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- Sep 17, 2022
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Im pretty sure they all have rear wipers. A base slt won't have much but the premium luxury package almost adds everything your missing. Dash design being different for denali. No supercurise option for slt either.Not exactly the same but similar comparison
Wife owns a Denali but has been driving a Yukon SLT (her Denali is in GMC jail awaiting a new turbo).
Anyway, the 'things' we have noticed as being different:
- The head unit in the Denali is built in vs in the Yukon it stands out of the dash
- The gauges (fuel as example) in the Yukon are hard to read; I think its the font
- Yukon doesn't have heated steering wheel
- Head units display's are different and the screens / gauges are different (the icons are different)
- In Android Auto mode the Yukon's continually has to re-download the map, in the Denali is just works
- No rear washer or wiper in Yukon
- No parking sensors (light/beeper) in Yukon (but it has crash and pedestrian avoidance)
- No HUD in Yukon (but it has red flashing lights)
- The suspensions are very different, the Yukon moves around a lot compared to the Denali (neither are air)
- The seats are very different, I like the Denali seats better, but I could see folks liking either
- No 4 low in the Yukon; but it has a different option in its place, it's a pic of a Yukon on a box; towing?
- The Yukon gets really bad mileage (12.9mpg on a 300 mile trip we've done 100's of times) the Denali has been mid to upper twenties. Gaser vs diesel .
I'm sure a bunch of those features are available in the non Denali's; but those where the features we've noticed that were different or didn't exist between them.
The main difference between tahoe and yukon is really looks tho. That will be the deciding factor. Yukon looks more like a truck/muscular whereas the tahoe looks more sleek/car/mini van like and no fog lights.