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To clarify, you're referring to the standard size Yukon, not the XL. We have both and the standard doesn't have great 3rd row foot room, but the XL moves the axle beneath the seats and has the same leg room as the main seating area which works perfect for adults.I’ve had a 2012 Yukon XL with heavy duty tow package and now I have a 2018 expedition max. I’ve also rented the newer Yukon’s under the current model as well. Both are excellent but One decisive factor is the independent rear suspension in the expedition allows a Usable third row seat Wake makes it reasonably comfortable for adults on a long trip. GM products do not a Independent rear suspension which means the floorboard is much higher up and therefore not comfortable on the leg room for the passengers back there. Makes a huge difference for anyone that’s over 5 feet.
4x4. Always.4x2 vs 4x4?