For 2008, General Motors is selling the 2008 GMC Yukon Hybrid and its rebadged twin, the Chevy Tahoe, in only one trim that comes, essentially, fully loaded. The standard features list is accordingly lengthy, but the 2008 GMC Yukon Hybrid leaves little room for personal touches.
When it comes to the 2008 GMC Yukon Hybrid, USA Today reviewers divulge that in order "to help hide, and pay for, the cost of the hybrid system, it's a premium model." Kelley Blue Book simply calls that one trim "expensive," but at least you get quite a few standard features in exchange for the high sticker price. Edmunds says that "other than its sophisticated running gear, the Yukon Hybrid is essentially a fully loaded Yukon SLT," and it comes standard with "niceties like leather, a rearview camera and navigation system." Other standard equipment on the GMC Yukon Hybrid 2008, according to Kelley Blue Book, includes "powerfolding heated side mirrors, electric power steering, side-mounted assist steps, rear park assist," and an impressive "Bose nine-speaker audio system."
As far as options go on the GMC Yukon Hybrid 2008, well, at least they've kept things simple. Reviews read by TheCarConnection.com, such as the one from USA Today, say that "only rear-seat video and a sunroof are options" for the interior. The only other pair of available options for the GMC Yukon Hybrid 2008 are an "engine block heater" for those living in cold climates and a "locking rear axle," according to Kelley Blue Book.