2018 GMC Yukon by GMC

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automatic locking differential this feature directs power to the rear wheel with the most traction on loose gravel or slippery surfaces some hobbies require bigger equipment everything about yukon is designed and engineered for ease of travel including pulling your recreational equipment yukon offers a maximum trailer weight rating of up to 8,500 lbs.1 auto grade braking it automatically senses when you want to slow your yukon and engages a grade braking shift pattern within the transmission to help maintain your desired speed premium smooth-ride suspension with air leveler the available system constantly senses and adjusts yukon’s rear suspension height to maintain a level position it also contributes to yukon’s max trailering rating yukon slt in white frost tricoat shown with available equipment 1 hill start assist sensors automatically detect when yukon is on a 5 percent grade or more it holds the brakes momentarily preventing rollback under certain conditions it’s most effective when trailering providing time to switch from the brake to the accelerator without rolling tow/haul mode providing more power to accelerate when trailering or hauling heavy loads tow/haul mode raises transmission upshift points it also helps reduce speed by using engine compression to slow yukon instead of merely braking requires yukon 2wd model with 5.3l v-8 and heavy-duty trailering package before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering carefully review the trailering section of the owner’s manual the weight of passengers cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow trailer sway control keep your yukon and your trailer heading in the same direction automatically the system uses stabilitrak sensors to detect a swaying trailer applying both yukon’s and the trailer’s brakes if properly equipped to help bring it back in line trailer brake controller for fingertip control and easy monitoring of your trailer brakes there’s an available integrated trailer brake controller conveniently located to the left of the steering wheel it displays the level of brake force or “gain” in the driver information center p 21 performance trailering