2012 GMC Yukon Values

Select a 2012 GMC Yukon trim level

2012 model year changes

Only a few changes found their way into the 2012 Yukon. Fog lamps are standard on across the lineup as are rear-seat audio controls. 22-inch wheels are now available on the SLE and SLT and the SLT now comes with heated seats.

Competitive comparison

Towing and hauling ability; ride and handling; quiet, refined interior; available luxury features; available seating for up to nine; hybrid drivetrain available

Special features for 2012

The Yukon and Yukon Hybrid are all sturdy full-size SUVs, oriented toward carrying heavy loads of passengers or cargo and towing large trailers, such as those used for boats or horses. Both available V8 engines provide strong performance, while the Yukon and its big brother, the Yukon XL handle much better--even around town--than their mammoth size might suggest. Ride quality and interior refinement are other high points. In addition, the Yukon Hybrid remains one of the most efficient full-size SUVs yet fully capable of heavy loads and tow duty.
The 2012 GMC Yukon presents itself in SLE, SLT and the luxury-oriented Denali trim. On the SLE model, the 2012 GMC Yukon is loaded with tri-zone climate control, Bose audio equipment, XM satellite radio, power windows and StabiliTrak with traction control. Power adjustable pedals, universal home remote and rear parking assist are added when the SLT model is opted. Presenting a lavish complement, the high-end 2012 Yukon Denali brings standard features such as leather seating, 20-inch chrome aluminum wheels, and power liftgate XM NavTraffic. A well-appointed vehicle, the 2012 GMC Yukon does offer optional equipment including power sunroof, rear seat entertainment system as well as 22-inch wheels. Included with a rear and four-wheel drivetrain choice, the 2012 Yukon is powered by a Vortec 5.3 liter V-8 engine. An E85-compatible FlexFuel powerplant, the 2012 GMC Yukon moves with 320 horsepower and 335 pounds-feet of torque. Fuel economy expectations of the full-sized sport utility vehicle sees a maximum of 20 miles per gallon in highway travel distance. On the 2012 Yukon Denali model, a 6.2 liter engine is fitted inside the large sport utility producing 403 horsepower.