While on the outside the 2018 Chevrolet Suburban and 2018 GMC Yukon XL might seem like very similar vehicles, there are key characteristics that could make a big difference when planning your next adventure around Longview or Tyler. Explore the differences between these two full-sized SUVs.
|Chevrolet Suburban||5.3L V8||1,670 pounds|
|GMC Yukon XL||6.2L V8||1,610 pounds|
The Chevrolet Suburban offers a more fuel-efficient engine, delivering 16 mpg/city, whereas the GMC Yukon XL engine only delivers 14 mpg/city.
While both the Chevrolet Suburban in the GMC Yukon XL offer a suite of standard safety features that include:
That being said, the Suburban offers Marshall drivers one essential system the GMC does not: Hill Descent Control system. This available system delivers additional power to the vehicle’s brakes automatically when the Suburban is descending a steep slope. This extra power provides exceptional control and prevents skidding and slippage, which could be vital when the vehicle is traveling off-road or in more challenging conditions. GMC doesn’t offer a Hill Descent Control system on the Yukon XL.
According to industry experts, here are 73% more Chevrolet dealers and service centers than there are GMC dealers and service centers. This lack of certified GMC service personnel can make it more difficult to get the warranty coverage drivers need should something go wrong with the Yukon XL.
Explore the new Chevrolet Suburban when you schedule a test drive at Peters Chevrolet Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM Fiat. Contact us or visit our showroom in Longview to get started and see how easy financing your Suburban can be.