Yukon Denali is a Luxury Bargain

Luxury

Take into account that the Cadillac Escalade has a starting price of $61,000 and you might think twice on what to spend your money on for a new full-size luxury SUV. For a such a large vehicle, the Escalade not only costs a lot to buy, but also a lot to maintain - specifically regarding fuel. If you need a full-size luxury SUV and want to save a few for the upcoming trips to the gas station, then consider the Yukon Denali as it has all of the chrome, sound/speaker features the Escalade has.

Bottom line is that both are considered status symbol vehicles and the Denali will attract attention anywhere it's driven.

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