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GMC Yukon XL 2507 Parts and GMC Yukon XL 2507 Accessories

Fun Facts about the GMC Yukon XL 2507

  • Confused between the GMC Yukon XL 2057 and the Chevrolet Suburban XL? Don't be! They really are, essentially, the exact same truck! So… shouldn't lawsuits be filed and blood be spilt? The reason they're exactly the same thing is because Chevrolet has long been a brand owned by GMC. They kept the Chevrolet marquee on some of the trucks to retain customers who were loyal to Chevrolet!

  • Many Americans will gladly tell you that the name GMC Yukon XL 2057 evokes images of the rugged mountains of the Yukon… in an extra-large size and in the future. What most people don't realize that the Yukon is actually a river in Canada. The word itself means Great River. This still evokes a very rugged, "outdoor-sy" feel to the truck, excepting that the GMC Yukon is unlikely to ford the river it was named after without it becoming a boat.

  • Bucking the trend of coming up with arbitrary letters in the naming convention of cars, the "XL" in GMC Yukon XL 2507 is exactly what you would think it means-"extra large." Therefore, this Yukon is a bigger version than the original 2500. By bigger, we're not talking about anything too extreme. In fact, the bulk of "extra" goes into the lengthening of the cargo cab for more storage space.

  • The original GMC Yukon 2500 was a designation for the weight class of the truck-in this case three-quarters of a ton. The GMC Yukon XL 2507 is still roughly the same weight despite being slightly bigger. That added "7" refers to the level of development that the truck has undergone-this being the seventh model. Whether or not it means that seven specific changes were made has been speculated but not proven.

  • If you love your crime dramas, this is an easy one, the trucks driven around by our favorite crime scene investigators in the hit show CSI are none other than the GMC Yukon XL 2507. It also features in other hit serials like Unknown and One Tree Hill. It's also the truck used in the MTV of Britney Spears' Overprotected - Darkchild Remix. But they had us at "CSI".

  • Unsurprisingly, the GMC Yukon XL 2507 is a better-seller than its non-XL variant. Proving once and for all that given the choice, people will perceive the "bigger" product as being better-and throw money at it.

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GMC Yukon XL 2507 Articles

  • The Two Biggest Gripes with the GMC Yukon XL 2507

    Few will argue that the GMC Yukon XL 2507 is a great SUV. Since it came out in 1933, it has made quite an impression on the American drivers. So much so that the Yukon and its sister the Chevy Suburban have been the longest continuous-use nameplates in production in the United States. Unsurprisingly, this beast of a vehicle is considered GMC's most profitable vehicles. Still, nothing is ever made perfect, and the Yukon is no exception. Listed here are the two most common problems that consumers have encountered with the Yukon XL 2507 through the years-the better to be informed and prepared.

    No Breaks with the brakes

    This rather serious problem was observed in both the 2003 and 2004 Yukon XL 2507s. At its worst, it has caused collisions on the open road. At best, it made braking a pain in the foot. It's a problem that can occur no matter what speed the driver is cruising under and isn't specifically tied down to a specific service life of the vehicle itself. This is naturally very troubling as brakes are front and center when it comes to driver safety.

    Several recall orders were issued for the 2003 and 2004 Yukon XL 2507. Make sure that you check if your particular Yukon XL is covered by the recall. If it isn't, take it to your dealer anyway. It's a problem that needs to be addressed immediately.

    Shocking electrical difficulties

    Far simpler than the preceding problem, this trouble with the electrical system tied to the doors is most manifest in the 2008 version of the GMC Yukon XL 2507. The actuators on one or all of the doors do not function in tandem as they should. In some cases, the operation of the door via remote control fails as well. While the defect is-in itself-very simple, it's glaring due to the very essential nature of the doors.

    No recall orders were issued for the problem but it is still advised that customers experiencing this difficulty bring their Yukon to the dealer to have it looked over and fixed. Alternatively, one can avail of aftermarket services as many manufacturers provide the parts for the fix at a very low cost.