2023 GMC Yukon Rumors, News, Specs, Price

2023 GMC Yukon Rumors, News, Specs, Price. The full-size GMC Yukon is closing to the end of its fourth generation. Actually, the 2023 GMC Yukon should be the last model year of the current generation and it will receive few changes.

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On the other hand, the closely related Chevy Suburban was spotted while testing the new generation design and the twined Chevy Tahoe will also come as the all-new 2023 Tahoe. All, of course, follow the redesign of GM’s light-light duty trucks the Silverado and Sierra. The new-gen Yukon will arrive for the 2023 model year with the changes mimicking those on the GMC Sierra and brand’s latest SUVs.


The 2023 GMC Yukon follows some minor changes on the exterior look and the introduction of the standard 10-speed automatic transmission for the 2018 model year. The model will switch to the new platform which will actually be the evolution of the current K2XX architecture.

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For the 2023 model year, three new exterior colors should be in the offer and two will disappear from the list. The new options should be Smokey Quartz Metallic, dark Sky Metallic and Pepperdust Metallic.

Reports also indicate two new package options. Both should include 22-inch wheels with unique designs. One will get black chrome mesh inserts in the grille and body-colored grille surround.

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The cabin of the upcoming Yukon will return unchanged. The Yukon also provides the maximum of 95 cubes of the cargo space while the extended-wheelbase version improves to 121 cubes.


The Yukon will return in the same trim options but the new packages should be added to the SLT trim.

All versions of the full-size SUV will include an 8-inch display-based infotainment system with Apple Car Play and Android Auto features. The base SLE will also come with the 18-inch wheels, tri-zone climate control, side steps, keyless entry and ignition, bucket front etas, etc. The safety systems such as the forward collision warning, low-speed braking, lane departure warning and intervention, etc. will likely be available in this trim as the package option.

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The SLT version will upgrade power mirrors, blind spot monitoring, head and ventilated front seats, heated middle row, wireless charging, etc. Two new package options should be added for this trim with 22-inch wheels, unique interior and exterior accents.

The top-tier Denali version will have adaptive dampers, premium leather upholstery and textures, a head-up display, navigation system, premium sound system, etc.


The 2023 GMC Yukon won’t change its power units. The rear wheel drive can be switched with the four-wheel drive with either single or two-speed transfer case with low range gearing.

The 6.2-liter V-8 should become available in the SLT trim in the new package while the Denali version has it under the hood by default. This engine pumps 420 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. The 10-speed auto gearbox is also in the combination.

The Yukon can carry a number of passengers but also allows up to 8, 500 pounds of towing capacity and that with the short-wheelbase version. The big mass needs more fuel and the Yukon will return around 19 mpg combined with the smaller engine. The more powerful Yukon should be around 17 mpg combined.

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The arrival of the 2023 GMC Yukon will be in the second half of the year. The base version will again start below $50k and climb over $65k for the Denali versions.

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