Gallery: 2022 GMC Yukon 4WD AT4

Up close with the off-road version of GM’s middle child.

GMC’s 2022 Yukon 4WD AT4 is an attractive vehicle, if a bit underdone for what we expect from an off-roader.Ross Ballot
Bigness abounds. This is a large vehicle.Ross Ballot
The trailer hitch receiver and wiring hookup points usually live beneath a plastic cover. Once that’s removed, attaching a trailer is relatively easy.Ross Ballot
GM’s ubiquitous screen and camera setup works as well here as everywhere else.Ross Ballot
Big truck means big everything.Ross Ballot
The rear suspension’s lower arms are an inevitable trouble point in rock crawling situations. They’re beefy, but sit very low and are likely to get hung up.Ross Ballot
The air suspension components are enormous.Ross Ballot
All of the vital controls are completed with buttons and knobs, the way it should be.Ross Ballot
Good-looking wheels, but bigger than we consider ideal for off-road use.Ross Ballot
Second row passengers are treated to their own HVAC controls, heated seats, and plenty of charging points.Ross Ballot
Second-row passengers also get headrest-mounted entertainment screens.Ross Ballot
The push/pull button/lever shifter works, but we much prefer traditional options or even the dial found in some Ram products.Ross Ballot
We recommend a drop hitch for lower trailers when pulling with the AT4.Ross Ballot
The trailering, mode, and 4WD controls are easy to use but live somewhat out of the driver’s sightline as they’re to the left of and below the steering wheel. We do like that the trailer brake controller icon lights up when a trailer is attached.Ross Ballot