The fifth-generation GMC Yukon first hit the scene for the 2021 model year, with the upcoming 2024 GMC Yukon dropping in as the fifth-gen’s fourth model year, sans mid-cycle enhancement. Customers have two body styles to choose from when it comes to the GMC Yukon, including the standard-length model, as well as the extended-length GMC Yukon XL. Now, here’s the current production mix for the GMC Yukon in terms of the standard-length model versus the extended-length GMC Yukon XL.
According to sources familiar with the matter, the current production mix for the GMC Yukon breaks down as 55 percent for the standard-length model and 45 percent for the extended-length GMC Yukon XL. Unsurprisingly, this mix is reflected in the overall sales numbers as well, with 22,942 units of the standard-length GMC Yukon sold in the U.S. through the first six months of the year, and 19,050 units of the extended-length GMC Yukon XL sold in the U.S. during the same time period.
These figures stand in contrast to the sales mix for the Chevy Tahoe and Chevy Suburban, with the Chevy Tahoe commanding about 67 percent of the sales mix, versus 33 percent of the sales mix for the longer Chevy Suburban. Meanwhile, the sales mix for the Cadillac Escalade and extended-length Cadillac Escalade ESV stands at about 60/40 in favor of the standard-length Cadillac Escalade.
In terms of sales volume, the GMC Yukon outsold the Ford Expedition in Q1 of the 2023 calendar year when combining sales numbers for the GMC Yukon with those of the extended-length Yukon XL. Combining these two figures, we end up with 19,723 units, as compared to 19,359 units sold for the Ford Expedition during the same time period. The GMC Yukon’s sales performance also bested that of the Nissan Armada, Jeep Wagoneer, and Toyota Sequoia.
Sales Numbers - Mainstream Full-Size SUVs - Q1 2023 - USA
|MODEL||Q1 23 / Q1 22||Q1 23||Q1 22||Q1 23 SHARE||Q1 22 SHARE|
|GMC YUKON XL||+0.86%||9,252||9,173||9%||12%|