The 2010 GMC Yukon Hybrid offers few options. On many other SUVs, its base equipment would be described as "fully loaded," including features that are optional on the nonhybrid Yukon. Six-way power-adjustable front seats with leather trim are standard, as are adjustable pedals. The AM/FM/XM audio and navigation system includes voice recognition and GM's OnStar system, as well as real-time traffic information. The premium Yukon Denali Hybrid ups the ante even more, ending up a notch short of the pricier (and even blingier) Cadillac Escalade Hybrid. It adds standard 12-way power, heated and cooled, leather-appointed perforated front seats, as well as heated second-row seats. The only three options on the Yukon Denali Hybrid are a sunroof, a rear-seat entertainment DVD system, and a blind-spot alerting system in the side mirrors. For 2010, GMC adds a standard USB port in the center console, making it easier to use personal music devices and to charge certain electronic gadgets.
Edmunds says of the 2010 GMC Yukon Hybrid 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." 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 the Yukon Hybrid "expensive." Other standard equipment on the GMC Yukon Hybrid 2010, according to Kelley Blue Book, includes "power folding heated side mirrors, electric power steering, side-mounted assist steps, rear park assist," and an impressive "Bose nine-speaker audio system."
Because it is so heavily loaded, there are few options on the 2010 GMC Yukon Hybrid. Reviews read by TheCarConnection.com, such as the one from USA Today, note that "only rear-seat video and a sunroof are options" for the interior. Just two more options complete the available list for the Yukon Hybrid: an "engine block heater" for those in cold climates, according to Kelley Blue Book, and a "locking rear axle."