2007 GMC Yukon Values

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2007 model year changes

General Motors has revised all their large SUVs for 2007, and the sharp new interiors on the Yukon lineup set high standards. The new chassis provides a solid base that results in a remarkably smooth ride for such a large, truck-based vehicle, and the braking and steering is much improved over the 2006 model.

Competitive comparison

Luxury; comfortable ride; lots of features; seats up to nine and tows up to 8,200 pounds.

Special features for 2007

GMC's 2007 Yukon lineup offers a terrific diversity of comfortable large and extra-large luxury SUVs. Nine passengers can be comfortably accommodated, and the Yukon XL has a tremendous amount of cargo space, even with all of the seats filled. The Yukon is also able to tow up to 8,200 pounds and has a payload capacity of nearly a ton, meaning buyers don't have to choose between utility and luxury. The new interiors are absolutely the top of the class, and will send many of the competitors back to the drawing board. And while the Yukon is lavishly trimmed inside, the Denali is even more so, with heated seats in the first and second rows, power pedals, rear parking assist, dual-zone automatic climate control, and a six-CD changer all standard.
Redesigned for 2007, the Yukon now stands wider with a lower stance for better handling and ride. Available in either SLE or SLT trim with a 4.8Liter V8 that produces 295HP, and the option of a 5.3Liter V8 that puts out 320HP with the two-wheel-drive, and 310HP with the four-wheel-drive system. The only transmission available is the newly designed six-speed automatic.