Strong engine offers plenty of passing power.
Surprisingly small turning circle of 39 feet, making it easy to maneuver.
Impressive towing capabilities.
Six-month subscription to OnStar included on every new Yukon.
Chrome package available for enhanced exterior styling.
Power lift gate available.
Generous cargo space is offered behind the first row seat.
Fold-and-tumble second row seat is easy to use with one hand.
Rear seat entertainment available.
Real-time dampening system provides a smooth ride.
Horrible fuel-economy at only 15 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway.
Minimal cargo space behind third row seat.
Third seat does not fold flat, so it needs to be completely removed for tall cargo.
Boxy exterior styling does not appeal to some consumers.
Touchscreen is a little too small.
Blind spot warning and rearview camera should be standard in a vehicle of this size.
Third row seat really is only practical for small children.
No telescoping steering wheel.
Steering is a bit vague, so Yukon is far from agile.