LIFTED 2017 GMC YUKON XL

DENALI | 4WD

SOLD

80,024 miles

SOLD | 80,024 miles

Highlights

Overview

Stock #

U23025

VIN

1GKS2HKJ0HR202193

Year

2017

Make

GMC

Model

Yukon XL Denali

Drive

4WD

Exterior Color

Black

Interior Color

Black

Mileage

80,024

Fuel Type

Gasoline

Engine

6.2L V8

Transmission

Automatic

Description

NEW LIFT!! NEW WHEELS!! NEW TIRES!! Lifted 2017 GMC Yukon XL Denali on 20 inch wheels wrapped in 35 inch tires. Leather. Heated seats. Cooled seats. Heated wheel. Power seats. Power mirrors. Memory seats. AM FM XM CD MP3. Bluetooth. Reverse camera. Navigation. Sunroof. Quad bucket seating. 2nd row heated. Dual rear entertainment. 7 passenger seating. Auto running boards. Power liftgate release. Power folding third row. Power fold 2nd row. Weathertech throughout. Roof rack. Tow package. HID headlamps. Heads up display. Factory trailer brake controller. Auto down windows. Safety locks. Power windows. Power locks. Tilt wheel. cruise control. Stabilitrak. Traction control. 4wd. Premium bose audio. Fog lights. Daytime running lights. Overhead map lights. Dual zone climate. Rear climate zone. Rear climate controls. Rear usb outlets. Front usb outlets. Rear 12v. Front console 12v. Third row 12v. Third row cup holders. Center console hdmi.

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It was all a dream...

Ultimate Rides consists of Nick Bulanda and his carefully built team who have been buying, building and selling vehicles for over fifteen years. Nick had a dream to buy, build and sell custom vehicles from rust free states. Build a business on a great reputation and always make sure customers are happy with their purchase. In the auto business that sometimes is hard to do, but year after year their business grew and five star reviews started to come in. He started his Ultimate Rides journey with his dad and two brothers, who was a big part of building the business they have today. In 2016 Jake passed away and losing his brother was the hardest thing he ever had to deal with. Even though he had a tragic loss, he found employees who are like family. He plans to keep the vision and continue to set a new trend for the Chicagoland market. Keep customers number one and grow this business for their baby brother Jake.