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GMC Yukon XL edges out platform-mate Chevrolet Suburban to win AutoPacific's Ideal Vehicle Award for Large SUVs. Owners of the Smaller GMC Yukon rewarded Yukon with AutoPacific's Vehicle Satisfaction Award eariler.
Owners of the 2012 GMC Yukon give the Large SUV top ratings in twenty-four of forty-eight characteristics measured in AutoPacific’s 2012 Vehicle Satisfaction Award research. This is the second year in row Yukon has been the most satisfying Large SUV.
Over the years, General Motors has often tried to be a trailblazer (no pun intended) in new vehicle design and development. Many of these vehicles failed, but we believe GM deserves a tremendous amount of credit for trying where other companies did not have the creative thought or resources to make a "segment breaking" product.
Chevrolet Traverse Front End Goes Plain Jane
For the 2013 mild freshening, Chevrolet has abandoned its bold and distinctive front end appearance for a milquetoast "car" front end look for its crossover. This fits into the VehicleVoice category of "WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?"

The model year was 2007.  ‘Crazy’ by Gnarls Barkley was popular on the radio.  Steve Irwin, the famous crocodile hunter was killed by a stingray and minivans were about as cool as Barney.  Two new three-row crossover SUVs entered the market looking to haul families and mass quantities of Vitamin Water from Costco in style and safety.

The General invited AutoPacific to get a sneak peek at a new pickup truck concept that will be shown at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. We’re going to spoil the surprise and fill you in with all of the details so keep reading…
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The Duramax is one stout stump puller of an engine! At 397 horsepower and 765 lb. ft. of torque the new 2011 Duramax diesel has 32 more horsepower and 105 more lb. ft. of torque than the 2010 model.

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We recently had the opportunity to drive the new 2011 Silverado HD and Sierra HD pickups. They may not look very different, but with an all-new frame and chassis and an improved powertrain these vehicles should be considered all-new.
New and improved is the theme, at least in every aspect except exterior and interior appearance.

It turns out the Large Crossover SUV segment has become a very competitive place. The 2010 GMC Acadia won the class nosing out the Ford Flex. The Acadia scored 711 VSA points in its victory to the Flex rating of 704. Acadia won twenty-one of the forty-eight categories.
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