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BASE INVOICE
$38,836
BASE MSRP
$41,760
On Features
The 2013 Yukon is very much a luxury SUV--especially if you're talking about the Denali.
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the navigation system that comes standard with the Yukon Hybrid is immediately intuitive
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elegant, near-Cadillac luxury at a lower price
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Third-row seats are fairly easy to remove, thanks to new tracks placed on the floor, but only if you're capable of lifting something like a 40-pound suitcase.
Edmunds' Inside Line

Controlling music and navigation is a cinch via a 5.5-by-3.5-inch color LCD panel that's front and center.
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Over the years, the GMC Yukon has become closer to a luxury vehicle, and farther away from the old work-oriented SUV that it was in the past.

The base Yukon SLE tings in at more than $40k, but it does include a generous list of features such as power windows, locks and mirrors; climate control; Bluetooth; and an AM/FM/CD player with an auxiliary and a USB port. Yukon SLT trims add remote start; three-zone climate control; rear parking sensors and a rearview camera; power-adjustable pedals; and a Bose audio system.

The top-of-the-line Denali is a serious luxury model--albeit one with a price that in Hybrid versions exceeds $60k--and adds a power-folding second-row seat; a power liftgate; Bose surround sound; ventilated front seats; and heated second-row seats.

Options on the Denali include DVD navigation and entertainment systems; power side steps; and a sunroof. Yukon Hybrid models include most of this gear and also get the Denali's additional sound insulation.

Conclusion

The 2013 Yukon is very much a luxury SUV--especially if you're talking about the Denali.

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