Compare the various full-size SUVs available in Milton, and you will likely find yourself looking at the 2016 GMC Yukon and the Ford Expedition. Both of these models are large with three rows of seats and plenty of great features. Upon closer comparison, the Yukon takes a clear lead, regardless of what you want out of your vehicle.
Large SUVs aren’t known for getting great gas mileage, but both the Yukon and Expedition do reasonably well. The Expedition gets 16 mpg* in the city and 22 mpg* on the highway. The Yukon does even better, giving you 23 mpg* on the highway. While this may not seem like a big difference, it can quickly add up, especially after 100,000 miles or more of driving.
High-End Standard Features
The Yukon also has a lead over the Expedition in terms of standard features. It comes standard with a hands-free power liftgate, wireless charging, safety alert driver seat, OnStar Directions and Connections, Forward Collision Alert, Lane Keep Assist, and a front center airbag in addition to IntelliBeam Headlamps and LED turn signals and daytime running lights. None of these features come standard with the Expedition, and the Ford even requires expensive upgrades for some of them.
The Expedition offers slightly more cargo space than the base version of the GMC Yukon, but the available Yukon XL puts the Expedition to shame. The Expedition gives you 18.6 cubic feet behind the third row, 55 cubes behind the second, and 108.3 behind the first. The GMC Yukon XL offers 38.9, 76.7, and 121.7 cubic feet, respectively.
With more room for your cargo, better fuel economy, and a longer list of standard features, it makes sense to drive the 2016 GMC Yukon around Milton, Florida. Visit McKenzie Motors today to configure your Yukon and start taking advantage of everything this SUV has to offer.
*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.