Let’s get the obvious question out of the way first: what’s the difference between the Yukon and the Yukon XL? It’s a valid one and it is simply answered. The Yukon XL is just a bigger version of the regular Yukon.
However, don’t for one second think that the regular Yukon comes up short when it comes to hauling people or gear. It’s just that the Yukon XL is the “extra-large” version of the SUV.
2020 Yukon XL: The Tale of the Tape
If you’re looking for the ultimate SUV to haul the kids, the dog, the gear, and everything else, you’ll find it with the 2020 Yukon XL. Here’s the Yukon XL by the numbers:
- Overall length: 224.4 inches. That’s nearly TWO feet longer than the regular Yukon.
- Cargo Volume Behind Third Row: 39.3 cu. ft. (compared to 15.3 cu. ft. with the regular Yukon).
- Third Row Leg Room: 34.5 in. (compared to 24.8 in. with the regular Yukon).
- Fuel Tank Capacity: Approx. 31.0 gallons (compared to 26.0 gallons with the regular Yukon).
- Max Trailering: 8,300 lbs. (compared to 8,500 lbs. with the regular Yukon).
The 2020 Yukon XL Can Haul It All
As you can see from the stats above, the 2020 GMC Yukon XL delivers a bit more of everything (with the exception of trailering) than the standard Yukon. When it comes, however, to engine configurations, luxury options, trims, and other features – both vehicles are essentially the same.
In fact, the Yukon is one of the few SUVs in the market that hasn’t been “crossovered” by the manufacturer. In essence, it’s still a large, brawny people mover with plenty of muscle that’s perfect to take on the longest summer trip.
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Test The 2020 GMC Yukon XL at Lee Buick GMC
The best way to experience the power and size of the 2020 GMC Yukon XL is with a test drive at Lee Buick GMC. Our dealership has a great selection of Yukon XL models to choose from, and some amazing money-saving purchase and lease specials available. Come in today and see for yourself what the 2020 GMC Yukon XL can offer for you and your family.
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