|2016 GMC Yukon XL||2016 Chevy Suburban|
|10.2 l/100km||Highway Fuel Efficiency||10.2 l/100km|
|355 HP||Horsepower||355 HP|
|38.9 cu. ft.||Cargo Capacity||39.3 cu. ft.|
|122.4 cu. ft.||Passenger Volume||122.4 cu. ft.|
2016 GMC Yukon XL vs 2016 Chevy Suburban
In addition to the Cadillac Escalade ESV, which we just recently provided informative research for here on our website, there are two other extended-length, full-size sport utility vehicles available from Don Wheaton General Motors. They’re both nearly identical, which is why we thought we’d take a closer look at them to share their subtle differences with you, by comparing the 2016 GMC Yukon XL vs 2016 Chevy Suburban.
Differences Between the 2016 GMC Yukon XL, Chevy Suburban
As you can tell by looking at the table above, the specifications are nearly identical between the two vehicles. They’re both General Motors vehicles, and many GMC and Chevy vehicles share the same platforms and only differ in appearances. We’re not exactly sure why, but the Suburban is actually slightly larger than the Yukon XL, allowing for an additional 0.4 cu. ft. of cargo capacity. That isn’t a huge difference or advantage, but if you want to know you’ve got the biggest of the two than the Suburban is the choice for you.
Outside of that miniscule difference in cargo capacities, the differences between the two vehicles are all cosmetic. Obviously the exteriors of the vehicle differ greatly, as on adheres to the standard Chevy stylings and the other to GMC’s. As for the interior, they offer each brand’s suite of features, which tend to differ in some cases. The best way to decide which extended-length SUV is right for you is to simply come in and take a closer glance at both of them for yourself, as you’ll be able to get a good look at each both inside and out.
In order to do that, just give us a call or schedule a test drive right here on our website. We’d also love to answer any questions that might come up about any of the extended-length SUV models available at Drive Wheaton, which includes the aforementioned Escalade ESV.