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Tata Sumo Victa, launched by Tata Motors in 2004, is a vehicle any owner is proud of. The multi-utility vehicle has muscular look complemented by roomy interiors. The newly designed cockpit offers more comfort and convenience. With a turning radius of just 4.9m, driving Victa through congested roads is never a problem.

Appeal of the vehicle has been enhanced by new chrome front grille and sparkling headlamps, while the taillight cluster looks trendy as well. The grace is added by body colored ORVM and door handles. The contrast colored claddings and bumpers bedeck the exteriors. Seven people can ride comfortably in the vehicle.
The cockpit interior also offer pose with good facet. Storage spaces at appropriate locations make an uncluttered cabin, while the leather-wrapped steering wheel feel good to your fingertips. The vehicle comes with a new dashboard and sporty central console. The lumbar assistance can be adjusted for more comfort during long drives. The MUV is available with a new dashboard and sporty central console. The lumbar support can be adjusted to get more comfort during long journeys.

Tata Motors India Limited launched Sumo Victa in 2004. The multi-utility vehicle (MUV) comes across as a face-lifted version of Sumo. The muscular looks of the car are perfectly complemented by roomy interiors. Its exteriors have been redone, while the engine and specifications remain almost the same as the predecessor. Tata Sumo Victa comes with exciting features and superior performance, which differentiates it from other vehicles within its class.

Under the hood of the standard version of Tata Sumo Victa lies a powerful 1948 cc diesel engine, which delivers power of 90 PS @ 4300 rpm and maximum torque of 19 kgm @ 2500 rpm. Sumo Victa GX Turbo variant is powered by a turbocharger, which generates a power of 89 bhp @ 4,300 rpm and a maximum torque of 186 Nm @ 2,500 rpm.

Design And Comfort
The frontage of Tata Sumo Victa attracts with new chrome front grille and sparkling headlamps, while the taillight cluster looks trendy as well. Its body colored ORVM and door handles only adds to the appeal. The contrast colored claddings and bumpers beautify the exteriors. As far as comfort is concerned, Tata Sumo Victa assures a smooth ride for seven people

The Tata Sumo was introduced in the MUV market in the year 1994 and became quite popular. Over a period of time the car has undergone several changes and has been refined to meet the needs of customers. The Tata Sumo Victa review reflects that the car is a preferred choice for individuals looking for rugged and affordable vehicle and is particularly preferred by cab owners.

The car comes equipped with a 2956cc, turbo charged diesel engine. This engine can deliver power of 70 bhp at 3000 rpm along with torque of 223 Nm at 1600 rpm. The other engine options in the car include 2.0L inline diesel engine and this can deliver power of 67 bhp at 4500 rpm along with torque of 117.5 Nm at 2500 rpm.
All engines are coupled with 5-speed manual transmission. The car has length of 4285mm while its width is 1726mm and height is 1976mm. The car can seat 5 individuals and its turning circle is 4.90 metres. The car has independent suspension along with coil spring and anti roll bar for front while the rear has leaf spring. The car has double acting dampers that can absorb shocks.
The car has front disk and rear drum brakes and the braking is excellent. The car displays body roll in the event of tight cornering or harsh braking. The ground clearance of the car is 160mm and its kerb weight is 1820 kgs. The fuel tank capacity of the car is 65 litres.

The interiors of the Tata Sumo Victa have been upgraded as compared to the interiors of the earlier models. The console is black and has brushed silver trim. The instrument gauges are quite uncluttered and can be easily read. The steering wheel is similar to that in the Indigo while the power controls are similar to those in Indica. The seats are comfortably and provide adequate support. The AC ducts are present on the roof.

The car has several safety features and these include engine immobiliser, high mounted stop lamp, anti submarine seats for the driver as well as passenger, collapsible steering column, seat belt warning and side intrusion beam on four doors.

Tata Sumo Victa comes with power steering and a small turning radius, which enables you to take u-turns without much ado. The sharpest of turns can be taken without slightest discomfort, thanks to its wider tyres. Front and rear fog lamps provide improved visibility during night as well as in heavy fog. The 60:40 split option provided in the ergonomically enhanced second row seats gives way for increased spaciousness and flexibility. The third row front facing seats can be completely removed to provide ample space to fit in extra luggage.

Tata Sumo Victa is equipped with standard safety features such as rear high mounted stop lamp, engine immobilizer (with keyless entry), collapsible steering column, anti-submarine seats for driver and co-driver, side intrusion beam on all four doors and seat belt warning.
Variants, Price And Color
Tata Sumo Victa is available in GX, EX and LX variants. The MUV is priced between Rs 4.8 and 5.8 lacs. It is available in a wide variety of colors, including Passion Red, Pacific Blue, Quartz Black, Arctic Silver, River Rock Green, Marble Beige and Arctic White.

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What do you do when you want to relax? This ain’t an interview question but then a general one. Many would say that they watch TV, catch up with friends and blah blah blah. My personal way to unwind is to go on long rides or drives and that too alone. Not everyone gets the privilege to do so. But then your choice of wheels also decide if you are going to office or just unwinding. Think of any car and you would be hard pressed for choices for a set of wheels which would do both the chores with ease. My choice of wheels would have been a Tata Safari. The reason been that it does look like an expensive vehicle which can be taken out on weekends and even regularly for office. Why not a Scorpio? Just because it is too intimidating for everyday use. Just to check the same thing, I got a loan Tata Safari Dicor from Tata Motors. This vehicle was with the Indiandrives team for a week. Now, the Tata Safari Dicor in India needs no introduction since it has been famously associated with carrying many dignitaries as well as not so much distinguished people. So here is the review of the SUV which changed the mindset of the Indian car buying publ

The Tata Safari 2010 model would be the last one to sport this design. It has been often reported that the Tata Safari 2011 model would be a complete revamp though the engine option will remain the same. The Tata Safari Dicor model that I had was the 2010 model. The looks of the SUV have remained virtually unchanged from the time it was introduced in the Indian market. The grille is the typical chrome unit with the Tata logo on it. The head lamps over the years have become clear lens units. The fog lamps are placed in the bumper of this vehicle and have a unique triangular shape to them. There is an aluminium skid plate located underneath the bumper signifying the SUV’s off-road capabilities.
The ground clearance of 205 mm is amply demonstrated from the side view. The 235/70 R16 tyre size of this SUV fills the wheel arches well. Moreover, the alloy wheel design has also remained more or less the same from yesteryears. The rear end also hasn’t undergone much change, more or less it has become curvy now. There is now a rear wiper. The spare wheel position has changed over the years and now it is back on the rear hatch. The chunky reflectors are now on the bumpers. On the rear climb cladding, there is a camera.

There is not much known about the new Safari car but one thing is for sure that Tata’s have not forgotten about it. As we can see from the pictures, the SUV is in its testing phase and will be in the showrooms somewhere in 2011.
The 2011 Tata Safari SUV will be based on its sibling Aria’s platform which will make the car more rigid and a better handler. The new model will also have lots of space and will be loaded with features such ABS, Airbags, Climate Control etc.

ata Safari EX 4x2: The next to basic model which comes loaded with features like Rear AC Vents, Rear Defogger, Body Colored Bumpers, Fog Lamps, CD/MP3 Player and Remote Locking.
Tata Safari EX 4x4: This model comes with the same features that EX 4x2 offer the only difference being the 4WD (Four Wheel Drive) option present in this variant for a rough ride.
Tata Safari GX 4x2: An upgrade of the EX model with the inclusion of Alloy Wheels, Leather Seats, Ultrasonic sensors with the display in the IRVM and ABS with EBD. Bumper and side cladding comes in dual tone along with two tone dark graphite and beige interiors.
Tata Safari GX 4x4: Again, this one has the same tools loaded as the GX and has an additional 4WD (Four Wheel Drive).
Tata Safari VX 4x2: The additional features that this variant carries include DVD player with LCD Screens on the Front Seat Headrest, Rear view camera for reversing with LCD display in IRVM, Dual Front Airbags etc.
Tata Safari VX 4x4: This is the best available variant of the Tata Safari that comes with all the features available on the VX model along with a 4WD (Four Wheel Drive) for rough terrains.
The Tata Safari offers a decent mileage of 10.45kmpl in the city and 15.5kmpl on the highway with the four wheel drive.

Tata Motors, well known for their worlds cheapest car project Nano is now working on the new Tata Safari.
Tata Safari is the first SUV to be designed, developed and manufactured entirely in India. Tata claims that the Safari delivers almost the same power and torque as the Mitsubishi Pajero, but available at 60% of the Pajero’s price.
First version of the Safari was released in 1998. Last modifications were carried out in 2007. Main changes included: new 140PS, 320Nm torque 2.2l engine, new bumpers and front grill new dashboard, changes to suspension and to door hinges.
Now 2010 model has been spied in Europe. Will Europe(perhaps even North America) see the Tata Safari on sale soon or are they just testing the car in Europe? Hard to tell, but with decreasing SUV sales it is going to be hard for another SUV that has no name and name to enter the market.
So far the main issue with the Safari has been that it is quite a heavy vehicle; it tilts the scales at 2115 kg (4663 lb) (kerb); adding an extra 110 kg (243 lb) for the 4WD variant.

The Tata Safari 2010 model has torsion bar up front with independent double wishbones and at the rear, coil spring suspension with 5 links. The Tata Safari in India is built on the body on ladder frame used typically for SUVs. The steering wheel in the earlier Tata Safaris was vague enough but not in the 2010 model. It has got some feedback dialed into it at high speeds. Piloting the Tata Safari around in town is quite a handful. This can be attributed to the heavy front end and the DICOR engine’s weight. If you go with less expectations from this vehicle, the more happy you would be. Due to its top heavy nature, this SUV rolls and then rolls some more while going around a fast corner. Don’t be fooled by its big tyres. I actually saved myself from an accident during one of those hooligan antics that I was trying on this SUV. Thank God. The shift on fly 4×4 mode doesn’t want you to stop the SUV and then engage it. As the name suggests, you can shift it on the go with no speed restrictions.
The best thing that you can expect is the ride quality. It is top notch and all smothering. Be it in the town or on the highway, nothing can ruffle the Tata Safari’s chassis. The best thing is that the engine is also quiet till the 100 kmph mark but then onwards it takes on a gruff note. Unlike the Indigo XL where you put the blower on full speed and it becomes noisy at the rear, the Safari’s unit is muted enough. Under heavy braking duress, the vehicle has a tendency to pitch and bob.

Tata Motors have done well to remove the older 3 liter as well as 3 liter diesel engines, not to forget the 2 liter petrol engine as well from the Tata Safari’s arsenal. It now gets a single 2.2 liter VTT DICOR engine. It is a 16 valve unit which produces 140 Bhp of peak power @ 4000 rpm and a huge 320 Nm of torque from as low as 1700 rpm. It is mated to a 5 speed manual transmission. Gone is the lazy demeanor of the earlier motors, this motor actually shows an eagerness. Where words like the sleeping giant were used for the earlier motors, this one is entirely different. The 0-100 kmph mark is decimated in only 15.8 seconds whereas the top speed that it punches stands at 158 kmph. The best thing that this motor does is, cruise all day long at 100 kmph. The gearshifts are still a bit rubbery as well as long but then the ratios are optimised. To overcome the slight turbo lag, the first three gears are paired shortly whereas the last two are a slight long to help in cruising comfortably. Idle was a bit of gravelly but when the SUV did warm up, the noise vanished.
Brakes, a Tata’s time honored problem has been rectified to quite an extent but then it still remains. The travel is long before anything actually happens. But then shove them hard and the wheels won’t lock up as in the earlier models. This is due to the presence of ABS and EBD. The ABS hasn’t been exactly calibered to be a perfect unit. So relying only on the ABS to sort out things would infact make the situation worse. Safety has gone up notches with 2 air bags, collapsible steering column, tailor banked metal sheets and the 3 point seat belts. Not to forget the reverse camera as well.
Fuel efficiency has increased manifold with the Tata Safari DICOR engine now boasting of 11.2 kmpl in city and 16.4 kmpl on the highway.

This is where the sea change over the years have happened. If you happen to go over any automobile forums, you would realize that people are complaining of bad quality interiors which have a problem withstanding the rigors of time, bad plastics and the likes, in the Tata Safari. But then, I can tell you that Tata Motors are changing big time. Don’t trust me, have a look at the Tata Aria and you would come to know. Hop onto the interiors of the Tata Safari Dicor 2010 and you would realize that the interiors have actually changed. No, they still have a lot of catching up to do as far as the Germans are considered but I would still consider it as a stepping stone. The leather seats are the best this side of the Honda CR-V. I very much doubt if the Honda would retain its post as having the best seats in the business.
The 4 spoke steering wheel feels good to hold but then unlike the Mahindra Scorpio, it doesn’t boast of steering mounted audio controls. It has got that two slightly oval dials for the instrument cluster. Touch the surfaces and the softness from the materials is evident but then prod them and you would realize that they are made of hard substances. The central fascia boasts of a cheap looking (like the Logan) aluminium inserts. The gear stick lever is housed in a pod surrounded by aluminium inserts. For a 6 footer, adjusting into the seats of any car is a problem. But then not in the Tata Safari. Behind the front head rests for the middle row of passengers, there are DVD screens. The single CD changer system boasts of AUX and USB input. The sound output was good but then if this was my personal vehicle, for a lifestyle image, I would put in more speakers or upgrade the unit. The rear seats are the best in the business.There is a central arm rest now for the passengers. AC vents from the pillars help cool the atmosphere inside pretty quickly. The last row of seats are opposite facing ones with hinges. With all row of seats been used, there is practically only 120 liters of boot space but then fold the seats and tumble down the middle row and you get a humongous 1380 liters of boot space.

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Tata is expected to update the existing model of the Tata Safari, as a product is a good affordable SUV. Safari is present in the market from almost a decade ago and yet with its comfy interiors and decent styling, it is till now a darling for many SUV lovers.
Tata Safari is one of the most luxurious model providing utmost comfort. The 2.2L, 16V diesel engine makes the new Tata Safari a true glider. Adjustable light intensity on instrumental panel, dark graphite and perforated tan leather seats and power windows are the attractive features of the new Tata Safari. Safety features that are available with it include airbags, ABS (Antilock Brake System) with EBD (Electronic Brake-Force Distribution) and reverse guide system.
2011 Tata Safari has a 2.2L, 16 valve and a VTT DICOR engine that churns a power of 140hp at the rate of 4000rpm. Further it has a capacity to provide a torque of 320Nm at the rate of 1700-2700 rpm. Some of the features that have been changed in the new Tata Safari in place include its dimension that has been reduced lengthwise from 4810mm to 4650mm, but it is to be noted that the cabin space has been kept same.
The Tata Safari 2010 model would be the last one to sport this design. It has been often reported that the Tata Safari 2011 model would be a complete revamp though the engine option will remain the same. The Tata Safari Dicor model that I had was the 2010 model. The looks of the SUV have remained virtually unchanged from the time it was introduced in the Indian market. The grille is the typical chrome unit with the Tata logo on it. The head lamps over the years have become clear lens units. The fog lamps are placed in the bumper of this vehicle and have a unique triangular shape to them. There is an aluminium skid plate located underneath the bumper signifying the SUV’s off-road capabilities.

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One of the world’s biggest conglomerates, and certainly India’s largest, Tata, has in its motor division a mouse out on the prowl. Tata Motor has highly ambitious plans that may include taking over the world, starting with Land Rover and Jaguar.
But first they have to make this new spied SUV work for them. The Tata Safari, famous for being India’s very first locally designed, developed and manufactured SUV, has evolved to its next incarnation as these spy shots reveal. Snapped while taking a leisurely drive in northern Sweden, it seems Tata is taking its vehicle testing quite seriously.
Available in both 4x2 and 4x4, the Safari was launched in 1998 and restyled in 2005. Originally it featured a 1.9-litre turbo-diesel engine. For such a hefty customer, it would seem the Safari was underwhelmed by this powerplant, hence the introduction of a more vigorous 3.0-litre turbo diesel. A 2.0-litre diesel was also made available for 2005 model year.
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Automotive Cars | Tata Safari | The Tata Safari, in its model year 2010, has been made BS IV compliant and further embellished. The country’s first indigenous thoroughbred 4-door SUV now sports accentuated exteriors and refreshed interiors. The exterior enhancements include chrome plated grill and chrome plated ORVMs.

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There have been better times for full-size sport utility vehicles. Faced with rising gas prices, eco-protests and nervous insurance underwriters, some shoppers have turned elsewhere in their search for family-size transport.
But for others, nothing can take the place of a large, powerful and roomy SUV, especially those who need to tow and haul. It's for these faithful that GMC intends the mostly all-new 2007 Yukon and Yukon Denali.
Inside, everything's new. Seats are lighter, more comfortable. The dash is seriously simplified, with major reductions in confusing knobs, buttons and displays. The interior styling is refreshingly elegant, hinting at aspirations for entry-luxury status.
An equally new exterior wraps around that delightful interior. The re-styled front end remains true to the GMC trademark shapes and geometric but with a thoroughly modern flavor. Sides shorn of overbearing cladding add lightness to an otherwise fairly substantial presence. Optional, 20-inch polished wheels add a touch of high fashion trendiness.
The 2007 Yukon is three inches longer than last year's model, nearly all of which goes to added front seat legroom and cargo area, but the wheelbase is the same length.
The popular 5.3-liter V8 engine gets a moderate boost in power and, perhaps more important, an ingenious system that shuts down half the cylinders under light load, improving fuel economy by one or two miles per gallon. The base 4.8-liter V8 gets a slight boost in power, too. At the top of the line, the luxurious Yukon Denali boasts a new 6.2-liter V8 generating 380 horsepower with a new six-speed automatic.
The Yukon seats six to nine passengers and is rated to tow up to 7700 pounds when properly equipped, enough to tow cars, boats and horses. All in all, a nice package and a real leap forward from the previous generation.
Adding to the appeal, starting MSRP for the 2007 Yukon is more than $3000 less than the comparable 2006 Yukon, itself re-priced in the fall of 2005 as part of GM's Value Pricing initiative.

The 2007 GMC Yukon lineup offers a choice of three different V8 engines and a choice of two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive except the Yukon Denali, which comes with all-wheel drive.
The standard GMC Yukon comes with a 290-hp 4.8-liter V8 and four-speed automatic. The 4.8-liter engine is not part of the initial launch, however. Once it's available, we expect the Yukon will be available at a lower base price.
The Yukon SLE 2WD ($33,815) and 4WD ($37,615) come with the 320-hp 5.3-liter V8 with Active Fuel Management and four-speed automatic. Also available is the 5.3-liter V8 with AFM and E85 Flex-Fuel capability. Standard equipment includes cruise control; multi-zone air conditioning front and rear; AM/FM/CD/MP3, eight-speaker stereo; driver information center; the usual powered features, with the outside mirrors heated and foldable; a six-way, power driver's seat; leather-wrapped, tilt steering wheel; cloth upholstery; 40/20/40 split front bench seat with manual recliners; 60/40 split folding second row bench seat; roof rails; locking rear differential; 17-inch, bright aluminum wheels; and three power outlets. A second-tier SLE 2WD ($35,565) and 4WD ($38,365) adds foglamps, steering wheel-mounted audio and cruise controls, rear-seat audio controls and outputs and cargo cover and mat; replaces the front bench seat with a pair of buckets and a center console; and upgrades the stereo speakers to a nine-speaker-with-subwoofer, Bose Premium system.
The uplevel Yukon SLT 2WD ($37,995) and 4WD ($40,795) are available with either of the 5.3-liter V8s, both fitted with the four-speed automatic. In addition to or in place of similar features on the SLE, the SLT gets automatic climate control; power adjustable pedals; front tow hooks; leather-trimmed, bucket front seats; leather-appointed, 60/40 split, second row bench seat; six-disc CD changer; rear seat audio controls and outputs; programmable remote garage opener; and remote start. There's also a second-tier SLT 2WD ($40,060) and 4WD ($42,860) that add roof rack cross bars; outside mirrors upgraded with integrated turn signals, ground illumination, reverse-tilting and driver-side auto dimming; heated, 12-way power driver and six-way power front passenger seats with two-setting driver side memory; vinyl-covered, 50/50 split, two-passenger, third-row bench seat; and XM Satellite Radio.
Yukons offer extensive lists of options, both free standing and in packages. Popular packages include two navigation systems, one of which incorporates a DVD capability ($2145); and the rear seat entertainment system ($1295); and the power liftgate ($350). The third-row seat comes in two forms: two-passenger and a three-passenger.
Options include XM Satellite Radio ($199), power adjustable pedals ($120), power sunroof ($995), roof rack cross bars ($45), power release for the curb-side second row seat ($425), heated second-row seats ($200), rain-sensing windshield wipers ($95), 20-inch wheels ($1795), front fog lamps ($140), six-disc CD changer stereo upgrade ($300), remote starter ($175) and retractable cargo cover ($70). Finally, by way of cold weather, towing and off-road options, but again only on some models, buyers can order one of two lower rear axle ratios ($100), an engine block heater ($50), a heavy duty transmission oil cooler ($95), a windshield washer fluid heater ($85), an off-road skid plate ($125), and Autoride suspension with variable shocks and air-assisted real load leveling ($1120).
The top-level Yukon Denali ($47,115) comes with a 380-hp 6.2-liter V8 with all-wheel drive and a new six-speed automatic. Standard features over and above those expected include heated first- and second-row seats; auxiliary transmission oil cooler; locking rear differential; power second-row seat release; front-row bucket seats, second-row Captain's chairs and removable three-passenger, third-row bench seat; digital 10-speaker Premium Bose Centerpoint Surround Sound System;

They offer distinctive styling, spacious and refined interiors, exceptional driving characteristics and segment-leading safety features – including standard head curtain side air bags for all seating rows on all models.

Continual refinements designed to further enhance performance, comfort and convenience highlight the 2006 GMC Yukon and Yukon XL full-size SUVs as they enter their final model year of the current generation. These evolutionary changes lay the groundwork for the next generation of Yukon SUVs, which will build on the maneuverability, roominess, comfort and uncompromising capabilities that have made the vehicles so valued by customers

GMC Yukon and Yukon XL offer a wide choice of models to fit every need, including two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive, half-ton and three-quarter-ton ratings, and with four different-displacement engines, including the Vortec 4800 4.8L V-8, Vortec 5300 5.3L V-8, Vortec 6000 6.0L V-8 and Vortec 8100 8.1L V-8. In addition, the Vortec 5300 is a Flex-Fuel engine, which can operate on a combination of gasoline and E85 ethanol fuel. Yukon interiors can be configured for five to nine passengers. Cargo room is expansive, with up to 104.6 cubic feet (2,962 L) of available space behind the first-row seats in Yukon and up to 131.6 cubic feet (3,726 L) of cargo space behind the first-row seats of the Yukon XL.
Professional Grade powertrains
2006 Yukon and Yukon XL have a wide array of powertrain choices. The Yukon ’s standard engine is the Vortec 4800 4.8L V-8, which is rated at 285 horsepower (213 kw) and 295 lb.-ft. of torque (400 Nm). The Vortec 5300 5.3L V-8 is standard on the Yukon XL and optional on the Yukon . The Vortec 5300 is rated at 295 horsepower (220 kw) and 335 lb.-ft. of torque (463 Nm). The Yukon XL 2500 Series are equipped with the standard Vortec 6000 6.0L V-8, which is rated at 335 horsepower (250 kw) and 375 ft.-lb. of torque (508 Nm). Optional on the Yukon XL 2500 series is the Vortec 8100 8.1L V-8, which is rated at 325 horsepower (242 kw) and 447 lb-ft. of trailer-towing torque (597 Nm).
The Flex-Fuel Vortec 5300 5.3L V-8 is capable of running on either 87-octane regular unleaded gasoline or a blend of up to 85 percent ethanol. New programming in the engine control module recognizes the amount of ethanol in the fuel system, thus eliminating the need for a physical fuel sensor.
Ride and handling
Yukon ’s front suspension is an independent torsion bar design with a stabilizer bar. The rear suspension uses a multi-link coil spring design on half-ton models and a dual-stage multi-leaf spring design on 3/4-ton Yukons . An Autoride, bi-state variable shock dampening and rear air-assisted load-leveling suspension package is available. An off-road suspension package (Z71) is available on 4WD Yukon models. Four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes and a locking, heavy-duty rear differential are standard. Yukon XL 2500 series can tow up to 12,000 pounds (5,443 kg) when properly equipped. The base towing capacity is 7,700 pounds (3,493 kg).
Safe and secure
In addition to StabiliTrak , Yukon and Yukon XL have a full complement of standard safety and security features. Dual-stage frontal driver and right front passenger air bags are standard. Dual-stage air bags reduce the risk of air bag-induced injury by sensing the crash severity. Depending on the conditions the air bags may or may not deploy. The primary stage alone will deploy in most frontal impacts requiring supplemental protection beyond safety belts. Safety belts remain the primary and most effective form of occupant protection. In severe frontal collisions the secondary air bag stage will deploy.
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