The GMC Yukon was brought to the automotive marketplace for the 1999 model year under the Denali nameplate. The GMC Yukon has seen various revisions, changes, and facelifts since it first entered the market, the Yukon has kept up with changing times and driver tastes. Closely related to the Chevrolet Tahoe, the two GMC vehicles share similar qualities and styling.
The Yukon has received a complete redesign for the 2015 model year. The full-size SUV has more new features, updated in-vehicle technology, and more power than ever before. The Yukon is a full-size SUV with seating for up to nine passengers, and still enough room to accommodate personal items - thanks to the Yukon’s practical interior seating and storage innovation.
The 2015 GMC Yukon keeps it simple, with only two trim levels to choose from. While the options for different models is limited, the possibilities are endless on the all-new 2015 GMC Yukon.
The 2015 Yukon was redesigned with the future in mind. Merging new styling, comfort, practicality, and advanced technologies - the GMC Yukon is absolutely unstoppable for 2015. Drivers will be impressed with the longer list of standard features across the two trim levels, and the new family of EcoTec3 engines offered with the new Yukon, that achieve a segment-best V8 fuel economy.
A lot has changed on the 2015 GMC Yukon. Some changes are visible to the naked eye, while other lay underneath the large SUVs hood. Either way, the changes made to the 2015 Yukon are impressive, to say the least. Check out a small sampling of updates made to the SUV for 2015:
Thanks to the innovative interior cabin space, the 2015 GMC Yukon not only has enough seating for up to nine passengers, but it also includes plenty of storage space for belongings. The Yukon is a full-size SUV, and has a full-size capacity for people and cargo.
Where most SUVs can fit a large number of people, they do so in a cramped and uncomfortable way. Yukon passengers will feel comfortable, with plenty of space thanks to the smart-design and expert engineering of the large SUV.
New for 2015, the Yukon features third-row fold-flat bench seats, that go down even easier with the available power-folding feature. Other standard storage features included on the Yukon are:
Featuring a segment exclusive power release fold-and-tumble technology, this second row of seats is easily stored away. This great feature comes standard on the SLT model.
A lit storage compartment is hidden behind the 8-inch diagonal color touch radio screen, keeping valuable stowed away, and out of sight. The center console on the Yukon is large enough to fit a laptop, or even a row of hanging folders.
Practical Seating Options
Drivers can opt for an available front bench seat on SLE models, and can also choose bucket seats for the second row, rather than the standard bench. Drivers and front seat passengers will also stay comfortable with heated and cooled seating. Second row passengers will stay toasty warm in cold weather, thanks to standard heated seats on SLT models of the 2015 Yukon.
The 2015 GMC Yukon may only offer two trim level options, but regardless of the trim level that is chosen, drivers are left with a full-size SUV with plenty of great standard features. Discover what differences each model offers below.
Starting at $50,740, this version of the Yukon comes packed with great features as standard equipment, and even has optional upgrades available. See what comes standard on the Yukon SLE in this breakdown.
With a starting MSRP of $59,225, this top of the line version of the 2015 GMC Yukon comes with the following standard features, on top of what is listed with the SLE model.
Whether choosing the base model, or opting for the better-equipped Yukon SLT, drivers will be impressed with the overall quality, amenities, and comfort that designers have packed into the 2015 GMC Yukon.