Pre-Owned 1997 GMCYukon SUV

On The Lot
at Parks Motor Sales
Location Details
    Exterior Color
    Summit White
    Interior Color
    277,193 miles
    Fuel Economy
    15/18 MPG City/Hwy
    V-8 cyl
    Stock Number
    GMC Yukon
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    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 5
    • Fuel System: SFI
    • Fuel tank capacity: 30 gal
    • Horsepower: 255

    Dealer Notes

    1997 GMC Yukon SLT 50u Yukon SLT, 4D Sport Utility, 5.7L V8 SMPI 16V, 4-Speed Automatic, 4WD, 50u, Gray Leather, HD Trailering Equipment.

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    Kelley Blue Book -
    Overall4.6Out of 5
    • The best SUV on the road

      By Jojo01 on Wednesday, February 19, 2020

      Mine is old, runs perfect no loud exhaust, no knocking, ticking ect. It doesn't burn oil or gas shifts well. Everything I mean everything still works. Heated seats front and rear work and get hot. 4x4, heat, and air conditioning ect. I have replaced nothing. I love mine so much if it ever does die I will just buy a new motor and transmission and replace them. I usually wouldn't bother but this has been a excellent purchase and I love it. I have zero rust the same year pickup trucks are rusted out so I have no idea how mine has held up so well. But I love it, will not sell it!
    • Very Nice Truck!

      By Adam on Saturday, January 12, 2013

      When I turned 15 my uncle gave me his 1994 GMC Yukon. I loved it so much for its reliability. It has quite a bit of power and very good towing. Up in the North of the country weather gets very harsh. This truck has helped me get out of snow and helped towed my friends out of ditches. This is an awesome truck!
    • Engineered defects

      By mkm on Monday, January 07, 2008

      I own a 1999 GMC Yukon. I had to replace the fuel pump, very expensive, at about 110k miles, and then the water pump at 120K. Funny thing is, I also own a 1998 chevy pickup and my father owns a 1999 chevy tahoe and all three vehicles needed the same parts replaced within 6 months of eachother and within 5k miles of eachother. Also had to replace the alternators and starters at about the same intervals and within a couple of months of eachother. I think that this is the strongest evidence I have ever seen of engineering defects into a vehicle so that they can make the aftermarket money. The big three american auto makers want to know why they are losing market share, well quality is a great big reason. Also, all three of these vehicles were "assembled" at the plant in mexico, if that has anything to do with it. Hope GM saved some money because it sure is costing me a bundle.