2022 GMC Yukon Towing Capacity

March 2nd, 2022 by
2022 GMC Yukon Denali Parked in front of house

With an incredible presence throughout St. Simons, the 2022 GMC Yukon continues to impress with everything that it does. There’s no doubting the power and performance that it brings, as well as the towing power it has. But are you curious about how much can the GMC Yukon tow? The GMC Yukon towing capacity reaches up to 8,400 pounds when properly equipped. Add in the premium features and comfortable amenities, and you’re ready for anything the day throws at you. Learn more about towing in the Yukon with Nalley Brunswick Buick GMC below. Then, schedule a test drive by contacting us to get behind the wheel of a new Yukon today. 

How Much Can the GMC Yukon Tow?

Whether you’re taking on the daily Waycross commute or hitting the road with the family, you’re supported by powerful V8 performance. Each model, except the high-tier Denali trim, is equipped with a standard 5.3L V8 EcoTec3 engine that generates 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque with a standard GMC Yukon towing capacity of up to 7,900 pounds. Those standard capabilities are strengthened by a standard trailering hitch that features a seven-wire harness with independent fused trailering circuits and a two-inch trailering receiver.

To reach how much the GMC Yukon can tow at its top capacity, you’ll need the available Heavy-Duty Trailering package, as well. The package includes: 

  • Integrated Trailer Brake Controller
  • 3.42 Axle Ratio
  • Two-Speed Active Transfer Case on 4WD Models Only
  • Premium Smooth Ride Suspension with Rear Air Leveler
  • Yukon Maximum Payload: 1,910 pounds
  • Yukon Maximum Towing: Up to 8,400 pounds
  • Yukon XL Maximum Towing: Up to8,300 pounds

GMC Yukon Towing Technology

As you can see, nothing is held back with the GMC Yukon performance and towing capabilities. That also means that you can have peace of mind during heavy-duty trips around Jessup with intuitive towing features such as: 

  • Trailer Brake Control: Easy-to-access controls on the steering wheel allow you to configure the trailer’s braking system. 
  • Hill Start Assist: The Hill Start Assist system holds the brakes for you, giving you enough time to switch from the brake to the accelerator without rolling back. 
  • Hill Descent Control: At the push of a button, you can use anti-lock braking to control your descent while heading down steep declines.
  • StabiliTrak® Electronic Stability Control: Keep your passengers safe and your trailer on the right path with the StabiliTraksensors that can detect trailer sway. 

Hit the Streets in a Powerful GMC Yukon from Nalley Brunswick Buick GMC!

See how the 2022 GMC Yukon towing capacity fits into your next family trip with Nalley Brunswick Buick GMC. After you come back from a test drive, our finance department will be able to show you how much they’re capable of lifting by taking care of the paperwork for you. All you need to do is apply for financing online from the comfort of your own home. 


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