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HOW TO USE YUKON’S REAR-SEAT MEDIA SYSTEM

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With Next Generation 2021 Yukon and Yukon XL full-size SUVs, GMC set out to create a first-class experience regardless of whether you’re the driver or just along for the ride.

Mission accomplished.

Inside and out, the full-size Yukon and Yukon XL represent how GMC pushes the boundaries of comfort and capability in the world of large SUVs. It is pure power wrapped in premium materials and advanced technology.

One of the most significant features of the all-new Yukon and Yukon XL is the available Rear-Seat Media System for SLT, AT4 and Denali trim levels. This versatile media system features two class-leading, 12.6-inch LCD touch screens mounted to the back of the front seats. Passengers can enjoy the media or entertainment of their choosing by connecting their own compatible streaming device, game console, tablet or smartphone via USB or HDMI ports.

The high-resolution screens are within sight of third-row passengers and can be tilted for better visibility. The screen sharing function allows rear-seat passengers to watch the same content at the same time. There’s also a customize option so passengers can watch/listen independently. 

Audio can be played through wireless headphones provided in both Yukon and Yukon XL. Passengers can also use their own Bluetooth®†-compatible headphones. Audio can even be played through the vehicle’s full stereo system.

And entertainment isn’t the only way the media system can be used. Rear-seat passengers can use it to submit navigation requests to the central front infotainment screen. Now rear passengers can provide destination information or suggest a point of interest while drivers keep their eyes on the road.

GETTING STARTED

The multiple functions of the Rear-Seat Media System are easy to learn and take only a few steps to set up.

Visit the Learning & Support page to view videos with step-by-step instructions on how to connect devices to the Rear-Seat Media System. You can also learn more about this feature and other next-level innovations by visiting the Yukon Technology & Safety page.

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