More than 15.8 million vehicles were evaluated in a recent iSeeCars.com survey to determine which models are the longest-lasting models still on the road. One of the brands left standing after the rigorous testing process was GMC. GMC finished third out of all brands, with 1.4 percent of all GMC vehicles reaching 200,000 miles or more.
The GMC Yukon XL was one of those models, and was actually found to be the most likely to be able to reach 300,000 miles. On top of incredible reliability and an impressive ability to last for nearly a quarter of a million miles, the Yukon delivers about 39.3 cubic feet available behind the third row, making it a perfect option for road trips when you need space for luggage.
The GMC Sierra 1500 and GMC Canyon were also named to the list of long-lasting GMC vehicles. The Sierra 1500 is available in five different trim levels, enabling you to pick one that best suits your needs. It features a 6.2-liter V8 engine or an available 3.0-liter Duramax Turbo-Diesel engine to deliver some extra power.
The GMC Canyon is available in four trim levels, and is capable of towing up to 7,700 pounds when it has the right equipment. To give it a necessary blend of efficiency and power, the Canyon earns an EPA-estimated fuel efficiency rating of 30 mpg on the highway.*
If you want to get behind the wheel of one of the longest-lasting vehicles on the road, pay us a visit at Danny Len Buick GMC and browse our extensive inventory of GMCs.
*EPA estimated 20 city/30 hwy 2WD with the available Duramax 2.8L Turbo Diesel engine.