newThe Yukon Graphite Edition of the latest GMC Trucks for sale in Thunder Bay is definitely a focus for today as well as our most recent posts on behalf of their Thunder Bay GMC Trucks dealership in Canada.  The truth is, there is quite a bit to share with you about the luxury involved in this truck’s design.  In terms of refinement, let us pick up on the outside and include the following, “To further refine ride quality, air levelling rear suspension is also standard on Yukon Graphite Edition.”  But, you ought to know that we have yet to explore the details surrounding the exterior portion of these new trucks, especially as it pertains to the performance edition of these trucks.

Here’s what we are told online by many who have experienced these new GCM Trucks up close, “The Yukon Graphite Performance Edition goes a step further, building on the distinctive look of the Yukon Graphite Edition with unique 22-inch, six-spoke wheels with a gloss black finish, while further elevating both performance and premium convenience.”

Let’s wander under the hood to further evaluate this truck’s performance, shall we?  “To start, Yukon Graphite Performance Edition gains a powerful 6.2-liter V-8 engine, along with an advanced 10-speed automatic transmission, as standard equipment. Delivering 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque, this incredible powertrain combination is usually reserved for GMC’s flagship Yukon Denali, marking the first time it’s available in a Yukon SLT model.”  When it comes to new cars and trucks, it is common for one element to outweigh another.  In the case of these new Thunder Bay GMC Trucks in Canada, there is a distinct balance achieved between the ride and the powertrain, as the Yukon Graphite Performance Edition also provides a premium ride to match its premium powertrain, as the advanced Magnetic Ride Control suspension – previously only available on Yukon Denali – is standard equipment. “This system is capable of making quick, precise adjustments to dampening in order to deliver the perfect blend of handling and comfort for the road surface at hand.”