GMC Yukon Will Be Updated For 2024 Model Year: What To Expect?

2021 GMC Yukon photo

General Motors is going to refresh the fifth-generation GMC Yukon for the 2024 model year. First test prototypes have already begun to catch the eye of spy photographers.

The 2024 GMC Yukon will have revised front and rear fascias judging by the heavy-camouflaged front and rear parts in the photos available from GM Authority. The vehicle’s platform may undergo major changes as well.

GM Super Cruise or Ultra Cruise system is among the expected innovations. The current model comes without Super Cruise so far. The advanced Ultra Cruise system includes several door-to-door hands-free driving scenarios.

The current-generation GMC Yukon demonstrates sales growth dynamics. In 2021, its U.S. sales increased by a quarter over the year 2020. The 2022 model’s starting price (MSRP) is $52,100 before a destination charge, other fees, taxes, and options.

The SUV offers seating for up to nine occupants; the towing capacity is up to 8,400 pounds with Max Trailering Package; the fuel efficiency is 21 mpg (city) and 27 mpg (highway). Its cargo volume behind 3rd row is 25.5 cubic feet.

Engine options include a 5.3L V8 making 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque, a Duramax 3.0L turbo-diesel with 277 hp and 460 lb.-ft. of torque. The transmission is a 10-speed automatic one.

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