With a choice between a black or neutral tone, the interior of the newest Yukon Denali Hybrid screams sophistication, and the wood-look paneling only adds to the contemporary style. As far as interior technology goes, the Denali seems to be slightly lacking. In an age where we can do almost anything from the comfort of our vehicles, you would expect a little bit more from such a well-known name in the motor vehicle industry. But other perks may certainly make up for where it maybe lacking for many SUV and/or GMC lovers.
The exterior of the 2012 Denali Hybrid is just as stylish as the interior, with a chrome grill that will not be found on any other vehicle other than the Denali, and eight single-spoke, 22 inch chrome wheels. Stylish and functional running boards, dual halogen composite head lamps, a chrome fuel door, and a luggage rack with crossbars not only top off the sleek style of the outer vehicle, but provide the functions that would be expected of a top-of-the-line SUV as well. While all of these things make the Yukon Denali Hybrid a functional and stylish vehicle to drive, what is often one of the most important factors to play into a buyers decision are the extras that they can say they have that their friends don't, the things that make the vehicle fun to drive. Such extras include things like a power sunroof and liftgate, Solar-Ray deep tinted glass, and a leather-wrapped deluxe steering system.
Finally, more important to most drivers than any other features are those that keep them and their family and friends safe. It was not so many years ago that some SUVs were rated less safe than other types of vehicles, but this does not seem like it will be a problem with the new Yukon Denali Hybrid. Safety features in addition to those mentioned before include the LATCH child safety seating system, side blind zone alert system, tire pressure monitoring system, intelligent brake assist, vehicle theft deterrent system, and OnStar service. It is obvious that GMC covered just about every safety issue when they developed and manufactured the 2012 Yukon Denali Hybrid. And although it may be a vehicle with a pretty hefty price tag, it is one that is equipped with all of the features that would be expected to come along with such a high price. But, in the end of all ends, not everybody can afford all of these features, even if they want to. And since the standard equipped version comes with most of these features, there is not a sufficient option to be able to pick and choose in order to bring the price down significantly. But if you're willing to spend the money, and you love SUVs and you want a hybrid, then the 2012 Yukon Denali Hybrid may just be the vehicle for you.