2020 GMC Yukon Models, Trims & MSRP
There aren’t a ton of traditional SUVs out there on the market anymore, as the classification has dwindled proportionately to the rise of the crossover. The few that remain do their jobs well, and the GMC Yukon is certainly one of them. We wanted to give you the complete and total rundown on all of your major options when it comes to shopping for the 2020 GMC Yukon, so you can check out the table below to find information on the different models and trims that are available, as well as the starting price points, or MSRPs, of each.
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|Yukon XL||SLE||Rear-wheel Drive||$54,695|
|Yukon||SLT Standard Edition||Rear-wheel Drive||$56,095|
|Yukon XL||SLE||Four-wheel Drive||$57,695|
|Yukon XL||SLT Standard Edition||Rear-wheel Drive||$58,895|
|Yukon||SLT Standard Edition||Four-wheel Drive||$59,095|
|Yukon XL||SLT||Rear-wheel Drive||$61,795|
|Yukon XL||SLT Standard Edition||Four-wheel Drive||$61,895|
|Yukon XL||SLT||Four-wheel Drive||$64,795|
|Yukon XL||Denali||Rear-wheel Drive||$71,795|
|Yukon XL||Denali||Four-wheel Drive||$74,795|
As you can see, there are two different Yukon models to choose from – the regular Yukon or the extended-length Yukon XL. Each is separated into four trim levels – SLE, SLT Standard Edition, SLT and Denali – which are then available with either a rear-wheel drive system or four-wheel drive system. Prices range from just under $52k for the base Yukon up to just under $75k for the Yukon XL Denali. If you’d like to learn more about what’s available at each different trim level, don’t hesitate to stop in or give us a call!