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VIN number 1GKFK06249J100790: 2009 GMC Yukon XL

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BrandGMC
Production Year2009
ModelYukon XL
Factory nameYukon Denali
Vin1GKFK06249J100790
TypeSport Utility Vehicle (SUV)/Multi Purpose Vehicle (MPV)
Number of Cylinders8
Displacement CC6200.0
Displacement CI378.34721338734
Displacement L6.2
Number of doors4
Drive Unit4WD/4-Wheel Drive/4x4
Model of EngineL9H - Flex Fuel: Gas/ALC, ALUM
Fuel Type PrimaryFlexible Fuel Vehicle (FFV)
GV WRClass 1D: 5,001 - 6,000 lb (2,268 - 2,722 kg)
ManufacturerGENERAL MOTORS LLC
Series1/2 Ton
TrimDENALI
Vehicle TypeMULTIPURPOSE PASSENGER VEHICLE (MPV)
Brake System TypeHydraulic
Engine ConfigurationV-Shaped
Fuel Type SecondaryEthanol (E85)
Fuel Injection TypeSequential Fuel Injection (SFI)
NCSA Body TypeLarge utility (ANSI D16.1 Utility Vehicle Categories and "Full Size" and "Large")
NCSA MakeGMC
NCSA ModelSuburban/Yukon XL (2004 on; see 431 for 1950- 2003)
NoteEngines listed as flexible fuel do not necessarily mean the vehicle is equipped for flexible fuel.
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