Overview & Reviews
The 2015 GMC Yukon XL is fully redesigned. Highlights include improved fuel economy, new standard and optional equipment including an integrated fold-flat third-row seat, updated exterior styling, a quieter interior and low-range gearing now available on the Denali model.
- Strong V8 power
- Extremely quiet highway ride
- Big cargo capacity
- Available nine-passenger seating
- High-quality cabin.
- Stout towing capacity
- Nine-passenger configuration only available on base model.
- Lazy gas pedal responsiveness
- Sheer size requires careful maneuvering in tight quarters
- High cargo floor and load height
User Reviews:Showing 1 through 2 of 2.00
Too many manufacturing Bugs. - 2015 GMC Yukon XL
By norab1 - May 13 - 4:00 pm
I received my Yukon XL in April of 2015. To date it has been returned to the dealer multiple times. There have been two recalls, and several "repairs". The heated steering wheel failed to work on delivery. Even though the vehicle is designed to be quiet inside, sheet metal "poping" noises inside are a disappointment and nearly impossible to repair. I believe GMC is aware of the problems. I received a Customer Service survey whose link was removed before I could respond.
A great family vehicle - 2015 GMC Yukon XL
By mring - August 4 - 11:22 am
We had a 2012 Traverse that was just to small for our family of 5 when we travel; started looking at other SUV's. My youngest daughter pointed out the Suburban that I thought was to big; but after looking at it found it was not. Then looked at GMC; more options for the $ decided to go to GMC. Glad I did took delivery in mid July; have 6k on it now; NO problems at all. Great vehicle; 4WD is very effective in the heavy rain in FL; towed my daughters car to FSU; didn't even know at times it was there. The engine shuts down to 4 cylinders when 8 are not needed to increase gas mileage; on one local trip got a high as 23 MPG; 150 mile in total trip; averaging over 19 on highway and 14-15 cit