2020 GMC Yukon will be perfectly fit for the fans of full-size SUV. Fans can start to anticipate the fifth generation of GMC Yukon that has been planned to be launched as a 2020 model. After four generations of this well-known crossover, the major redesign should finally be expected in this upcoming model. Below are the information and prediction about this muscular car.
2020 GMC Yukon Exterior and Interior Redesign
This upcoming model has been expected to look more appealing than the previous model. This SUV is predicted to have more aggressive and muscular exterior styling. Rumors believe that the upcoming Yukon will be available with its longer wheelbase, known as the Yukon XL. The length of this version will be expanded and offer more spacious three-row cabin.
The overall look and features of this car have mostly been compared to Chevrolet Suburban as its competition. The new Yukon is predicted to be available in three trim levels, with the SLT being the base and the Denali being the top trim level. The upcoming Yukon is also expected to improve its suspension system and towing capacity.
The 2020 GMC Yukon will provide three rows of seats that can accommodate up to eight travelers. Moreover, there will be no space issues if the fans choose the XL configuration. In other words, the regular Yukon cannot really promise for its third row as it might get a bit cramped when it comes to third row passengers.
This upcoming model is expected to provide less cargo space compared to the family-oriented Ford Expedition. However, the new 2020 Yukon is predicted to have more innovative interior design and significant updates. Such as an 8.0-inch IntelliLink infotainment touch-screen with the three-zone automatic climate control, a nine-speaker Bose audio system, a rear-view camera and many more that help drivers to have proper and safe driving experience.
2020 GMC Yukon Engine, Safety Features, Price, and Release Date
The upcoming Yukon is predicted to utilize either a 3.0-liter or a 3.6-liter twin-turbo V6, yet there will be possibilities that other more powerful engine choices will be available for this model. In other words, this SUV might come with a 5.3-liter V8 that creates 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque. It would be paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.
Unfortunately, there has not been trustworthy information about the the safety features of this car. This SUV must be installed with adequate safety features that protect and mitigate the driver and passengers from unwanted circumstances impacted from any accidents.
Rumors cannot really state the exact release date of the 2020 Yukon but fans might expect it in fall 2019. The Yukon is expected to be more expensive than its competitor Chevrolet Tahoe as its price might start at $48,000.