2012 Yukon Denali 2WD

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If you’re looking to buy a Yukon Denali that doesn’t needs thousands of dollars worth of work as soon as you buy it, your search is over! Don’t be fooled by the mileage, it is way above average in condition! If you have looked at any other ones before you look at this one, that will be very clear. You will be hard pressed to find a cleaner Yukon. I am only selling because we needed a long wheel base and this truck is in way better shape than the one I bought to replace it... I've thought about keeping it because it is so nice and I've put so much into it but I don't need three trucks and a car. I have spared no expense with this truck since I was planning on keeping it indefinitely until another baby came along.

All OEM parts used:
The dash was replaced (no cracks, no rattles!), console lid was also replaced.
The AFM has been hardware deleted (L9H cam, LS7 lifters, new oil pump, timing chain, tensioner, ARP head bolts, stock L9H tune) (also meaning NO leaks!).
All fluids have been changed (rear differential, power steering, brake fluid, transmission filter).
OEM Escalade Platinum 22” wheels with nearly new Continental TerrainContact H/T tires.
New Engine Mounts.
New OEM rear shocks (air works).
New Oil and Transmission Cooler lines.
New intermediate steering shaft.
New Booster and Master Cylinder.
New Fuel Pump and Level Sender.
Steering Gear was resealed to fix the dang squeaking/rubbing noise when turning.
Suspension is all in good shape, aligned to spec, and drives fantastic.
Brakes are in good shape.
The paint was corrected and is Adam’s ceramic coated - always hand washed.
Painted door handles to permanently fix the cheap chrome handles (and looks better).
HID projector retrofit.
3M Crystalline tint on the front doors and windshield and Ceramic-IR window tint over the factory tint in the rear.
Airbag recall performed.
The front door panels were changed to the 2008 panels that don't break and creak.
The carpet was changed to the 2008 carpet from my Escalade which has the nice hard covers for the second row seats and it was cleaned before install and everything under the carpet was cleaned.
OEM front and rear floor mats and a Weathertech cargo area mat (the second third row seat is included, I just didn't cut out the mat for it since we never used it so it isn't pictured).
There is very likely more I'm forgetting.

Located in Georgia, current mileage is about 191,500, asking price of $15,900.
 

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