Say hello to a brand new GMC Yukon, complete with a new independent rear suspension and AT4 trim.
Now of course, you can get the fancy-pants Denali but y'all know that I love dirt machines.
So I wanted to stick primarily with this 84.
Of course there's not too much difference with the 84 here.
There's meteor tyres of course.
There's a skid plate over the transfer case, and the 84's also get a different front facea that contributes to the overall approach angle to the 32 degrees.
However, the two speed transfer case, the head up display, and even the option of magnetic ride control or air suspension that's available on both rigs.
And if you offer that air suspension, you'll be able to raise the truck about two inches in four low, or it can hunker down when you're loading.
Power plant options include a 6.2 liter V eight good for 420 horsepower and 460 pound feet of torque, or you can get a 5.3 liter V eight however, the cool news is there is a new three liter inline six diesel good for 277 horsepower and 460 pound feet of torque.
Regardless of what power plant you choose, it all gets down to the pavement through a 10 speed automatic transmission.
Now the Yukon is bigger for 2021 is going to be more space inside for both people and cargo.
And GMC says that the new independent versus mentioned will offer a smoother ride.
I've only been in the truck for about five minutes so I really can't say one way or the other So, I'm gonna reserve judgment until I get some more time with it.
The Denali does have its own very specific interior but both trucks have a power center console that can slide back to reveal a little hidden cubby compartment underneath there.
And I do love my Hidden cubbies.
Now I've said it before the 84 sub brand is not really about hardcore off roading.
It's more about getting you through some bad weather or making sure that your family can get to the ski slopes safely and securely.
We've got no word on pricing yet but the 2021 GMC Yukon will be available next summer.