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The 2011 GMC Yukon is a leading choice for a conventional big SUV due to its convenient cab and strong towing and hauling features. But for many people, a big crossover SUV might work out better. GMC Yukon SUV offers the following pros: Seats as many as nine people; stout towing capability; convenient ride; smooth powertrains; good fit and finish.

Like almost identical models from Buick and Chevy, the three-row 2012 GMC Acadia provides a winning mix of convenience, features, trunk room and performance in a utility-style suite. GMC Acadia SUV offers the following pros: Compliant ride; seats for up to eight passengers; adult-friendly third-row seat; massive trunk area; top security scores.

Just like the alike Chevrolet Equinox, the 2012 GMC Terrain is a top choice for a compact crossover SUV. GMC Terrain SUV offers the following pros: Quiet and appealing cabin; sophisticated ride; strong crash test scores; spacious backseat; a lot of of traditional and auxillary features; good fuel efficiency.

The 2012 GMC Sierra 1500 is a worthy rival among fresher competitors, bolstered by a wide range of body styles, capable performance and a convenient ride. GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cabin offers the following pros: Smooth, quiet ride; convenient seats; comprehensive V8 features.

The 2009 GMC Envoy is a midsize SUV that's provided in three versions: SLE, SLT and Denali. The SLE features 17-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone air-conditioning, a CD player, radio, full performance accessories, keyless entry and Onstar telematics.