The 2009 GMC Yukon Denali Hybrid proves that large, luxurious, full-size SUVs can hit the 20 mpg mark. It does so in both the city and out on the highway. The 2009 GMC Yukon Denali Hybrid standard features list is long and includes heated seats and a dual climate zone. This will keep all 8 passengers happy regardless of whether they are sitting up front, in the second row or even in the 3rd row. With a 26 gallon fuel tank and an average of 20 mpg, you can be sure the 2009 GMC Yukon Denali Hybrid will have a range that exceeds your typical usage and it will travel within that range in luxurious comfort.Read more Read less
For 2010, the venerable Jeep Wrangler receives several minor changes. A new Interactive Decel Fuel Shut-Off (iDFSO) cuts fuel to the engine during deceleration, which increases gas mileage. It is standard on all models, as are a compass and outside temperature gauge. New standard equipment on Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited include fog lamps, tow hooks, a full-length center console and front floor mats. Sahara and Rubicon models now have optional leather-faced trim, as well as optional 2-tone leather. Surf Blue Pearl, Natural Green Pearl and Dark Charcoal Pearl replace Metallic Green, Orange Pearl, and Detonator Yellow exterior colors. The Sunrider soft top has been re-worked to be easier to open and close, and Bluetooth hands-free connectivity is included with navigation.
Tough off-road ability; rugged style; legendary following
The rugged Jeep Wrangler maintains a strong cult following of off-road purists. It's a great choice for those who have an active, outdoor lifestyle that involves frequent off-roading and tough terrain. With its last full redesign in 2007, the Wrangler picked up modern safety features and a more refined driving experience without losing its distinct character. The Unlimited model has a back seat big enough to fit adults. What's more, Jeep claims that the Wrangler is the only true 4x4 convertible, which sets it apart from anything else in its class.