really awful
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
7 / 0
Average Mileage:
57,395 miles

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2007 GMC Yukon body / paint problems

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2007 GMC Yukon Owner Comments (Page 2 of 2)

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problem #7

Jan 102011

Yukon 8-cyl

  • 60,000 miles


The chrome metal covering the inside door handles of my Yukon has cracked and is separating from the handles. The sharp chrome metal injured my wife by slicing her finger as she exited the vehicle. My daughter previously ran her foot on the back seat handle and cut her foot. This is an obvious material defect and should be replaced. This is dangerous.

- Pearland, TX, USA

problem #6

Oct 162010

Yukon 8-cyl

  • 26,000 miles
2007 GMC Yukon. Interior door handles. Chrome plating has separated from the top where handle is grabbed. Handles are razor sharp and care is needed when opening door otherwise injury can and has occurred.

- Ganado, TX, USA

problem #5

Jul 082010


  • 73,000 miles
My 2007 GMC Yukon's chrome interior door handles are peeling. A co-worker of mine and girlfriend were cut by the peeling plastic. Both cuts were deeper than your average paper cut and was very painful. This was on the passenger door, then I was cut on the driver side weeks later. GMC would not replace as my mileage is out of warrant and they wanted to charge $340 to replace!! extremely costly and frustrating for a dangerous non-repair.

- Costa Mesa , CA, USA

problem #4

Oct 202007


  • 16,000 miles


Silver covering where it was molded is peeling and has cut me & my wife. This has happened too all inside doors.

- Fairhope, AL, USA

problem #3

Dec 122009


  • miles
The silver covering on the interior door handles of my 2007 Yukon's handles are peeling and are very sharp at the seams. My entire family has cut ourselves several times since we have owned the vehicle.

- Pasco, WA, USA

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problem #2

Mar 172009


  • miles
Interior chrome plated door handles, plastic chrome splits open and cuts your hand.

- Clinton, MD, USA

problem #1

Apr 132006

Yukon 4WD 8-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 0 miles
The 2007 GMC Yukon (& Chevrolet Tahoe) have a significant safety issue / problem. The instrument panel gauges are very difficult to read in daytime (sunny) conditions. Most of the time during daytime/sunny conditions you can not just glance at the instruments to read them. You have to divert your attention for 2 or more seconds to read even the speedometer (which is the easiest to read). All instruments have black faces with white markings which are legible day and night. The daytime visual recognition problem is caused by two conditions. 1) red pointers that do not contrast sufficiently with the black face, and 2) dash cowling shading/glare problems. The top left (oil pressure) and top right (voltmeter) gauges are almost impossible to read. The bottom right (coolant temp) is very difficult to read. The bottom left (fuel) is difficult to very difficult to read. The two large center gauges (tachometer and speedometer) are difficult to read. The time / attention required to read these gauges presents a safety hazard because you are forced to take your eyes off the road for far to long (or to keep repeating looks to check your speed / fuel status. I recently purchased a 2007 GMC Yukon and made a road trip of 3000 miles. Two drivers had similar visual recognition problems during daylight hours. I gave up even trying to read the other gauges. If you wear sunglasses you have to lift them to try to read the gauges. There are some things you can do (have to do) to lessen the visual recognition problem. 1) turn on the lights (provides minimal dash illumination), 2) close the sunroof shade (reduces glare), and 3) place you hand above your eyes as a shield (reduces glare). I have talked to the GM dealer to see if they could increase illumination on the dash lighting. (that would still mean I would have to turn on the lights during the day.) bottom line - they can't do anything - they can't re-engineer GM's product.

- New Bern, NC, USA

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