I'll devote this review to the Yukon XL, an SUV we drove in top-level Denali trim. To the benefit of third-row legroom and cargo space, the Yukon XL adds a substantial 20.5 inches of length versus the regular Yukon, which we cover separately on Cars.com. It's closely related to the Chevrolet Suburban, which is itself an extended-length version of the Chevy Tahoe (Chevrolet and GMC are sibling brands under GM). Compare all four SUVs here, or go here to stack up the 2019 and 2018 Yukon XL.
GM's excellent 6.2-liter V-8 has powered higher trim levels of the Yukon and Yukon XL for a number of years. It's potent, with instantaneous accelerator response. Press the... Read More