The all-new 2021 GMC Yukon, with a bold new exterior design is certain to turn heads. It’s the best looking full-size SUV on the market!
The 2021 Yukon lineup is headlined by an all-new and more upscale Denali. As you probably know, the Denali sub-brand has been wildly successful for GMC, accounting for nearly 60% of all Yukon sales. This latest Yukon Denali delivers a first-class experience, with an exclusive interior that features a completely new instrument panel, unique seats and a choice of four unique color themes, outfitted with premium and authentic materials.
Ride quality also gets a big upgrade, thanks to a new multilink independent rear suspension, which replaces the rear solid axle. Available four-corner Air Ride Adaptive Suspension offers ride-height adjustments of up to 4 inches total, as well as an automatic self-leveling feature. In addition, Magnetic Ride Control dampening uses sensors to continually read the road and alter the damping rate of the shocks almost instantly. It reacts much faster than traditional shock absorbers to reduce bouncing, body roll and vibrations that can often resonate in a large SUV.
The 2021 Yukon Denali debuts a more confident stance and improved proportions enabled by its longer wheelbase and new chassis. With a 4.9 inch-longer wheelbase and 6.1 inch increase in overall length compared to the current model, it adds over 10 inches of legroom in the third row and more than 10 cubic feet of additional cargo space behind the third row.
While the Yukon XL sees smaller size adjustments, with a 4.1 inch increase in wheelbase and a 0.9 inch increase in overall length, these changes result in an additional 23 cubic feet of cargo space overall, making GMC’s roomiest SUV for both passengers and cargo even roomier. Both vehicles now have a lower, flatter cargo-loading floor, allowing for easier access to cargo space.
On both vehicles, access to the third row is easier than ever, thanks to new sliding second-row seats that improve ingress and egress. The second-row seat can slide 5.5 inches, a first for Yukon passengers.