"This Yukon sat for 3 months, from October to January 15, without being started or moved. Two days ago, the weather was very cold and my car, which is ten years newer, wouldn't start. Not thinking I'd have a snowballs chance in heck of starting the Yukon, I grabbed the keys and tried it. Boom, started in a flash. This is one vehicle you can depend on. It has a little rust, not much. The interior is pretty good, the driver seat has some wear, but there is a new seat cover for it. the second row seats are in great condition, hardly used. They are easily removed for more cargo space. A great vehicle."
"I have had my Yukon for going on 3 years now, had 153,000 on it when I bought it. Never any trouble with it. Just doing regular oil changes and regular maintenance. I don't hesitate to take this on a trip even with the 207,000 that I have on it now. Great vehicle!!! Plus rides like a Lincoln."
Pros: "Comfortable, Reliable, Great in Bad Weather"
Cons: "Not as fuel efficient as a chevy volt"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"I purchased a used 2003 GMC Denali in 2005. This truck has been excellent. I have over 300000 miles on it as of today. The truck feels like new still today. I'm not sure about the quality of the newer SUV's but they definitely knew what they were doing when they built this truck. Just wanted to say thanks for building a great truck."
"This truck still runs like new. There are some minor flaws, but nothing that can't be fixed. There are some spots where the paint is coming off, but not noticeable unless pointed out. They were on the truck when I bought it. Also the Service Stability and 4 Wheel Drive lights do come on sometimes. This was also going on when I bought the truck. I haven't noticed any difference in the way the truck drives or handles because of this. I think it might only need a new 4 wheel drive selector switch. It also will need new tires."
"I enjoyed this vehicle for about 75k - 100k. Didn't drive it hard, was truly a school bus. Things started falling apart just shy of 100K. Once I went over, 2 cyclinders blew and I had to spend $5K to get a new engine. I hear it all the time, but I wish American cars had longevity. My Acura lasted for 250K, my volkswagon for about the same, and I'm sure my Toyota will do the same. I'll never buy another GMC/Chevy for the rest of my life."