2015 GMC Yukon XL Denali Safety Features: Part 2

We’ve been in the car business for quite some time here at DeVoe Auto and learned a few things along the way. Things about what customers want or need in a car and how they prioritize those needs. See, an┬áSUV could have every single luxury feature, look amazing and get great gas mileage; but without safety features, what’s the point of all those other things?

Thank goodness for SUVs like the 2015 GMC Yukon XL Denali that don’t skimp on features, whether they be luxury features or safety features.

In part one of this series we focuses on safety features in the front of the 2015 Yukon like Forward Collision Alert. Well today we want to focus on the features on the side. These side-facing features include:

  • Side-blind zone alert
  • Lane Change Alert
  • Land Departure Warning

Each one of these safety features does exactly what it sounds like. Check out the video below for a more in-depth look at each feature:

Basically, the sensors on the 2015 GMC Yukon XL Denali act as another pair of eyes that can see where you can’t. Stop by DeVoe Auto today to see one for yourself!

2015 GMC Yukon XL Denali Safety Features: Part 1

We just want to start off by saying that the 2015 GMC Yukon XL Denali is big. Real big. And some people might think that just because the Yukon XL is big, and thus a lot safer than small cars out there, that GMC did not feel the need to include cutting edge safety features in the truck.

Well were here to say that that could not be further from the truth! The Yukon XL is loaded with awesome safety features that will give drivers and passengers alike a sense of security and peace of mind.

In fact, the new 2015 Yukon has so many great safety features, we wanted to do a few blogs on them! So stay tuned and keep checking our blog in the coming months for more updates.

Today we want to focus on the safety features in the front of the car. Whether your cruising down the highway at 80 mph, or just slowly pulling into your garage, the sensors on the Yukon have your back. So for example, if you’re on cruise control (or not on cruise control) and you are approaching the car in front of you a little too fast, the Yukon will warn you to slow down.

Likewise, if you are slowly pulling into a parking space or a garage, the Yukon will use audible tones to let you know when you’re about to hit something.

Check out the video below to get a better idea of how these features work.