compareWhen considering a new GMC Truck from Thunder Bay, some will consider the SUV families of vehicles as well.  The GMC Yukon, for example, gets plenty of attention as a good comparison for GMC Trucks in Ontario at your local Canadian GMC Trucks Dealerships.  The GMC Yukon is a really great large SUV, that is the truth.  However, like most truck-based vehicles, the large Yukon can be difficult to drive for some, so isn’t for everyone. This is especially true in tight situations like parking lots, and even more so if you aren’t used to driving these types of vehicles. If you really want this size vehicle, as many understandably do, then the GMC Yukon will serve you well, especially given all of their driver assist features which make getting used to the size of these GMC Trucks in Thunder Bay, a little bit simpler.

“Luckily, the Yukon can help you feel more secure with its abundance of driver assistance features, like a standard rearview camera and rear parking sensors, as well as available adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking, lane keep assist, rear cross traffic alert, and blind spot monitoring. These features coupled with class-leading fuel economy and a luxury-level interior make the Yukon a great option.”  We next researched, on behalf of your Thunder Bay GMC Truck Sales in Ontario, some of the exact reasons why you may want to consider buying a GMC Yukon SUV.  We found the following to be true…

“The main benefits of buying a large truck-based SUV like the Yukon over a car-based midsize SUV like the GMC Acadia are its increased towing capacity and four-wheel drive.”  The GMC Yukon has a max towing capacity of 8,500 pounds, which is more than double the towing capacity of most midsize SUVs.  That hits the nail on the head for many GMC Truck buyers.   Four-wheel drive is also very useful during off-road excursions, while all-wheel drive isn’t as helpful when traveling off the beaten path.