How long does GMC last?
How long does GMC last?
Vehicle longevity depends a lot on how the vehicle is maintained. When properly maintained, you can easily 300,000 to 400,000 miles out of them without having to do any major drivetrain work. If the vehicle isn’t maintained and has a rough daily use, it might not last more than 5 or 6 years.
How often has my GMC Yukon Denali been in the shop?
Until last week I was the unfortunate owner of a 2001 GMC Yukon Denali. This vehicle was so plagued by problems that it made 9 trips to the dealer for repairs within the first 15 months of ownership. It had been in the shop 6 times since the first of the year!
How much does it cost to replace a GMC Yukon?
When it comes to maintance for vehicles’, GM is our worst enemy, with respects to the owner’s manual. GM prints the bare minimum for maint, with hopes your vehicle will wear out and you will need to replace it. As I truck owner who had to replace a front diff. to the tune of $2,000, I personally recommended every 30-40000 on those flushes.
Is the GMC Yukon Denali XL a good car?
Thanks for your input. Just bought a 2003 Denali XL after trading in a 2002 Yukon. Since buying the car we have been hearing a cracking and popping noise from the car after shutting of the engine (and also while at idle). The service manager tells us this is “normal for these cars”.
Is the GMC Yukon considered a luxury SUV?
General Motors is trying to market this vehicle as a luxury SUV but the engineering, quality and dealer experience are still light years from the europeans and even the japanese.
Are there any problems with the GMC Yukon?
In addition to the upper dash problems, the GMC Yukon has had many reported problems with the power door lock actuators. In these cases, the actuators become unbearably slow to work or even stop working entirely, leaving vehicle owners with no choice but to completely replace the part.
What to do if your GMC Yukon has a crack in it?
There isn’t an easy fix for an upper dash crack, and most vehicle owners generally choose to replace the entire upper instrument trim panel rather than deal with an unsightly and ultimately, unsafe, dash crack. As noted by RepairPal, close to 500 GMC Yukon owners have reported this specific issue.
Are there any knock sensor problems on GM trucks?
Knock Sensor Problems on GM Vehicles. Knock sensor problems are common on 1999-2007 Chevy Silverado, Express Van, Tahoe and Suburban trucks. Of course, this means that the GMC Sierra and Yukon of the same years have the same issues.
What kind of car is the GMC Yukon?
The GMC Yukon, also known as the GMT400, is a versatile vehicle that many families rely on for everything from heavy-duty road trips to everyday activities. More compact than a van and larger than many standard automobiles, the GMC Yukon has been a go-to for several decades, ever since it was first introduced in 1992.