2003 GMC YUKON SLT

Used SUV - 2003 GMC Yukon SLT in Tulsa, Ok

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    About This 2003 GMC Yukon SLT
    Seller:
    Vehicle Location:
    Tulsa, Ok
    Year:
    2003
    Make:
    GMC
    Model:
    Yukon
    Trim:
    SLT
    Price:
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    Condition:
    Used
    Mileage:
    162,500
    Body Style:
    SUV
    Doors:
    Four Door
    Stock Number:
    5945A
    VIN:

    Fuel Economy Estimates
    City MPG
    14
    Miles Per Gallon
    Highway MPG
    17
    Combined MPG: 16
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $147.66*
    *Based on $1.89 per gallon and 15k miles per year.
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    Seller's Description and Comments:

    MidTown KIA is honored to present a wonderful example of pure vehicle design... this 2003 GMC Yukon SLT only has 162,500 miles on it and could potentially be the vehicle of your dreams! This vehicle is loaded with great features, plus it comes with the peace of mind of the CARFAX BuyBack Guarantee. This SUV is a great example of beauty and brawn with classic styling and a workhorse power plant. Handle any terrain with ease thanks to this grippy 4WD. Whether you're on a slick pavement or exploring the back country, you'll be able to do it with confidence. A GMC with as few miles as this one is a rare find. This GMC Yukon SLT was gently driven and it shows.

    Located at Midtown Kia in Tulsa, Ok.  Call Midtown Kia today at 918-622-3160 for more information about this vehicle.

    Vehicle Options:

    • Lev Certified (4.8l Engine/4-speed Auto Trans)
    • Ulev Certified (5.3l Engine/4-speed Auto Trans/ca & Ne Emissions)
    • City 10/hwy 13 (5.3l Bi-fuel Engine/4-speed Auto Trans W/e85 Gas-ethanol Mix)
    • City 14/hwy 18 (4.8l Engine/4-speed Auto Trans)
    • City 14/hwy 18 (5.3l Bi-fuel Engine/4-speed Auto Trans W/gas)
    • City 13/hwy 17 (5.3l Engine/4-speed Auto Trans)
    • Wipers
    • Intermittent
    • Front Wet-arm W/pulse Washers
    • Fog Lamps
    • Front
    • Rectangular
    • Halogen
    • Mirrors
    • Outside Rearview
    • Foldaway
    • Power Adjustable
    • Heated
    • Color-keyed
    • Glass
    • Solar-ray Deep Tinted (all Windows Except Light Tinted Glass On Windshield
    • Driver & Front Passenger)
    • Bumper
    • Rear
    • Chrome Step-inc: Pad
    • Moldings
    • Bodyside
    • Body-color
    • W/bright Insert
    • Headlamps
    • Dual Halogen Composite-inc: Flash-to-pass Feature & Automatic Lamp Control
    • Bumper
    • Front
    • Chrome
    • Grille
    • Chrome Surround
    • Air Dam
    • Gray
    • Luggage Rack
    • Roof-mounted
    • Black
    • Body
    • Liftgate W/liftglass
    • Rear Door System-inc: Rear-window Wiper/washer
    • Assist Steps
    • Black
    • Mounted Between Front & Rear Wheels At Bottom Of Rocker Panel
    • Warning Tones
    • Headlamp On
    • Key-in-ignition
    • Driver Safety Belt Unfasten
    • Turn Signal On
    • Sound System Feature
    • Rear Audio Controls-inc: Dual Headphone Jacks
    • Windows
    • Power-inc: Driver Express-down & Lockout Features
    • Console
    • Overhead Mini-inc: Map Lights & Rear Seat Hvac Controls
    • Sound System Feature
    • Bose Premium Speaker System
    • 9 Speakers-inc: Subwoofer In Center Console
    • Keyless Entry
    • Remote-inc: 2 Transmitters
    • Panic Button & Content Theft Alarm
    • Armrests
    • Driver & Passenger Doors
    • Padded
    • Defogger
    • Rear-window
    • Electric
    • Coat Hooks
    • Driver & Passenger Side
    • Rear Seat & Cargo Area
    • Console
    • Floor-inc: Storage Area
    • Coin Holder
    • Cupholders & Integrated 2nd Row Audio & Hvac Controls
    • Sound System
    • Etr Am/fm Stereo W/cd & Cassette Player-inc: Seek-&-scan
    • Digital Clock
    • Auto-tone Control
    • Speed-compensated Volume
    • Theftlock
    • Random Select
    • Auto-reverse Cassette & Radio Data System (rds)
    • Air Conditioning
    • Tri-zone
    • Automatic
    • Individual Climate Settings For Driver
    • Right Front Passenger & Rear Passengers-inc: Front & Rear Hvac Systems
    • Visors
    • Padded
    • Shale-colored
    • Driver & Passenger Side W/cloth Trim
    • Extenders
    • Illuminated Vanity Mirrors & Corner Storage Pockets On Back Of Visors
    • Door Locks
    • Power Programmable-inc: Lockout Protection
    • Floormats
    • Color-keyed
    • Carpeted Front & 2nd Row
    • Removable
    • Door Trim
    • Lights On Front Doors
    • Side Reflectors On Rear Doors
    • Cupholders
    • In Front Seating Area
    • Steering Column
    • Tilt-wheel
    • Adjustable-inc: Brake/transmission Shift Interlock
    • Steering Wheel
    • Leather-wrapped Rim
    • Black
    • Cupholders
    • Driver & Passenger Side In 3rd Row Side Trim
    • Seats
    • Middle Leather Seating Surfaces 60/40 Split-folding Bench
    • 3-passenger W/center
    • Armrest & Storage Tray
    • Mirror
    • Inside Rearview
    • Electrochromic (light-sensitive Auto-dimming)
    • 8-point Compass
    • Outside Temperature Indicator & Right Front Passenger Air Bag Status
    • Power Outlets
    • Auxiliary
    • 2 On Instrument Panel
    • 1 In Cargo Area
    • 12-volt
    • Cruise Control
    • Electronic W/set & Resume Speed-inc: Telltale In Instrument Panel Cluster
    • Storage Bin
    • Behind Rear Driver Side Quarter Panel
    • Assist Handles
    • Front Passenger & Outboard 2nd Row Seats
    • Tow/haul Mode Selector
    • Button Located At End Of Shift Lever
    • Floor Covering
    • Color-keyed Carpeting
    • Heater & Defogger-inc: Front & Side Window Defoggers
    • Rear Passenger Heating Ducts & Heater
    • Rear Auxiliary
    • Instrumentation
    • Analog-inc: Speedometer
    • Odometer W/trip Odometer
    • Fuel Level
    • Voltmeter
    • Engine Temperature
    • Oil Pressure
    • Tachometer
    • Slt Decor
    • Cupholders
    • In Rear Of Floor Console
    • Lighting
    • Dome Lamp
    • Driver & Passenger Side Door Switch W/delayed Entry
    • Cargo Lamps
    • Door Handle Or Keyless Remote Activated Illuminated Entry W/ground Illumination
    • Map Lights In Front & 2nd Seat Positions
    • Smoker's Package-inc: Ashtray & Lighter
    • Seats
    • Front Leather Seating Surfaces Reclining Buckets-inc: Adjustable Head Restraints
    • Inboard Armrests
    • 6-way Power Adjustable Driver Seat
    • Floor Console & Rear Storage Pockets
    • Trailering Wiring Harness
    • 7-wire
    • 4-wheel Drive
    • Engine
    • Vortec 4800 V8 Sfi (275 Hp [205.1 Kw] @ 5200 Rpm
    • 290 Lb.-ft. [391.5 N-m] @ 4000 Rpm)
    • Alternator
    • 145 Amps
    • Gvwr
    • 6800 Lbs. (3084 Kg)
    • Wheels
    • 4 - 16 X 7 (40.6 Cm X 17.8 Cm) 6-lug Bright Machined Aluminum-inc: Steel Spare
    • 26 Gallon Fuel Tank
    • Cooling
    • External Engine Oil Cooler
    • Heavy-duty Air-to-oil
    • Integral To Driver Side Of Radiator
    • Suspension Package
    • Premium Smooth Ride
    • Tire Carrier
    • Outside Spare
    • Winch-type Mounted Under Frame At Rear
    • W/matching Tire
    • Suspension
    • Front
    • Independent Torsion Bar
    • & Stabilizer Bar
    • Suspension
    • Rear
    • Multi-link W/coil Springs
    • Transfer Case
    • Electronic Autotrac
    • -inc: Push-button Controls
    • Battery
    • Heavy-duty
    • 600 Cold-cranking Amps-inc: Rundown Protection & Retained Accessory Power
    • Differential
    • Locking
    • Heavy-duty
    • Rear
    • Recovery Hooks
    • 2 Front
    • Frame-mounted
    • Transmission
    • 4-speed Automatic
    • Electronically Controlled W/overdrive & Tow/ Haul Mode
    • Tools
    • Mechanical Jack & Wheel Wrench
    • Gloves & Courtesy Mat
    • Stored In Rear Quarter Trim
    • Tires
    • P265/70r16
    • All-season Touring
    • Blackwall
    • Exhaust
    • Aluminized Stainless-steel Muffler & Tailpipe
    • Tire Carrier
    • Outside Spare
    • Lockable
    • Pwr Steering
    • Brakes
    • 4-wheel Antilock
    • 4-wheel Disc
    • Air Bags
    • Frontal
    • Driver & Right Front Passenger-inc: Passenger Sensing System
    • Brake/transmission Shift Interlock

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    2003 GMC Yukon Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2003 GMC Yukon
    The just-right size for many big families.

     

    Introduction
    GMC Yukon offers a roomy cabin, impressive cargo-carrying capability, a nice ride, and a choice of V8 engines that deliver strong power for towing or tackling steep grades. Yukon Denali is a luxury version that adds a sumptuous interior, a bigger engine, and full-time all-wheel drive.

     

    Either way, the Yukon is a good size for large families. Built on GM's excellent full-size truck platform, the Yukon is the same size and, in many ways, the same vehicle as the Chevrolet Tahoe and Cadillac Escalade. Yukon is 20 inches shorter than the Chevrolet Suburban and GMC Yukon XL, making it much easier to park and garage. It is slightly smaller than the Ford Expedition, but longer and wider than the GMC Envoy, Chevy TrailBlazer, and Ford Explorer. Yukon is wider and shorter than the Envoy XL, giving it better stability in cornering and more comfortable accommodations for third-row occupants.

     

    Yukon was completely redesigned for 2000, and the luxurious Yukon Denali was introduced for 2001. For 2002, GMC upgraded the automatic transmissions, designed a more efficient starter, built a more durable steering gear housing, installed new child safety seat anchors, and achieved an ultra-low emissions (ULEV) rating for the Vortec 5300 V8 engine.

     

    2003 brings major revisions for improved comfort, safety, reliability, and emissions. The front seats are more sculptured for 2003. The brakes have been improved, the airbags are smarter, and optional Autotrac four-wheel drive is more sophisticated. StabiliTrak electronic stability control, power adjustable pedals, and multi-zone electronic climate control are standard on 2003 Yukon Denali and optional on other models. A rear-seat Panasonic DVD system is available for all models.

     

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    Lineup
    Three trim levels are available: SLE, SLT and Denali.

     

    GMC Yukon SLE ($34,305 with two-wheel drive and $36,905 with four-wheel drive) comes loaded with automatic dual-zone air conditioning, a power adjustable split-bench front seat, anti-lock brakes, self-leveling suspension, CD stereo with nine Bose speakers, power windows, power door locks, fog lights, tinted glass, heated outside mirrors, leather wrapped steering wheel, and alarm. A 275-horsepower 4.8-liter V8 is standard; a 285-horsepower 5.3-liter V8 is optional ($700).

     

    SLT trim ($36,635 with 2WD, $39,235 with 4WD) adds high-back bucket seats with leather inserts, rear seat audio controls, and assist steps. The 5.3-liter V8 is standard.

     

    Yukon Denali ($48,505) is an upscale model that comes with a big 6.0-liter V8 engine, full-time all-wheel drive, StabiliTrak stability control, and a computer-controlled AutoRide suspension. Denali also comes equipped with nearly every desirable feature as standard equipment, including: heated leather 10-way power seats, On-Star driver assistance, nine-speaker Bose stereo with XM Satellite Radio capability and in-dash six-disc CD changer, and 17-inch alloy wheels. Denali options are limited, but include a sunroof ($1,000) and engine block heater ($35).

     

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    Walkaround
    GMC Yukon is conservatively styled. GMC is taking a more sophisticated, more understated approach to design than Chevrolet. Yukon looks like a shortened version of the Yukon XL, which looks like a fancy Chevy Suburban, which is what it is. An arched roofline provides extra headroom for the second and third rows.

     

    The most visible difference between Yukon SLE/SLT and Denali is the Denali's aftermarket-inspired chrome grille, in place of the blacked-out grille worn by other Yukons.

     

    An important choice to make here is whether you want a contemporary hatch rear door that lifts up, or old-fashioned side-by-side cargo doors. (The former is standard, the latter a so-called 'delete option' that comes with a $250 credit.) Cargo doors are more useful for towing trailers, while the hatch style is usually more convenient for families, partly because the window can be opened separately for quick loading or unloading of smaller items. Denali buyers are limited to a hatch with flip-up window. Utility-minded shoppers looking for cargo doors will have to settle for an SLE or SLT.

     

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    Interior
    GMC Yukon is comfortable and convenient. GMC has gone to great lengths to make the Yukon more comfortable, easier to operate and more attractive for families.

     

    Getting inside is easy thanks to pull-out style door handles that replace the old lift-up style openers. Step-in height is lower than in previous-generation models, making it easier to climb into the driver's seat. The Denali's leather upholstery is very nice looking and feels comfortable.

     

    The front seats have been redesigned for 2003, but we found them lacking in comfort. Seat-mounted shoulder harnesses on the front and rear seats make the Yukon's belts easy to wear. Safety in all Yukons has been enhanced with dual-stage front airbags. The luxury-oriented Yukon Denali provides side-impact airbags as well. Visibility out of the Yukon is very good, thanks to large windows. The combination of good visibility and confident handling give the Yukon an air of nimbleness.

     

    The instrument panel is substantially new for 2003. All controls are mounted close to the driver's seat. Climate controls and audio controls are redesigned for 2003 and are easier to use and more sophisticated than before.

     

    Second-row seating is roomy and comfortable. Second-row bucket seats are now optional in SLE and SLT as well as Denali. They offer excellent support and can be adjusted individually. We think they're more comfortable than the front seats.

     

    Yukon's third-row seat provides space for adults' feet. It isn't a lot of space, but it is there. The third row folds, flips, slides and removes easily. Whichever way you choose to stow the third-row seat, it is easy to do; it has wheels to help roll it into the garage for storage. Still, getting into and out of that third row isn't easy for adults. If you're going to put people back there on a regular basis, we recommend considering the longer GMC Yukon XL.

     

    Music lovers will enjoy the Bose nine-speaker stereo with a subwoofer. It uses a spiral-wrapped radio antenna to cut wind noise. GMC says it chose to use a conventional mast for improved performance, rather than embedding the antenna in a window.

     

    The optional Panasonic DVD Passenger Entertainment System ($1295) includes a DVD player with seven-inch flip-down screen for second-seat passengers; plus two sets of wireless (infrared) headphones with independent volume control, a wireless remote control and three sets of auxiliary video and audio inputs. The wireless headphones are light and comfortable and the display offers a crisp picture.

     

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    Driving Impression
    GMC Yukon offers a nice ride, whether on asphalt or dirt. On bumpy rural byways that make some SUVs feel like pogo sticks, the Yukon rides with impressive smoothness. On smooth highways, the Yukon cruises effortlessly. Handling is impressive and surefooted for a full-size SUV. Yukon is stable at high speed. It's much easier to park then the longer Yukon XL, but it's still a full-size truck and not as maneuverable as a mid-size SUV such as the GMC Envoy or Ford Explorer.

     

    Car-based SUVs such as the Lexus RX use independent rear suspension to provide the ride and handling customers expect, but independent suspensions don't carry heavy loads as well. So GMC has given the Yukon a live rear axle mounted on coil springs and located by five control links, an arrangement which provides a good compromise between ride/handling and cargo-carrying utility. Yukon's front suspension is conventional in design, but uses torsion bars instead of coil springs to save space. Its conventional ladder frame is fully boxed in the mid-section for maximum rigidity, while the front and rear portions are shaped by the same hydroforming technique used to make Corvette frames. This rigid design is a key to the Yukon's excellent ride and handling. At the very front of the frame is a section designed to crush and absorb impacts in a crash.

     

    Denali's AutoRide computer-controlled suspension helps keep it level over bumps. This effect is especially pronounced when towing; a trailer tends to cause the towing vehicle to rock back and forth when driving over bumps, but the AutoRide system keeps the Denali amazingly smooth.

     

    The steering on all Yukons provides good control and feedback. It's a recirculating-ball system, however, which doesn't offer the response of the rack-and-pinion steering found on the Ford Explorer and Expedition.

     

    A tighter 38.3-foot turning diameter makes the Yukon much easier to park than a Yukon XL, which takes another 4.7 feet of space to turn around (unless it has Quadrasteer). That makes a huge difference in the grocery store parking lot. The current Yukon's turning diameter represents a big improvement over previous-generation Yukon and Tahoe models.

     

    The brakes perform well. Improvements to the system for 2003 have reduced pedal effort while improving feedback. A dynamic proportioning system continuously balances the front and rear brakes for maximum braking without activating the ABS. To check this out, we towed a heavily laden horse trailer without trailer brakes connected and were impressed with the Yukon's braking ability.

     

    Under the hood, the Yukons employ the latest version of Chevy's small-block V8 engine family. These Generation III overhead-valve engines are the best yet and rival competitors' overhead-cam engines for smoothness and efficiency. As mentioned, they come in three sizes: 4.8-liter, 5.3-liter, and 6.0-liter.

     

    The popular 5.3-liter V8 is rated at 285 horsepower and its acceleration is impressive. Like the 4.8-liter engine, the 5.3-liter burns regular unleaded fuel, but at the same 14/18 mpg rate as the big 6.0.

     

    The 4.8-liter V8 is rated at 275 horsepower and gets better fuel economy, earning 15/20 mpg on the EPA's city/highway test in a 2WD Yukon.

     

    The big 6.0-liter V8 that comes with the Denali cranks out 320 horsepower. Fuel economy is improved for 2003, up from last year's 12/16 mpg city/highway to a more reasonable EPA mileage rating of 14/18. The 6.0-liter V8 burns regular unleaded fuel, making pit stops a little more affordable.

     

    Standard Yukons come with a choice of two-wheel drive or a traditional, part-time four-wheel-drive system. On two-wheel-drive models, an optional limited-slip rear differential provides better traction in slippery conditions. A second-gear winter start feature in the automatic transmission helps get the vehicle rolling without wheel spin on snow or ice.

     

    Optional StabiliTrak electronic stability control ($750) offers greater safety on uncertain surfaces. Sta.


     

    Summary
    GMC Yukon is among the best of the full-size SUVs. It's large enough to carry a crowd in comfort or haul a lot of cargo, yet doesn't require an aircraft hanger and a flag man to park it.

     

    Yukon Denali gives full-size SUV shoppers a luxury alternative to the more overstated Cadillac Escalade. Denali is styled more conventionally than the Escalade, so some buyers may be more comfortable with its traditional appearance. Both are comfortable, roomy SUVs. Lots of power, comfortable accommodations, and safety features such as side-impact air bags place the Yukon Denali among the best of the full-size luxury SUVs.

     

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    Model Lineup
    2WD SLE ($34,305); 2WD SLT ($36,635); 4WD SLE ($36,905); 4WD SLT ($39,235); Denali ($48,505).

     

    Assembled In
    Janesville, Wisconsin; Arlington, Texas.

     

    Options As Tested
    none.

     

    Model Tested
    GMC Yukon Denali ($48,505).


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    4747 S Yale Ave
    Tulsa, Ok. 74135

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