100 years ago at the New York Auto Show the GMC name first appeared on the front of a truck. This is obviously something the company has to celebrate. And as it’s the case in the auto industry, they are doing so by making special edition models. GMC’s celebratory models are based on Yukon SUV and Sierra pickup. They are called the Heritage Editions.
GMC Yukon and Sierra Heritage Editions each come with a couple of unique features and some shared ones, which include commemorative badges featuring original GMC logo design. With these, GMC also introduces three new colors including exclusive Heritage Blue ($195), White Diamond ($995) or Onyx Black (no additional cost). Interior colors for the Yukon are Ebony and Light Tan.
The Yukon SUV Heritage Edition comes with exterior badges, embroidered front floor mats and headrests, optional 20-inch wheels, and the SLT-2 Equipment Package with 10-way leather memory seats, headed second-row seats with power release, power-operated liftgate and heated side mirrors. The package costs $1,970 for the Yukon and Yukon XL, and $1,820 for the Yukon XL ¾-ton model.
Meanwhile the Sierra Heritage Edition benefits from the same exterior badges, embroidered front floor mats and headrests, plus chrome door handles, mirror caps and door moldings, 20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels, rear-view camera, and the Convenience package with rear park assist, adjustable pedals, Universal Home Remote, EZ-Lift locking tailgate and rear wheelhouse liners.
This one will cost $2,645 on top of the MSRP.