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The history of GMC Yukon has begun more than 20 years ago, when the legendary American automobile manufacturer General Motors introduced a new series of full-size SUVs. The name "Yukon" comes from the Yukon Territory of northern Canada. GMC Yukon was manufactured in four generations.
The first generation (1992 – 2000) was built on the GMT400 platform and was offered as rear- or four-wheel drive. GM offered both two-door and four-door models. The first Yukon vehicles were equipped with 5.7 L (350 cu in) LO5 small-block V8 engine, but later a turbocharged engine option became also available. In 1995 a new version with longer wheelbase was presented – GMC Yukon XL. A new, luxurious trim line, called "Denali" was released in 1998 as well.
The second generation (2000–2006) utilized a new GMT800 platform and came with a new, more aerodynamic design and improved interior. This generation also came with a 4-speed 4L60-E automatic transmission and some modern features – such as "StabiliTrak" stability control, XM Satellite Radio, Bose audio, and a DVD entertainment system. The third generation (2007-2014) was built on the GMT900 platform and was equipped with a 4-speed or 6-speed automatic transmission. Yukon vehicles from this period came with additional improvements in both the exterior and interior.
In 2014 GM launched the fourth generation GMC Yukon as a 2015 model. This newest generation is produced on the GMT K2XX platform and comes with a 6-speed or 8-speed automatic transmission. The latest model – 2016 GMC Yukon – is provided with a lot of additional features, like liftgate, hands-free on SLT trims a free-flow feature and two new premium colors.
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