2021 GMC Yukon Denali: Next-gen Yukon gets tons of tech, holds line on price - Pickup Truck +SUV Talk (2023)

My husband called it a land yacht. I called it a big sucker. But however you want to look at it, the 2021 GMC Yukon Denali is quite large. Which, obviously, is kind of the point. The people who buy a Yukon are looking for that gargantuan size.

And now, for the 2021 model year, Yukon Denali adds more usable interior volume, plush interior accents and a lot of cool features.

For the most part, I really liked this next-gen Yukon – especially the tech features – but there are a few things I didn’t love as much as I wanted to.

Land yacht status

Let’s get this out of the way straight off: I’m about 5-feet tall, and I had a hard time getting a good driving position. The dash has a bumped-up bit that takes about 2 inches off of my over-the-wheel visibility, and no matter how high I pumped up the seat, my eye level was just slightly higher than the dash. I don’t remember having that problem in the previous-gen Yukon – and I haven’t started shrinking yet.

Because of my diminished visibility, I often found myself moving around in my seat – leaning forward, backward and sideways – to see over the dash and around the chunky A-Pillar whenever I was entering a 4-way stop or turning a corner.

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2021 GMC Yukon Denali (Photo by Jill Ciminillo)

I was also very tentative driving on the narrow Chicago streets in my neighborhood, worrying that I might clip a parked car. Part of that is definitely familiarity with the vehicle. As I only had about 20 hours behind the wheel, I didn’t quite manage to become comfortable with the sheer size of the Yukon Denali. The other part: The Yukon is 210 inches long and 81 inches wide.

The good news, however: Large as it is, it did fit in my petite city garage. So, someone in a city could own this and not have to worry about trying to find street parking night after night.

Plus, on the upside of the land-yacht status, the ride of the Yukon Denali was very smooth without feeling floaty.

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2021 GMC Yukon Denali (Photo by Jill Ciminillo)

The drive

As a Denali model, the test vehicle was equipped with the 6.2-liter V-8 engine that delivers 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. This is an excellent powertrain that provided smooth and seamless power exactly when I needed it. From quick off-the-line starts as the traffic light turns green to passing maneuvers on the highway, I never once felt like the Yukon Denali lacked power.

While the Yukon Denali was certainly easier to drive on the highway, I definitely felt its size here as well. While I didn’t feel like I had to make constant lane adjustments, I was all too aware that I was the lane.

I stop short of saying the Yukon Denali was fun to drive because it is so damn large, but it is definitely comfortable and effortless.

The base engine appearing in the SLE, SLT and AT4 trims is the 5.3-liter V-8 that delivers 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque.

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The 2021 GMC Yukon Denali has a 15-inch head up display. (Photo by Jill Ciminillo)

Teched out

One of the huge selling points for Yukon Denali – and a primary reason this vehicle works in a city environment – is the amount of interesting technology that makes it easier to drive as well as more functional.

Let’s start with the cameras. The high-definition surround-vision camera has up to nine different camera angles on the front, rear and side – and it even provides visibility and round a trailer or boat you might be towing. When your visibility might be hindered, this is absolutely the key not to hit something. In fact, I will credit these camera angles for helping me shove the land yacht into my city garage with nary a scrape on an alley garbage can.

Next, the 15-inch head up display shows a lot of helpful information, including the speed limit, actual speed and lane keep assist. My favorite feature, here, though is it measures how far away you are in seconds from the vehicle in front of you. No more counting (1-one thousand, 2-one thousand) to verify if you’re at least 2 seconds away; the Yukon Denali removes the guesswork.

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The 2021 GMC Yukon Denali is standard with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Wireless charging becomes standard in at the SLT trim. (Photo by Jill Ciminillo)

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Another tech-forward feature I appreciate is the completely wireless environment. It has become a pet peeve of mine when an automaker has wireless charging but makes you wire in for Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. But GMC – at least in the Denali trims – makes charging and CarPlay/Auto wireless, so it’s easy to drop your phone in the charging slot and forget about it.

Finally, I’m a huge fan of the power-sliding console, which answers the age-old question of: Where in the heck to I put my purse (or briefcase or take-out bag)? You no longer have to shove your bag on the floor or passenger seat because the console moves back about 12 inches, creating ample space for your precious cargo.

Oh, and speaking of cargo, GMC has added about 66% more cargo volume behind the third row, which gives the Yukon Denali potential to be a road-trip vehicle without adding a cargo carrier on top of or behind the vehicle. Plus, as an added bonus on the cool feature side of things, the test vehicle made it possible to drop both second and third rows to a fold-flat position from the rear of the vehicle. The third row also has a power up option, though the second row requires manual labor to put it back in place.

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2021 GMC Yukon Denali (Photo by Jill Ciminillo)

Design details

The exterior of the 2021 Yukon can best be described as handsome. With large horizontal lines and bold, blocky headlights, taillights and grille elements, this next-gen Yukon makes a statement from a distance.

It’s not a drastic departure from the previous model, but everything is sharper, larger, better.

For 2021 the interior across the Yukon lineup is also all new, and Denali models get exclusive interior accents. For the most part they are attractive and work really well with this vehicle. Most notably, the Denalis get a unique cross-stitch pattern on the seats, center console and doors – and I really liked it. I was also a fan of the wood inserts on the dash and the general look of the overall interior.

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2021 GMC Yukon Denali (Photo by Jill Ciminillo)

I even liked the design of the gearshift. The vertical placement on the dash is a bit disconcerting at first, but I got used to it during my brief test – even though (or maybe because) it reminded me of a set of brass knuckles. I liked the alternating push-pull of the buttons, which leaves little room for confusion on if you are putting it in drive versus park – park is a push, drive is a pull. Though my fingers are tiny, I think there is plenty of room for larger fingers – or even fingers with gloves – to execute the pull part of the operation.

Another nice design feature to note involves the power-sliding console. In addition to space for a bag, the console itself has a hidden drawer, which is large enough for a phone, notepad, wallet or spare change.

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A final detail of note centers around charge ports – and the fact there are USB-C ports all the way back in the third row. So, in addition to generous legroom, you can actually charge your devices while lounging back there.

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2021 GMC Yukon Denali (Photo by Jill Ciminillo)

A few annoying things

Of course, there are pitfalls to every vehicle. The 2021 GMC Yukon Denali is no exception. I could start with the obvious and say the fuel economy is abysmal. Even though the EPA says you should get 14 mpg in the city and 19 mpg on the highway, I was averaging 13.2 mpg in mostly highway driving.

But my bigger – and less obvious – problem was with some of the touch points. More specifically, the topper for the cup holders and the drawer inside the console feel kind of flimsy and cheap. The test vehicle was $83K, and this was definitely not something I expected at that price point.

Then, we get back to my driving position – which may not be a problem for big dudes (or dudettes) who might buy this truck. But for any petite drivers, say those under about 5 feet 2 inches, this is going to create some visibility problems – not only because of the high dash but also because of the chunky A-Pillar and overlarge side mirrors.

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2021 GMC Yukon Denali (Photo by Jill Ciminillo)

Trims & pricing

One of the interesting notes on pricing is GMC held the line, adding content but not significantly increasing the base price. The SLE only increases $100, the SLT stays the same and the Denali only increases by $700. That’s pretty awesome. Below are the base prices for non-XL, 2WD models.

SLE ($51,995): Incudes the independent rear suspsension, 10-speed automatic transmission, 10.2-inch infotainment screen, wireless AppleCarPlay/Android Auto.

SLT ($59,095): Adds 20-inch 6-spoke wheels, wireless charging, Bose 9-speaker audio system, heated-and-vented front seats, perforated leather seating surfaces, automatic climate control.

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2021 GMC Yukon Denali (Photo by Jill Ciminillo)

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AT4 ($66,095): This is a 4WD-only model and adds increased front approach angle of 32 degrees, red horizontal recovery hoods, front skit plate, 2-speed AutoTrac transfer case, hill descent control, 20-inch Goodyear all-terrain tires.

Denali ($69,695): Includes all SLT equipment and adds exclusive grille, exclusive instrument panel design, exclusive interior color things, high-definition surround vision, dual exhaust system with dual twin polished stainless-steel tips, Bose 14-speaker surround system

As a side note, XL adds $2,700, and 4WD will add $3,000.

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2021 GMC Yukon Denali (Photo by Jill Ciminillo)

The bottom line on the 2021 GMC Yukon Denali

In a general sense, GMC has done a great job with the 2021 Yukon Denali. It looks great, it drives comfortably, it has a ton of cool features, and (most importantly) the price increase is minimal.

With increased cargo and passenger volume plus clever features (like that power-sliding console), this next-gen 3-row SUV is going to be a clear winner in the full-size SUV segment.









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FAQs

How much will the 2023 Yukon Denali cost? ›

Additionally, the price of the Yukon Denali Ultimate – an all-new trim level for the 2023 model year – increased by $1,300, bringing its starting price to $95,295. Meanwhile, the 2023 GMC Yukon XL now starts at $61,895 for the SLE trim, and $68,595 for SLT trim.

What is the Denali technology package? ›

Advanced Technology Package - Includes (UKL) Super Cruise, (UKZ) Enhanced Automatic Parking Assist, (UVZ) Reverse Automatic Braking, (DRZ) Rear Camera Mirror, (CWA) Rear Camera Mirror Washer and (NWM) Advanced Security Package content.

What are the differences between the 2022 and 2023 Yukon Denali? ›

The 2023 GMC Yukon XL Denali won't exhibit any major changes compared to the 2022 model. There may be some minimal interior changes to seat options—particularly in the Ultimate trim level—but otherwise, the vehicle will remain largely the same.

Is Yukon AT4 better than Denali? ›

The main features separating the 2022 GMC Yukon Denali from the Yukon AT4 include price, performance capabilities, and features. While the AT4 costs less than the Denali, the Denali offers better horsepower and technology. Either way, you can't go wrong with a Yukon.

How much does a fully loaded 2022 Denali cost? ›

That said, for a 2022 GMC Denali-trim Yukon SUV, expect to pay a starting price of $69,500 MSRP. With the Ultimate package added on, expect to pay an approximate starting price of $79,605 MSRP.

How much is a 2022 fully loaded Denali? ›

With 87 dealer-added bed features, 23 cargo management features, and 24 electronics, you can easily spend another $20,000 or more on your pickup truck. In the end, the fully loaded 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali price is $80,355, and the dealer add-ons are a separate accessories price.

What is the difference between Denali Ultimate and Premium Package? ›

The Yukon Denali Ultimate package includes a nicer leather interior than the Premium. The Ultimate offers the option for two super cool add-ons – a rear-seat entertainment package and a Super Cruise driver assistance package. The latter includes the ability for towing and automatic lane changing.

What makes the Denali so special? ›

Denali signifies comfort and quality with attention to detail, including premium features and materials. Leather-appointed, heated driver and front-passenger seating, real aluminum trim, unique seat trims and stitching details are just a taste of the luxury, comfort and style you'll get in a Denali.

Is a Denali worth the money? ›

Overall, the Denali Ultimate provides more tech, extra convenience, a better ride, the complete towing package, and higher quality materials. For $81,690, it does not fall short of luxurious expectations.

Will there be a 2023 Yukon Denali? ›

There are two powertrain options in the 2023 Yukon Denali Ultimate. The standard setup is a 6.2-liter V8 that produces 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. With this engine, the Yukon accelerates quickly from a stop and has no problem passing other vehicles on the highway.

Is Denali better than Sierra? ›

Ultimately, since both trucks are very similar, it all comes down to where they are different. The Denali is more powerful and more luxurious, but also more expensive.

Is a Yukon Denali a luxury vehicle? ›

In the GMC lineup, Denali means luxury. Virtually every GMC product has a Denali trim, which represented the best the automaker had to offer.

Which is better Denali or Silverado? ›

2022 GMC Sierra Denali Keeps the Crown

The 2022 GMC Sierra Denali, in particular, is just on a completely different level. The base Denali offers higher quality interior features, infotainment, and stylings over the Silverado 1500's highest-end trim, the High Country.

Is the AT4 more expensive than Denali? ›

2022 GMC Acadia AT4 (starting at $42,795)

In AT4 guise, the Acadia is quite a bit less expensive than the Denali. It's outfitted more like the base AWD SLE (which costs $38,295 but comes only with the 4-cylinder engine).

Is GMC better quality than Chevy? ›

GMC trucks and SUVs are priced relatively higher than their Chevy counterparts, but they offer better quality materials and come with more standard equipment and premium features. Most of GMC's truck and SUV sales come from its luxurious off-road AT4 and high-end Denali trim levels.

What cost more a Denali or high country? ›

According to Edmunds, the 2022 Chevy Silverado High Country costs $60,695 to start. MotorBiscuit previously listed the Denali at $56,800. Moreover, the Sierra pickup truck is gaining the Denali Ultimate trim going forward. Obviously, that will be even more expensive and luxurious than either of these standard models.

How much does a fully loaded Yukon Denali cost? ›

Extra packages make the Yukon even more expensive

There's also an available interior protection package, a rear-seat entertainment package. If you add on all of these things, the 2022 GMC Yukon Denali can climb all the way up to $85,235.

What's the most expensive Denali? ›

The 2022 GMC Sierra Denali Ultimate Is An $85,000 Ultra-Luxury Truck.

What is the difference between Denali and Denali Ultimate? ›

The Denali comes standard with a Bose premium sound system that has seven speakers throughout the cab and a Richbass woofer to really let the sound quality come through. However, passionate audiophiles will have to upgrade to the Ultimate to unlock an additional five speakers, bringing the total up to twelve.

Is Denali the highest trim package? ›

The Denali is the range-topping trim level and the flagship Sierra HD model. The Denali cabin adds premium leather seating, an enhanced driver information display, a power-sliding rear window, a wireless charging pad, a navigation system and premium Bose sound system.

What is the most expensive GMC pickup truck? ›

The all-new GMC Sierra 1500 Denali Ultimate trim level adds open-pore wood and rich leather upholstery to the pickup truck but comes at a starting price of $83,695.

Is the Denali AWD or 4WD? ›

Yukon Denali is available in 2WD or 4WD configurations and come with standard third-row seating. 122.9/72.6/25.5 cu.

What is ultimate package on Yukon Denali? ›

Denali Ultimate means the best of everything, including heated and ventilated 16-way power front seats with massage features. The comfort of the cabin is matched with the expansive audio from 18-speaker Bose® Premium Series with Centerpoint surround sound.

How much is a fully loaded Denali XL? ›

There are three additional Yukon XL trim levels available, including the SLT for $60,095, the AT4 for $67,795, and the most expensive Denali, which costs $71,195. This is also the most popular Yukon XL trim level.

What does Denali mean in English? ›

The Koyukon Athabaskans who inhabit the area around the mountain have for centuries referred to the peak as Dinale or Denali. The name is based on a Koyukon word for 'high' or 'tall'.

What does the name Denali mean? ›

Denali is an Athabascan word meaning “the high one”. The name has long been a sore spot for Alaskans, who have informally called the 6,200m high mountain Denali for years. The mountain was more recently named after a former US president, William McKinley.

What does Denali stand for? ›

Denali is a word from the Koyukon Athabaskan language of the Native peoples of Alaska that means “the great one.” It was used for centuries to describe the highest mountain in the state, which was renamed Mount McKinley during the 19th-century gold rush.

Is a Denali good in snow? ›

The GMC Yukon Denali Is Perfect for Winter, Unless You Opt for the Diesel. GMC's big, luxurious SUV slays snow, but the turbodiesel doesn't make a strong case for itself.

How long do Denali engines last? ›

A few owners on vehicle discussion forums have reported hitting 400k with minimal issues and repairs over the years. Basically, you can get 20 years and more from the Yukon if it is properly maintained.

How many miles will a Yukon Denali last? ›

Industry experts agree that owners can expect their GMC Yukon to last for at least 200,000 miles with regular maintenance, and the Yukon made Forbes' top 15 list of vehicles that run up to 300,000 miles or more.

Does 2022 Yukon Denali require premium fuel? ›

With the 6.2 engine and RWD, the Yukon is rated at 15/20 and the XL is rated at 14/20; with 4WD, both are rated at 14/19. Premium-grade gas is required for the 6.2 engine; the 5.3 runs on regular gas.

How long does it take for a Yukon to be built? ›

Once you decide to order a custom-made Yukon, you want to know how fast you can get the keys into your hands and enjoy your new ride. It could take seven to 14 weeks to build the car, from placing your order to collecting the car keys from the dealers.

Is 2022 Denali worth it? ›

With all of that being said, the 2022 Yukon Denali package is expensive, and might not be worth it to some people. At the end of the day, it all comes down to your personal preferences and what you're looking for in a car. But, if you're considering the Yukon, don't discount the Denali right away.

Is GMC better than Silverado? ›

Both the 2021 Chevy Silverado 1500 and 2021 GMC Sierra 1500 produce identical horsepower and performance specs with help from their ten-speed automatic transmissions. Where they differ is in towing capacity. The Silverado 1500 has a higher towing capacity, when properly equipped, than the Sierra 1500.

Is GMC more luxury than Chevy? ›

Generally speaking, GMC trucks are more for luxury users, while Chevrolet trucks are more for the average truck buyer. By aiming for two different markets, General Motors can reach more people without having their trucks compete against one another.

What does AT4 stand for? ›

AT4 stands for All-Terrain 4WD.

What is the luxury version of GMC? ›

Redefine your vision of luxury with a GMC Denali truck or SUV. GMC Denali is the name reserved for the finest vehicles in the GMC lineup, each one crafted to elevate your driving experience to the highest levels of excellence. Explore some of the ways GMC Denali upgrades interior, exterior, and technology features.

Is GMC considered a luxury car? ›

A premium brand provides value for the expense, but a luxury brand provides status as well. While GMC's SUVs offer a premium experience with plenty of luxury features, especially in the Denali trim, the brand hasn't quite crossed over into becoming a luxury brand.

What is the Ford version of the Denali? ›

The 2022 Ford F-250 Platinum and GMC Sierra 2500 Denali are two heavy-duty trucks with big personalities.

Which is better Chevy Tahoe or GMC Yukon? ›

If you put a high value on towing and/or a lower purchase price, the Chevrolet Tahoe is the better choice; but if thrifty fuel economy and a long list of standard tech and safety features are important to you, that makes the Yukon the wiser option overall.

Is Denali better than SLT? ›

The Yukon Denali delivers more power with its 6.2L, 420hp V8 EcoTec3 engine. The SLT comes with a six-speed automatic transmission while the Yukon Denali comes with an eight-speed auto transmission. The 18-inch aluminum wheels are a standard for the SLT while 20-inch aluminum wheels are standard for the Denali.

How much will the 2023 Yukon Denali ultimate cost? ›

However, it is likely to be more expensive than the standard Denali. With the Yukon Denali Premium package slated to MSRP for $77,710, it wouldn't be surprising to see the price of the 2023 Denali Ultimate top $80,000.

What is the difference between GMC AT4 and AT4X? ›

Unlike the AT4, the AT4X utilizes a more powerful 6.2-liter V8 engine. On the road, it produces 420 horsepower and approximately 460 lb-ft of torque. As soon as you sit inside the AT4X you'll appreciate just how well the seats are designed. The driver's seat has unparalleled comfort.

What does a Denali have that an AT4 doesn t? ›

ON THE OUTSIDE

The exterior of the Denali and AT4 have some differences. The Denali trim, as the Sierra's most luxurious option, includes a lot of eye-catching chrome, including a chrome grille, chrome mirror caps, chrome window trim, chrome fog light surrounds, a chrome bumper, and a chrome fender applique.

Does GMC last longer than Chevy? ›

Although no General Motors vehicle topped its segment in the study, Chevrolet and GMC were both found to be among the longest-lasting car brands. GMC ranked third in the study, with 1.4% of all GMC vehicles reaching 200k miles or more, according to iSeeCars.

Is GM more reliable than Ford? ›

For reliability and facts however, GM has more vehicles and vehicle types than Ford, more brands, better chosen, more reliable, and easier to repair technology. Many times the vehicles are less expensive slightly and parts are less expensive, while the parts quality is about the same as Ford.

Are Chevy and GMC trucks built in the same factory? ›

Being brands under the same General Motors umbrella, most Chevy and GMC trucks and SUVs come from the same factory.

When can I order 2023 Yukon Denali? ›

According to GMC, deliveries for the 2023 Yukon Denali Ultimate begin in Fall 2022.

WHEN CAN 2023 GMC be ordered? ›

Order books for the 2023 Sierra HD will open May 5th, 2022. As a reminder, the GMC Sierra HD is built at the GM Flint production facility in Flint, Michigan.

Is the Denali worth the extra money? ›

Overall, the Denali Ultimate provides more tech, extra convenience, a better ride, the complete towing package, and higher quality materials. For $81,690, it does not fall short of luxurious expectations.

How long is the wait for a GMC Yukon? ›

Once you decide to order a custom-made Yukon, you want to know how fast you can get the keys into your hands and enjoy your new ride. It could take seven to 14 weeks to build the car, from placing your order to collecting the car keys from the dealers. The duration could be prolonged by many factors.

Is GM still waiting on chips? ›

Sales are down from the same quarter last year and the chip shortage isn't helping. We are officially more than halfway through 2022 and the chip shortage triggered by the global pandemic continues to have a significantly detrimental effect on the automotive industry.

Is GMC affected by the chip shortage? ›

Affected models include the GMC Acadia, GMC Canyon, GMC Sierra 1500, GMC Sierra HD, GMC Terrain, and the GMC Yukon. The features under constraint for these models include the Heated Steering Wheel feature, Heated Front Seats, Heated Outboard Rear Seats, Rear Park Assist, and Front and Rear Park Assist.

How long does it take to get a truck ordered from GMC? ›

When Will Your Custom Vehicle Be Delivered? Most custom Buick and GMC orders take 10–15 weeks to be delivered after the order is submitted.

What is the most expensive Denali? ›

If you're willing to spend the money, the most expensive GMC is the GMC Yukon Denali. With a starting price of $70,600, the Yukon Denali is at the high end of most budgets, but it comes with plenty of extras: Power-sliding center console. Hand-stitched leather interior.

What's the difference between Denali and Denali Ultimate? ›

The Denali comes standard with a Bose premium sound system that has seven speakers throughout the cab and a Richbass woofer to really let the sound quality come through. However, passionate audiophiles will have to upgrade to the Ultimate to unlock an additional five speakers, bringing the total up to twelve.

How long will a Denali last? ›

The GMC Yukons can last as long as 250,000- 300,000 miles with regular maintenance. A few owners on vehicle discussion forums have reported hitting 400k with minimal issues and repairs over the years. Basically, you can get 20 years and more from the Yukon if it is properly maintained.

Why is Denali so special? ›

Denali is one of the most striking features on the entire planet. At 20,310 feet, it is the crowning peak of the Alaska Range and the highest mountain on the continent. It towers three and one-half vertical miles above its base, making it a mile taller from base to summit than Mt. Everest.

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