Pre-Owned 2018 GMCYukon Denali 4X4

  • VIN: 1GKS2CKJ6JR341012
  • Stock: 341012
On The Lot
at PMP Direct Delivery - Franklin
Location Details
Seven locations to serve you:  Mayfield, Murray, Paducah, and Louisville KY. Jackson and Nashville, TN., and St. Louis, MO.
Odometer
75,814 miles
Fuel Economy
14.0/22.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Onyx Black
Interior Color
Cocoa Dark Atmosphere
Body
SUV
Transmission
Automatic
Engine
6.2L 8
GMC Yukon
  • Carfax One Owner

Dealer Notes

**FULLY SERVICED AND INSPECTED** **30 DAY POWERTRAIN PLUS WARRANTY**.....ONE OWNER.....4X4.....AUX/USB.....BLUETOOTH.....BACKUP CAMERA.....BLINDSPOT SYSTEM.....FOG LIGHTS.....HEATED AND COOLED LEATHER SEATS.....HEATED STEERING WHEEL.....LANE KEEP/DEPARTURE ASSIST.....NAVIGATION.....ON-STAR.....BOSE SOUND SYSTEM.....POWER RUNNING BOARDS.....SUNROOF.....SATELLITE RADIO.....REAR ENTERTAINMENT.....TOW PACKAGE.....DENALI.....

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall3.9Out of 5
  • Not the best or the worst

    By Orion on Friday, October 23, 2020

    3.0
    I have owned this car four years and purchased new from the dealership. The sticker price was $60k for the XL SLE (base model) but I ended up paying $46k and in my opinion is where the vehicle should be priced. One issue that needed to be fixed immediately after purchase was the body, none of the doors body lines matched up so the doors, hood and fenders were removed and replaced properly. There was also a paint defect so they repainted the passenger side of the vehicle as well. The vehicle lacks refinement for having a base model sticker price of $60k, fully loaded is around $90k. Once in a while the transmission will ‘slam’ into gear making a loud noise almost like you ran something over. The dealership says this is normal which I do not agree with, but if this truly is normal I question why GM would find that acceptable. Like most GM vehicles, the quality degrades quickly past the 3 year mark. You get more engine noise (loud ticking), suspension squeaking and premature interior wear. The drivers seat feels like it shifts from side to side while going around turns. I weigh about 180 lbs so I do not think that is the issue with the seat falling apart. Also like most GM vehicles, it won’t leave you stranded. Despite its lack of refinement I have not spent any money on repairs and the regular recommended maintenance is reasonably priced. The XL has a massive interior and I can easily fit sheet goods (Sheetrock, plywood, etc.) up to 4’x8’ and still able to close the back hatch with room to spare. Even with the 3rd row seats up there is room for luggage and my model which does not have 2nd row captains chairs seats up to 8 people. If you have a lot of kids or always doing large home projects this vehicle is one of a few options out there with this much space. This is also wider than the average minivan so you can easily fit 3 child seats in a row with room between them. Towing capacity on my model isn’t great, it is only 6000 lbs but that is due to the 3.18 gear ratio in the rear differential. This means better MPG since the engine is under 2000 rpm at highway speeds. My issue is that I need more towing capacity and the dealership told me it was much higher than it is. I blame this on myself for not verifying before purchase, I should have known better than to trust a sales person... Driving the XL is easier than it looks. The turning radius is tight so parallel parking or just squeezing into a parking space at the store is not a hassle, even better when you back into a spot with the reverse camera. The camera shows lines to predict where your car will go when you turn the wheel which is a nice feature. Driving in snow is not an issue. Even in a foot of snow I usually do not need the 4x4 but will keep it in auto 4x4 just in case. Once I upgraded to off-road tires it was even more capable in bad weather. Stability control is great too, and prevents you from spinning out of control. If you are buying the largest SUV on the market do not expect exceptional gas mileage. Even with the active fuel management I see about 20 to 24 highway and 15 to 18 around town. For a base model the stereo is great, it has 9 Bose speakers and they have plenty of range for playing all types of music with too much distortion. The infotainment system is large and easy to use. Climate control is easy to use which are just normal knobs, I like this better than trying to navigate a touchscreen to change temperature setting because it keeps my eyes on the road. Climate control has 3 zones and keeps everyone comfortable on long trips.
  • Better than a Cadillac

    By Shelly on Friday, November 20, 2020

    5.0
    Love my yukon. A little rough driving over bumps. Overall better than a esclade any day..
  • Looks nice, but not built nice.

    By DK on Friday, May 14, 2021

    3.0
    5 years old and 50k miles needed 4k worth of work. Thank god I had a warranty. Needed ac control unit changed, condenser changed, found leaking radiator, caliper locked up and almost melted brake hose. Also have had the very common problem of the XM antenna leaks and dumps water all over you and wipes out GPS and XM. Not fun when you are on a road trip 800 miles from home. The ride with the 22in wheels is firm and has caused a lot of interior rattles over the years. Interior electronics are good, Bose sound system is great as is seat comfort. The 6.2 V8 is great, 8 speed transmission is ok, its rough in the morning. MPG is actually quite good for its size and power. I have gotten 24MPG on backroads and around 18 in the city.
*Price excludes tax, title, and license charges and where allowed by state law, may exclude doc. fees up to $599 and other applicable fees.

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