The SLE trim of the 2012 GMC Yukon SUV is known for offering roomy space for passengers with its nine passenger capacity. Buyers will also appreciate the foldable second row of seats when transporting large cargo. The SLT trim for the 2012 GMC Yukon SUV is highly recommended for drivers with towing needs as it can haul up to 8500 pounds. Upgrades on this trim level include front coil-over shocks, side blind zone alert, and heated side mirrors. The Denali on the other hand, is the top of the line trim for the Yukon, and as one might expect houses the best amenities and features available. The list of upgrades start with the inclusion of the bigger engine, the 6.2L V8 FlexFuel, which is mated to an automatic transmission. Some luxury features include a Navigation System, satellite radio, iPod and Bluetooth capabilities, side curtain airbags, third row seats, traction control, and DVD player.
The latest addition to the vehicle is the touch screen based navigation system, Sirius XM radio, and the Weather and Time Shift recorder. If you are looking for the best experience in the Yukon, the Denali model is highly recommended. The list of features is top-notch, starting with the iconic honeycomb grille, chromed wheels, and the body-colored steps. While the included option is a monster in size, it is still relatively fuel-efficient. Capability defines the mantra in the Yukon's construction. You'll be able to trek or haul things anywhere with the Heavy Duty Trailering Package. Included is a seven-wire harness, trailer hitch, and weight-distributing hitch platform. The Yukon is a workhorse molded into an SUV.