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Driver Space - Yukon vs Tahoe

bgunbgun Member Posts: 1
edited March 2014 in GMC
I've been cross-shopping the 2007 Yukon and Tahoe. While they are virtually identical on paper, minus badging and some exterior and interior appearances, my question is very specific to driver space. I'm 6'9" so leg room is a real issue. For whatever reason, despite the specs, the pedals in the Tahoe driver space seem to be adjust deeper than those of the Yukon. Has anyone experienced this? If the steering wheel telescoped it wouldn't be an issue, but since it is fixed the pedals become a bit more important.

It could just be mental, but if anyone has any insight I'd greatly appreciate it.


  • ahightowerahightower Member Posts: 539
    It ought to be the same. Dumb question, but did either of them have power adjustable pedals? Maybe the power pedals at their lowest/farthest setting offer a bit more space than the fixed pedals.
  • beach15beach15 Member Posts: 1,305
    There is ZERO difference. The only actual differences between a Chevy and GMC is trim selection inside and out, and options packaging slightly. If both have the same pedal setup (either power or not power), there is no difference whatsoever.

    So, you're either imagining it, there's an issue with the pedals in a vehicle you tested, or a combination of both.
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