WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE GMC YUKON GRAPHITE EDITIONS?
GMC has long been a leader for people who are looking to get behind the wheel of a quality SUV, and that is particularly true of the Yukon. If you have a family, the Yukon is a particularly useful vehicle. It’s a full-size SUV that offers seating and cargo capacity to spare. For the 2019 model year, GMC is expanding the already impressive lineup with two new Graphite Editions. The Graphite Edition and Graphite Performance Edition will have darker appearances, and in the case of the Graphite Performance Edition, offer performance upgrades. These editions will be exclusively offered on SLT trims of the Yukon and Yukon XL in 2WD and 4WD configurations. What is included in the GMC Yukon Graphite Editions? Read ahead for a breakdown of what we know so far.
The Graphite Edition of the Yukon will have 22-inch bright machined wheels with Carbon Flash Metallic pockets, which already gives it a darker look. Black assist steps that have gloss black accents, black roof rails, a premium black chrome grille mesh insert and black trim surrounding the fog lamps, and other black trim on the exterior round out the overall appearance.
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Graphite Performance Edition
The 2019 Yukon Graphite Performance Edition adds even more to the proceedings. The features include a 6.2-liter V-8 direct-injection engine capable of 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque that is coupled with a 10-speed automatic transmission which helps to improve efficiency by reducing the engine revolutions at highway speeds.
Some of the other features available with the GMC Yukon Graphite Performance Edition include Magnetic Ride Control, Bose Active Noise Cancellation, a multi-color head-up display, 22-inch six-spoke gloss black wheels, a trailer brake controller, a 170-amp alternator, a high-capacity air cleaner, eight-inch color touchscreen navigation with GMC Infotainment System, and more.
You can find the 2019 Yukon and Yukon XL Graphite Editions beginning summer 2018 in the United States.