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What will you spend if you set your sites on a GMC Yukon in the GMC Trucks Thunder Bay lineup? “The base Yukon SLE starts at $49,100, which is midrange among base prices in the class. The range-topping Denali trim starts at $66,200.”
The Chevy Tahoe has a lower starting price than the Yukon, but these two General Motors SUVs are practically twins and so they are worth comparing for fun. They happen to have the same engine options, features lists, and cargo capacities, so in a way they really are twins. The Yukon is slightly more upscale and offers a long-wheelbase model. The Chevrolet Suburban is the equivalent of the long-wheelbase Yukon XL. “There are many similarities, so your choice between these two may boil down to personal preference.” Come by your Thunder Bay GMC trucks dealer and check out both of them and others today.