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GMC Yukon

The GMC Yukon, sister model to the Chevrolet Tahoe, is a popular full-sized sport utility vehicle manufactured and sold by General Motors. It is named for the Canadian province that was the location of the famous Gold Rush of the 1890s, suggesting ruggedness and adventure. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the GMC Yukon is the safest and most reliable vehicle in its category. In 2014, U.S. News and World Report included the Yukon in its list of Top-Ranked Affordable Large SUVs in the United States.

The original GMC Yukon came out in 1992 as a rebadged of the Chevrolet Blazer. Although it shared a platform with the Chevrolet Suburban and Silverado, it was shorter - and for the first two years, was available as a two-door model only. Initially, the Yukon was powered by the Chevy 5.7 liter LO5 small-block V8. A diesel option became available in 1994. Several other changes were made to the Yukon that year; GM upgraded the engine options to the Vortec 5700 and 7400, which offered more power without compromising fuel efficiency. In addition, consumers enjoyed electronic four-wheel drive shifting, illuminated entry and daytime running lights. In subsequent model years, GM added options that included the PassLock security system, heated seats and rear seat AC.

The Yukon's reputation for reliability grew over the next few years; in 1996, it was named "Truck of the Year by Motor Trend magazine. The following year, the GMC Yukon was available in a four-door version only. Over the next few years, numerous safety upgrades were introduced, including side curtain airbags for all passengers and optional rear side and combination head and torso side airbags. In 2007, the Yukon underwent an extensive redesign. The old platform was replaced with the GMT900, the same platform used for GM's C/K line of pickups. That year, GM introduced a hybrid model. Despite falling demand for full-sized SUVs, the Yukon continued to enjoy success among auto consumers.

The current generation of the GMC Yukon is based on the GMT K2XX platform, shared with the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup models. The latest models feature folding second and third row seating, more leg room, and USB ports and power outlets distributed throughout the cabin. Occupants now travel in greater comfort, with upgraded seats, a Bose sound system (now standard equipment) and laminated glass that more effectively blocks highway noise. The latest version comes with a 355 horsepower V8 and six-speed automatic transmission; customers can choose between rear-wheel or four wheel drive.

Generally, consumers have been very satisfied with the GMC Yukon. However, the 2007 model has a tendency toward excessive oil consumption, starting at around 70,000 miles, as well as cracking in the dashboard. When a vehicle begins using too much oil, it is usually an indication of worn piston rings or gaskets. These 2007 GMC parts are not expensive, although replacing piston rings can run upwards of $2000. Do-it-yourselfers can save a great deal by obtaining their GMC Yukon parts through, which maintains a complete inventory of GMC parts.

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