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Hagerty Employee

Review: 2021 GMC Yukon Denali

If there's one thing that General Motors does well, it's body-on-frame SUVs born from trucks. Suburban, the longest-running nameplate in America. Tahoe, the chariot of choice for prep-school parents. Escalade, the one thing Cadillac knows to not mess with. Last but certainly not least, there's the GMC Yukon, the badge that kicked off the General's segment mastery in 1991.

 

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carguyjim
Detailer

It seems ALL these upscale new trucks and SUV's have HUGE amounts of chrome plated plastic. Not only is an acre of intricate chrome hard to wash and maintain, eventually the plastic and the chrome start to bubble and peel, and you can bet this cheap trim won't be cheap to buy!!! I go for chrome only in minimal amounts, where it can be waxed along with the paint and hold up WAY better!!! I owned several Carwash and detail shops , and think this is a poorly conceived design trend...

YukonOwner
New Driver

No Roof Cross Rails Available (5/21) - If you need cross rails get them with the car when you buy it because there are non available from GMC or 3rd parties. Cross ails on 21+ model use a new clamp-on system that looks really neat but you cannot get the rails. Dealer just told me they were recalled. Check accessories.gmc.com if in doubt.