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A descendent of another American favorite, the Jimmy, the GMC Yukon has been a mainstay in the world of full-size vehicles for more than 20 years. Originally based on the GMT400 platform, the first-generation GMC Yukon utilized a truck chassis, and in 1994, it switched from being offered strictly as a 2-door to adding a 4-door model to the roster. Consequently, the 4-door Yukon weighed in about a half-ton more than the 2-door model. The vehicle came standard with a 5.7 L small-block V8 engine. In 1994, a 6.5 L turbocharged V8 became available. In 2000, the Yukon and the Tahoe (both are closely related) were redesigned and moved to the GMT800 platform, at the time the most recent platform for GM's full-size trucks. Smaller yet more powerful engines were introduced to replace the standard 5.7 L from the first series, including a 5.3 L Vortec V8 capable of topping out at 285 horsepower.

The second-generation Yukon offered an automatic transmission only and showcased some exterior changes as well. The outline of the body was now more aerodynamically friendly and the grille was improved for a bolder image. Inside, enhanced Yukon parts such as upgraded seats, improved door panels, and a new dash were introduced. In 2003, the Yukon got new changes. For example, it was equipped with new GM's stability control system, StabiliTrak. Other amenities such as satellite radio and a DVD entertainment system were also offered. In 2004, the GMC Yukon was available with either a 4.8 L Vortec engine that displayed the same horsepower as the original 5.3L (285) or a new 5.3L Vortec rated for 295 HP.

Redesigned for the GMT900 platform, the third-generation GMC Yukon debuted in 2007. The front of the exterior featured a substantial number of changes. A smoother, curvier hood, new fascia, and larger grille highlight the restyling cues. New seats, real wood trim on the dash, chrome accents, and improved door panels make up the notable updates for the interior. Thanks to Active Fuel Management, highway fuel mileage improved to 19 mpg. Active Fuel Management shuts down half the cylinders on the engine in order to conserve fuel during periods of light driving. The engines were upgraded with the performance-oriented GMC Yukon parts. The base engine is still the 4.8L Vortec V8, only it is now capable of 10 more horsepower (295) compared to the previous generation, and a 5.3L V8 (320 horsepower) came standard on all 4-wheel drive versions of the Yukon. Sales expectations have been exceeded by the latest edition of the Yukon, despite the economic turbulence within the automotive industry. From 2000 to 2008, the GMC Yukon has sold on average 236,561 units per year, easily placing it among the elite in its class in terms of overall popularity.

In today's world, drivers crave versatility and options. They want safety, power, and comfort. With SUVs becoming such a staple on the automotive landscape, it is no wonder why many have flocked to the GMC Yukon. The rugged capability and bevy of options make the Yukon a crowd-pleaser. The improved, aerodynamic body, bold presence, and exterior trim provide a sleek stylish look rarely seen on other SUVs. Flexible and plush, the GMC Yukon delivers on every level.

CARiD offers a wide selection of premium quality GMC Yukon Accessories and Parts that includes everything you may need to restore, upgrade, or maintain your vehicle from bold, classy grilles and luxurious dash kits to grille guards and floor mats, and more. All products on offer are made by prominent manufacturers that can be counted on for quality and reliability. Purchasing from us, you can order the right aftermarket parts for the GMC Yukon that you need from the comfort of your home or office and have them delivered as soon as possible.

Whatever you expect from your GMC Yukon, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your GMC Yukon and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!

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Installed in about 3 hours and lowered my Yukon just right with 1.5 inches in front and full 2 inches in the rear. My wife and I love them.
Posted by Emery (Andrews, TX) / October 05, 20202008 GMC Yukon
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