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Positioned in the middle of the full-size sport/utility market, the [[GMC Yukon]] (originally known as the [[GMC Yukon|GMC Jimmy]]) appeals to buyers who require a big SUV. It competes against its near-twin, the [[Chevrolet Blazer/Tahoe|Chevrolet Tahoe]], as well as the [[Ford Bronco]] and [[Ford Expedition|Expedition]].
 
Positioned in the middle of the full-size sport/utility market, the [[GMC Yukon]] (originally known as the [[GMC Yukon|GMC Jimmy]]) appeals to buyers who require a big SUV. It competes against its near-twin, the [[Chevrolet Blazer/Tahoe|Chevrolet Tahoe]], as well as the [[Ford Bronco]] and [[Ford Expedition|Expedition]].
   
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