horsepower, 6.2-liter V8 engine that has a 460 pound-feet of torque. This V8 has an 8-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive with a maximum towing capacity of 8, 400 pounds. This car has the standard safety features including a traction control, front and side airbags, stability control and an antilock disc. Additionally, it has impressive safety and crash test records.
One thing you can always be guaranteed about a Yukon Denali is its burliness and solid performance both on and off-road gives you great stability and control over your driving.