They are the big rigs, the large-and-in-charge three-row family sport-utes — heavy, often thirsty, full-sized brutes that have the muscle to tow the big stuff, whether it’s a sailboat, an Airstream trailer, or maybe even a small building. They can be fairly utilitarian and rugged, or optioned with enough bells and whistles to rival the luxury of their upscale Lincoln and Cadillac siblings. They are the Ford Expedition and the GMC Yukon .
And for the 2021 model year, General Motors debuts its fifth-generation GMC Yukon, available in SLE, SLT, AT4 and Denali trims and in regular length (5,334 millimetres) and extended-wheelbase XL (5,720 mm) versions. Meanwhile, Ford’s fourth-generation Expedition came out for the 2018 model year and saw a few updates for 2020. The 2021 model, also offered in regular length (5,334 mm) and extended-wheelbase Max (5,636 mm),