2003 GMC Yukon User Reviews
- $6,374 - $6,938
- smooth ride, comfortable, reliable, lots of towing power
- fuel economy, re-sale value
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I've been driving a 2003 GMC Yukon SLT 4WD for over 3 years now, and I've loved every minute of it. The powerfull V8 lets me tow my dad's old Sierra with ease, and packing it out with fishing or hunting gear is not a problem. The frame and suspension aren't exactly 4x4, but she'll go anywhere off road as long as there's no mountains to cross, and is great in the snow! The fuel economy could be a little better, but I wouldn't trade it for a new Toyota Prius or a Hybrid if held a gun to my head. Go buy a Yukon!!!...read morehide
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