Ridiculous amount of cargo space whether the rear seats are up or down.
Choice of two strong engines with great acceleration.
Impressive towing capabilities.
Possible seating for nine passengers, if you opt for a front bench seat.
Subscription to OnStar included for several months.
Fine-tuned suspension provides a comfortable, smooth and quiet ride to all passengers.
Long list of standard safety features.
Plenty of options available for customers.
Drivetrain is backed by a long 5-year/100,000-mile warranty.
Both the 1500 and 2500 have horrible fuel-economy, forcing you to fill the large tank frequency.
Third row seat does not fold flat and will need to be completely removed for maximum storage capacity.
Exterior styling is uninspiring.
Cabin is a bit outdated.
Third row seat is not practical for adults.
Blind spots are a definite problem, but unfortunately, the blind spot warning system is not standard, as it should be.
Heavy weight makes it hard to maneuver.
Large 43-foot turning circle makes the Yukon XL extremely challenging to park.
Expected to score poorly in rollover protection like last year’s model.
Long braking distance.