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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
Upgraded level of features and luxury appointments
Kelley Blue Book
Premium Bose audio system with XM Satellite Radio capability
Denali versions up the luxury ante with heated first- and second-row seats
From the base-level GMC Yukon SLE to the premium-trim GMC Yukon Denali XL, all members of the 2008 GMC Yukon family are loaded with features. According to reviews read by TheCarConnection.com, GM also offers a variety of options to allow buyers to create the GMC Yukon 2008 configuration that's best for them.
The 2008 GMC Yukon leaves the factory with a long list of standard features, and Edmunds says that "niceties like leather upholstery, heated seats in the first two rows, power-adjustable pedals," and a "rear park assist are all standard." Adding to that list of standard features, Cars.com reviewers find that the Yukon Denali comes with "a premium audio system, rain-sensing windshield wipers and an available heated steering wheel." The premium GMC Yukon 2008 sound system is a hit in reviews read by TheCarConnection.com, and Kelley Blue Book states it incorporates a "six-CD changer" and "Bose 10-speaker Centerpoint Surround Sound audio." Kelley Blue Book rounds out the roster of the most noteworthy standard features by reporting that "a leather-wrapped steering wheel with genuine wood accents" is also found on the Yukon Denali.
Aside from the numerous standard features, the 2008 GMC Yukon also offers quite a few noteworthy options. Kelley Blue Book reports "some tempting extras are available," including a "navigation system" and "DVD entertainment." The GMC Yukon 2008 navigation system scores particularly well among reviewers, with Edmunds calling it "one of the best out there, with its intuitive design and large, brightly lit display." Edmunds also lists "additional optional equipment in the form of a sunroof" and "rearview camera," while Kelley Blue Book reviewers mention "20-inch wheels" are available on the GMC Yukon 2008 XL Denali SUV. Other desirable options include a "power sunroof" and "power-deployable running boards," which ConsumerGuide says are available for $995 and $1,095, respectively.
Standard features abound on the 2008 GMC Yukon, and the optional navigation system is world-class.