The least expensive 2023 GMC Yukon SLE costs $54,000, while the highest-end Denali Ultimate costs $91,850. Other trim levels cost $60,700, $68,500, $72,100, and $91,850, respectively.
Both the 355-horsepower 5.3-liter and the 420-horsepower 6.2-liter V-8s from the previous-generation Yukon are carried over into the current one. GMC also offers a 3.0-liter turbo-diesel inline-six engine, which is the preferred option for those who plan to tow heavy objects, in addition to the gas-powered options.
Not that the Yukon is particularly fuel efficient, but it is slightly better in the city than its predecessor. The most fuel-efficient gasoline-powered Yukons have been rated at 16 mpg in the city, 20 mpg on the highway, and 18 mpg in the combined cycle, and these are the ones with the 5.3-liter V-8.
We found GMC’s latest infotainment interface to be intuitive and user-friendly on the Yukon’s large display, standard on all trim levels. Displays in the SLE, SLT, and AT4 models are freestanding in the center of the dashboard, but the Denali’s is embedded in the dashboard and surrounded by shiny chrome for a more premium appearance.