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With near-luxury large SUVs disappearing, the GMC Yukon XL seems to deliver with two beefy engines, a wealth of seating and storage, and 8,000 pounds of towing capacity. But manufacturing oversights and competent competition mean you should consider alternatives. The 2016 Yukon did get improvements: a faster IntelliLink processor, Apple CarPlay, and safety features like lane-keep assist and auto high beams, plus SLT trims and above now get a hands-free power rear liftgate.
One caveat: Thin sheet metal in the roof of large GM trucks built in 2015 can get detached from the support bows, causing the roof to flex at speed and change cabin pressure. This can cause queasiness and discomfort, so make sure you test-drive the truck before buying. GM issued service bulletins on the issue and claims it was taken care of by the end of 2015. It hasn't hit every large GM truck, but any can be affected, including the Tahoe, Suburban, and Escalade, and even pickups, like the Silverado and Sierra. Read more on CarGurus: https://cargur.us/c9gcn
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