The 2021 GMC Yukon Denali makes major changes to a decades-old formula. Is it enough to bring the model back to the top of the full-size American SUV segment? Benjamin spends a hot 24 hours inside GM's biggest sport-utility vehicle to find out, before trading it in for a longer stretch in the (still-underachieving) Chevrolet Silverado LT Trail Boss. How hard does the Bowtie's Rebel response take it to Ram's champion?
Sami wraps up the show by reminding us all how good the 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV really is, how cheap it is to own one, and the late-night secrets of what really happens at the local charging station after dark.
- ALL-NEW 2021 GMC YUKON REVIEW: IS SMOOTHER BETTER FOR GM'S BIGGEST SUV? — The GMC Yukon has long reigned supreme alongside its Chevrolet Tahoe sibling as one of the most popular full-size SUVs on the market. Although sales of ladder-frame haulers have fallen off in comparison to the proliferation of car-based crossovers, the Yukon's role as a do-everything ride that can tow, transport, and ferry up to eight passengers regardless of what terrain might present itself has kept it a favorite among a dedicated cadre of customers.
- HOW DOES THE 2020 CHEVROLET SILVERADO LT TRAIL BOSS COMPARE AGAINST THE RAM 1500 REBEL? — How much of an improvement does the Trail Boss make over the Silverado's more affordable off-road kit, and is it still a reasonable compromise in daily driving? And just how well does the Silverado Trail Boss compete against the established Ram Rebel? I spent a week behind the wheel to find out the answers to these questions.