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2012 GMC Yukon and Sierra Heritage Editions


The "GMC Truck" marque first appeared on vehicles exhibited at the 1912 New York International Auto Show. Now, 100 years later, GMC will bring the Yukon and Sierra Heritage Editions to celebrate the company’s centenary. The new Heritage Editions will be offered on the Sierra 1500 Crew Cab, Yukon, and Yukon XL models in SLT trim, priced at $2,645 for Sierra and $1,970 for Yukon and Yukon XL package.

The new models will be distinguished by commemorative exterior badges on the doors, a chrome package for Sierra, a new set of 20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels, and different equipment for the interiors. Three colors will be available – a new, exclusive Heritage Blue ($195), White Diamond ($995), or Onyx Black (no additional cost). Interior colors for the Yukon are Ebony and Light Tan.

"The GMC brand always looks forward, but this day provides an opportunity to celebrate 100 years of the proud GMC name," said Tony DiSalle, U.S. vice president of GMC Marketing. "Sierra and Yukon are two of our longest-running and most-respected nameplates, so it makes sense to use them to represent our heritage."

Hit the jump for a full list of equipment.

The Sierra Heritage Edition full-size pickup includes:

  • Unique “Heritage Edition” exterior badges
  • Embroidered front floor mats
  • Embroidered front headrests
  • Chrome door handles, mirror caps and door moldings
  • 20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels
  • Convenience package with rear park assist, adjustable pedals, Universal Home Remote, EZ-Lift locking tailgate and rear wheelhouse liners
  • Rear-vision camera

The Yukon and Yukon XL full-size SUVs are equipped with:

  • Unique “Heritage Edition” exterior badges
  • Embroidered front floor mats
  • Embroidered front headrests
  • SLT-2 Equipment Package with 10-way leather memory seats, headed second-row seats with power release, power-operated liftgate and heated side mirrors
  • Additional content – including 20-inch wheels – is optional


17 comments:

It’s completely non-sense if we compare those two SUVs. They are both good. GMC is known for making great SUVs.

You can’t be so sure of the performance of GMC Yukon and Sierra Heritage Editions. But you can still enjoy these vehicles.

In my own opinion, they are both good. The fact that I love SUVs is the reason why I love them

They both look good, and their features are promising. I wonder why Sierra offers more features than Yukon?

To choose between the Sierra and Yukon, I prefer the Sierra. The Sierra looks totally equipped with lots of features rather than the Yukon.

The specifications and features speak for itself that it has the capabilities that others don’t have.

It would be nicer to look at if the sizes of its features are proportional to its figure.

I’m not sure if I’m looking at some vehicle with a sloppily combined front and rear, frankly, but that’s what I’m seeing.

Just like everyone is saying, this looks disproportional. It oddly has an inexplicable appeal though.

Something’s quite not right with these. The other looks like a messily assembled automotive to me.

The list of its specifications and features seem convincing! On the other hand, it looks ridiculously small although it is actually large because of its fascia.

For me it looks like the ford expedition. Having the rear vision camera make it better then the ford expedition.

I don’t like what I see on the picture. The features are disproportional to its built.

This is another example of an innovation with disproportional features. Its front doesn’t seem to fit its body.

The headlamps and bumper are relatively large to its fascia. I think the built is too short for those.

The White Diamond choice of color must be looking highly elegant for it to be priced like that.

LOL, are there real diamonds with White Diamond color? It’s kind of pricey. I think the Heritage Blue looks more innovative to me.

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