The Yukon was once the best full-size crossover in the US market, but it’s not the case today. While still offering a lot for money, cars like the next issue or a new Armada managed to beat their own game. GMC Yukon revised 2017 and it seems that a new model might be on the way. We know that GM is preparing to launch a new series of life-size trucks too early to compete with the new Ford F-150 or the next RAM. This new truck series will come with new engines, new operating equipment and probably a new design. It is reasonable to assume that most of these improvements will also be seen in the next 2018 GMC Yukon at one time or another.
Exterior and Interior
The exterior appearance of the 2018 GMC Yukon will remain the same as the current model. But since its design is still this should not relatively cool, a problem. The Denali version, however, getting a new multilayer grid not only gives a different look front, but also increases the airflow in the engine compartment. Inside, spacious and well-equipped 2018 GMC Yukon remains unchanged, while the 2018 GMC Yukon Royal victory trim Ashwood wood putty.
As almost everything else in the Yukon standard remains the same, we expect standard features remain the same. If this is true, wait 2018 GMC Yukon go standard with 18-inch alloy wheels, heated mirrors, fog lights, side step boards, front and rear parking sensors, input and ignition, Climate zone tri, steering wheel wrapped, a 110-volt plug-in household, a new Bose audio speaker system and more.
The current model gets a 5.3-liter V8 with 355 horsepower or more 6.2 V8 with 420 horsepower and 460 foot-pounds of torque liters. Both are able to go back on the 16 to 17 MPG on average, which is good, but not great. Ford has already demonstrated that could make a small engine and relatively efficient with the new generation EcoBoost. Rumors say the 2018 GMC Yukon could be one of the first GM cars to receive a new engine designed specifically for heavy duty applications. It should be a V6 double turbo 3.6 liter is said to be capable of more than 400 horsepower and 440 lb-ft of torque. We can also see V8 bi-turbo V8 replacing small 5.3 liters, especially as emission standards are increasingly difficult to meet each year. The old six-speed automatic 5.3 V8 and the eight-speed unit in the 6.2 V8 is likely to be interrupted. The two most likely to be replaced by the new GM automatic capacity will provide better 10-speed traction and better fuel economy.
Release and Price
We anticipate that production 2018 GMC Yukon will begin in August 2017 and reach the showrooms in September. Official prices are not available, but expect to see minimal price changes in the current model, which sells for $ 49,825 to $ 72,960 (including destination charges). Low lease payments and various financial incentives tend to attract buyers to opt for the 2018 GMC Yukon.