At York Chevrolet Buick GMC of Greencastle, we want you to be confident you are making an informed choice when it comes to taking home your new vehicle. Here we are comparing the 2021 GMC Yukon to the 2021 Ford Expedition. We will want to take a peek at pricing, options, and dimensions. Starting at only $51,700, the Yukon is a very easily customized vehicle and has more choices for body styles and length getting you the perfect fit for your needs!
The all-new GMC Yukon also offers three different options for engines; in comparison, the 2021 Ford Expedition only provides one. They don’t stop there! The standard technical in-vehicle features include wireless charging, Apple CarPaly, Android Auto, Alexa, 10.2 in diagonal touch screen, and all-around fantastic Infotainment system. A newly available rear entertainment system with 12.6-inch LCD touchscreens.
Offering best-in-class cargo volume and second-row legroom, and first-in-class Four-Corner Air Ride Adaptive Suspension. Come visit us at York Chevrolet Buick GMC and test-drive the new 2021 Yukon. We are just a short drive away from Indianapolis in Greencastle, IN, where “We are not number one, you are!
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