About GMC Yukon
GMC Yukon is a full-size SUV from General Motors offered since 1991. It was the rebadging of its predecessor Jimmy, whose meaning refers to the Yukon territory of northern Canada. The model was only sold in North America and the Middle East, parallel to its counterpart. The GMC Yukon currently serves as a part of General Motors' full-size SUV family and is differentiated from similar models by passenger capacity and cargo area behind the C pillar.
The first-generation GMC Yukon was introduced in 1991 for the 1992 model year, succeeding the second generation (K5) Jimmy, extending its length and shifting to a 4-door vehicle, but there was also a 2-door version. It was based on the Suburban but was shorter in size, sharing the GMT400 platform. The four-door vehicle got a 117.5 inches wheelbase, and 199 inches in length, while the two-door is 111.5 inches in wheelbase and 188 inches in length. The two-door version weigh roughly 4,500 lb (2,041 kg) while the four-doors weigh about 5,500 lb (2,495 kg). Annual changes or updates were made beginning in 1994.
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The second-generation GMC Yukon was redesigned and introduced for the 2000 model year, based on the new GMT800 platform. The model featured softer lines as part of a more aerodynamic design, with grille, headlights, and body-side moldings distinguished from its counterpart. The interior of the GMC Yukon also received an update including new seats, dashboard, and door panels. It was still updated annually from 2000 to 2006. Our parts also update frequently with the vehicles. The parts are from the original factory and are tested by the same team that designed the car. Come and see our parts and do not hesitate to purchase one if needed.
The third-generation GMC Yukon was launched in late 2005 for the 2007 model year, offering a hybrid version using the brand's Advanced Hybrid System 2. The platform was changed to GMT921/922 based on the GMT920. Changes included new front fascias, hood, tail lights, a monolithic grille, and headlights, making the appearance more angular. Engines were also improved. The fourth generation GMC Yukon was redesigned in 2013 and was released in February. Built on the new GMT K2XX platform, the model was installed with fold-flat second-and third-row seats with a larger area, but the cargo space was reduced.
The brand introduced a fifth-generation GMC Yukon soon after Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan in January 2020, together with its sibling model. It featured an independent rear suspension, two types of dashboards for choosing, a front grille similar to Sierra, and a tailgate similar to the crossover SUV lineup. Three trims, SLE, SLT, and Denali were also expanded with the 4WD-exclusive AT4.