The 2017 GMC Yukon and a Word About Road Rage
The nine passengers three row seating 2017 GMC Yukon is a big and bold vehicle made to haul your big crew for fun times. You don't want to put a damper on the good times with a bout of road rage while you travel.
So, it is a good idea to always "check yourself" - as they say, and determine your state of mind before driving. It isn't always easy to do when you are stretched for time, but taking a moment to examine your mental state and re-calibrate for the road is a step you can take to give yourself that one last chance at preventing road rage.
At best, road rage gets us in an angry mood and at worst can lead to a physical altercation. Either one is best to be avoided. So, keep a cool head in your 2017 GMC Yukon and enjoy all it offers.
The full-sized family vehicle comes in three trims, including the Yukon Denali, a luxury bursting SUV that shouts vehicle superiority in every imaginable way.
The two other trims have a lot to offer as well and don't disappoint. Power outlet, Bose premium audio and OnStar® with 4G LTE and built in Wi-Fi® hotspot are standard. The Yukon has available 4-wheel drive and is powered by a 5.3 L EcoTec3 V8 engine.
The StabiliTrak with Premium Ride Suspension of the 2017 GMC Yukon provides a firm and controlled ride that is ultra-smooth. Inlaid doors, acoustic laminated windshield, and triple sealed doors offer a strikingly quiet ride. The entertainment and connectivity center includes Apple Carplay™ and Android Auto™ as well IntelliLink with 8'' screen.
The exterior styling is uncompromisingly bold and powerful. And the interior has leather seating with premium materials to give the inside an edge of comfort and luxury. Storage in the 2017 GMC Yukon is abundant and innovative. Available is a hands-free tailgate, and a trailing and hauling package capable of 8300 lbs. with Hill Side Assist being standard.
Now that you are more familiar with the 2017 GMC Yukon, here are a few more reminders of things you can do to prevent road rage:
- Improve time management. Yes, you've heard it before, and it is something all of us need improvement on. But giving yourself more time on the road for trips is an extra step you can take to diminish the pressures of driving. A good way to develop better time management skills or any good habit is to start gradually. Start leaving earlier than usual a few times and build up. And always leave earlier than usual for time sensitive destinations: work, dinner engagements, concerts, and sporting events etc.
- Navigate your 2017 GMC Yukon using its available technology to find the most efficient routes. For added navigation, download Waze. It is a free navigation app that provides traffic updates and even gives users information about the location of police officers through what is called community sourcing. Avoiding traffic jams and speeding tickets with Waze can help reduce stress on the road.
- Maintain a big picture in your 2017 GMC Yukon. Remind yourself that the roads are a public domain, and you can't expect everyone to possess good driving habits. Don't allow it to get to you when others have missteps. Also, try to give others the benefit of the doubt for their driving sins. Most mistakes are unintentional and it is only a small minority of drivers that are blatantly irresponsible. Even when you encounter their transgressions on the road, "let it go" quickly. It is not worth getting upset over and ruining your mood.
- Use Uber or Lyft on occasion. When you don't feel like driving, let others do it for you. Using Uber or Lyft is fast, convenient and inexpensive. Relax in your paid ride and give yourself a break from driving. It will help you stay more refreshed for future drives. Your 2017 GMC Yukon will always be waiting there for your return.
Stop into your local Faulkner Buick GMC dealership in Trevose, PA for a closer look at the 2017 Yukon. See a family SUV that has all you need and more. And remember to be a good citizen on the road!