GMC

The GMC Yukon Hybrid is the counterpart to the Chevy Tahoe Hybrid. And the GMC Sierra Hybrid is the sibling to the Chevy Silverado Hybrid. GMC appears to be the only brand with an exclusive focus on fuel-sipping vehicles for people who work for a living and tow big things on the weekend. That’s great. We think there’s a strong case to be made for a line of more efficient work machines. The big question is how long General Motors will stand behind them. The Yukon and Sierra are impressive—although a bit pricey—attempts at a greener versions of the segment. But based on GM’s publicity onslaught for the Chevy Volt plug-in hybrid, it makes the GMC hybrids seem like “also-rans.” Production numbers have been low, and yet the full-size SUV and pickup traditionally are huge sellers. Let’s see if GM begins pumping up the volume.

Name Combined MPG Technology MSRP Available
2013 GMC Yukon Hybrid

2013 GMC Yukon Hybrid

The sister vehicle of the Chevy Tahoe Hybrid. Features same fuel economy in a better appointed package.
21 MPG Hybrid $52800 Now
2013 GMC Sierra Hybrid

2013 GMC Sierra Hybrid

The GMC Sierra Hybrid pickup truck’s gasoline V8 engine and electric motors provide a not-insignificant 33-percent increase in overall fuel mileage.
21 MPG Hybrid $40300 Now