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2012 GMC Yukon

2012 Toyota Sequoia

  2011 GMC Yukon 2WD 4-door 1500 SLT Angular Front Exterior View 2012 Toyota Sequoia RWD 5.7L Limited (Natl) Angular Front Exterior View
Invoice $37,279 $37,247
13/21 13/20
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Bottom Line The 2012 GMC Yukon–in Hybrid Denali form especially–makes a strong argument that there's still very much a place in today's market for big, capable, and supremely comfortable body-on-frame SUVs. Read Full Review The 2012 Toyota Sequoia delivers traditional truck toughness, towing ability, and strong V-8 engines—plus the macho look to go with it. Read Full Review
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  • Luxurious interior
  • Strong acceleration
  • High tow ratings
  • Green-lux Hybrid Denali


  • Inconvenient third-row seating
  • Poor fuel economy (non-Hybrid)
  • The price of a luxury brand...but it's not
  • Lack of maneuverability


  • Strong, refined V-8 engines
  • High tow ratings
  • Good passenger comfort


  • Subpar interior trim
  • Lack of maneuverability
  • Poor gas mileage
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