AWAKEN YOUR BOUNDLESS SENSE OF ADVENTURE WITH GMC SUVS
Whether you’re driving to a weekend at the lake or road-tripping to the Grand Canyon, it helps to have a vehicle that’s as adventurous as you are.
For any road trip, it’s important to feel comfortable inside your vehicle no matter where you’re sitting. The interiors of the Yukon, Acadia and Terrain offer roomy cabins to optimize comfort for the driver and passengers.
The 2023 GMC Yukon and Yukon XL provide first-class comfort for up to nine passengers†. The standard Tri-zone Automatic Climate Controls come with additional features including available heated and ventilated front seats, heated steering wheel and heated second-row outboard seats (heated and ventilated front seats, heated steering wheel and heated second row outboard seats are standard on the Denali Ultimate, Denali, AT4 and SLT).
The 2023 GMC Acadia mid-size SUV also provides a spacious cabin with seating for up to seven passengers. Whether you’re sitting in the third row or the front seat, ensure all your passengers are comfortable with advanced Tri-zone Climate Controls that utilize strategically placed sensors throughout the vehicle (standard on all models).
GMC Acadia Denali interior shown
While being a compact SUV, the GMC Terrain still provides ample room for up to five passengers and provides premium comfort with the power driver and front passenger seats with lumbar control (available on SLE), as well as available heated rear outboard seats (only available on Terrain Denali).
GMC vehicles are engineered for towing — so you can get out and do more. GMC SUVs offer the power, handling and convenience to haul loads of various sizes.
If you need an SUV that can tow a boat to the lake, the 2023 GMC Yukon equipped with the standard 5.3L gas engine and available Max Trailering Package boasts an impressive max available towing capacity of 8,400 lbs.† and features an enhanced cooling radiator.
In addition, the available ProGrade Trailering SystemTM† incorporates thoughtful technologies that streamline the hitching and towing process. Click here to learn more about Yukon trailering technologies.
The 2023 GMC Acadia also can pull loads up to an available 4,000 lbs.† and has an available Hitch Guidance† and Hitch View† (available on all trims) features, which display a guideline on the Rear Vision Camera† when you’re in reverse to help line up your hitch with your trailer. The systems also allows you to briefly check your trailer using a camera view when driving.
When your adventure requires you to go off the beaten path, GMC SUVs are up for the challenge. The 2023 GMC Yukon, Yukon XL, Acadia and Terrain are all available in the rugged AT4 trim, adding various off-road enhancements and athletic styling to the already capable SUVs.
The athletic Yukon AT4 is bolstered with an improved front approach angle of nearly 32 degrees and a front skid plate. The Yukon AT4 also comes with 20" wheels with Goodyear® all-terrain tires, first-in-class available four-corner Air Ride Adaptive Suspension and red horizontal recovery hooks†.
When driving on slick or off-road conditions, Yukon AT4’s available Active Response 4WD™ System allows you to confidently maneuver by delivering optimal torque to each wheel to improve traction while the Hill Descent Control uses anti-lock braking to help provide a more controlled descent on steep declines (standard on AT4).
The Acadia AT4 is equipped with an Active Torque Control AWD system (standard on AT4), which delivers a more refined driving experience than traditional AWD systems by reducing the need to use intrusive braking to send power to wheels with traction. It also improves traction on low-traction surfaces by sending torque not only from the front to the back of the vehicle but from side to side in the rear of the vehicle.
The Terrain AT4 is off-road ready with an AWD Traction Select System, which includes multiple drive modes that optimize the wheels based on the terrain. This feature includes the following modes:
- FWD optimizes fuel economy in normal driving conditions by mechanically disconnecting the rear axle and eliminating the drag it causes
- AWD actively sends power to the front and rear wheels to optimize traction on dry, wet, or snow- and ice-covered roads
- Off-Road adjusts the AWD system, traction control and stability control to help improve traction and driving dynamics on dirt, gravel or sand
GMC SUV interiors offer the versatility for your everyday lives. The Yukon, Yukon XL, Acadia and Terrain offer flexible seating and storage options that can be arranged in a variety of ways.
The GMC Acadia offers incredible flexibility for a mid-size SUV with second- and third-row fold-flat seating and a large pass-through under-console storage, increasing the storage of the vehicle to up to 79 cubic-feet†.
Both the GMC Yukon and Yukon XL’s interior versatility for passengers and cargo allow you to be comfortable in your vehicle without compromising cargo space. Some interior versatility features include:
- Impressive second-row fold-flat seats
- Second-row slide for entry/egress for the second and third row
- Available second-row power-release fold-and-tumble bucket seats
- Available third-row power fold-flat seats that offer a rear opening and load floor for cargo
Additionally, the Yukon offers spacious leg room for third-row passengers with 34.9 inches of leg room and an additional 1.8 inches in the Yukon XL. The Yukon also boasts impressive cargo space with 25.5 cubic feet† of storage space behind the third row, while the Yukon XL offers an additional 16 cubic feet† behind the 3rd row.
GMC Terrain Denali interior shown
The GMC Terrain is proof that big things come in small packages, with a versatile interior that offers enough space to transport up to five passengers. In addition, the passenger and second-row seats can be folded flat to create up to eight feet† of cargo space for long items.