GM Gives 2015 Yukon Sound of Silence
When your family is cooped up in a car for hours on end, it can get pretty noisy. Whether it’s the children asking, “Are we there yet?” or the sound of the wind passing your vehicle’s windows, the noise of a road trip is seemingly endless. GM is looking to silence this unrelenting noise with the interior quietness of the all-new 2015 GMC Yukon.
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New inlaid doors reduce wind noise, while the triple-seal and tighter fit minimize gaps between the frame and door edges. Acoustic baffles in the door headers and an acoustic laminated front door glass and windshield also enhance quietness. The calming, tranquil environment is further improved by the use of premium materials and superior sound engineering. In total, more than two dozen improvements heighten the silence within the Yukon’s cabin, making it the quietest SUV in its class.
“The GMC customer is looking for a vehicle that’s a notch above the rest in all aspects, but especially in refinement,” said Duncan Aldred, U.S. vice president of Buick and GMC. “Interior quietness is an essential element to refinement and we keep hearing how impressively silent our new Yukons are. It’s really something to experience.”
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If you’re looking to experience this silence for yourself, check out the all-new 2015 Yukon family arriving in GMC dealerships now.