Yukon XL 2012 from GMC (4.7 Reliability Score)

The GMC Yukon is a pickup vehicle with appearance and features like those of an SUV. As a result, the Chevy Tahoe is used as a comparison

point more often than the Chevrolet Avalanche. The addition of a rearview camera and parking sensors makes up for the car's 

bulk and the fact that parking in a garage takes some getting used to. One factor that

could deter prospective customers is the car's pitiful 14 mpg highway fuel economy.

The truth is that this pickup truck works well for moving heavy cargo and several individuals. The autoride suspension technology and the 

vehicle's ability to hold up to nine passengers both significantly decrease interior bouncing. It boasts a 6.2-liter V8 engine, allowing it to 

pull up to 9,600 pounds and generate up to 403 horsepower. A well-maintained GMC

of traffic: one coming from the left and one coming from the right. Teslas have become adept at doing this manoeuvre after first finding it difficult.