The 2014 GMC Yukon has a fresh and comfortable interior. Building on a recent redesign, it carries over for 2014 with a sleek body mounted on a strong, stiff frame with power steering, disc brakes, and a touring suspension.
The changes, which are nearly identical to those seen on the 2014 Tahoe and 2014 Suburban, include the deletion of two colors along with the discontinuation of the Hybrid model (in the short-wheel-base Yukon) and the cancellation of the 3/4 ton model (in the long-wheel-base Yukon). In addition, the convenience package is also discontinued, resulting in the bundle of features such as remote vehicle start, backup camera and auto-dimming rearview mirror, power-adjustable pedals, rear park assist, and rear vision camera becoming standard equipment on all Yukon models, including the SLE trim level.
Available in 2WD or 4WD and in three trims, the Yukon seats up to nine passengers and is rated to tow up to 8500 pounds when equipped with the Heavy-Duty Trailering Package on the 4×2 model.
Release Date and Price
Meanwhile some rumors told that 2014 GMC Yukon release date will be in late this year. You can get in touch with certified traders of the GMC to discover out more about the 2014 GMC Yukon price. There is no purpose why you should be eventually missed when it comes to the high-class and relaxation that comes with GMC vehicles. This car is made in a way that they will provide you even more than you predicted. We promise that we will update soon after GMC announces 2014 GMC Yukon release date.
The company plans to introduce a new Yukon 3.6L V-6 engine in the base model that can deliver 301 hp, connected to the 8-speed automatic transmission. GMC models are offered with the setup e-assist to improve fuel efficiency. You can also see the V-8 direct injection engine that delivers more than 400 hp.
For 2014, the 2014 GMC Yukon has some exterior paint changes and the optional Convenience package is now standard equipment on the SLE trim.
Inside, the Yukon features a simple, elegant dash that hints at aspirations for entry-luxury status. The Yukon has three-row seating standard and can be configured for two to nine occupants. Seating in the first and second rows has plenty of room, but the third row is best left for kids and has to be removed for maximum cargo space.
Features and Safety
Safety features standard on all models include dual-stage front airbags, side curtain airbags, seat-mounted side airbags, four-wheel anti-lock brakes with dynamic rear proportioning, Stabilitrak stability control system with rollover mitigation, tire pressure monitoring system, and OnStar.