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Does anyone have any information about whether the duramax will be offered in the Yukon XL / Suburban?

I always heard the last generation couldn't accomodate the Allison Transmission, and GM wouldn't put any other trans behind the Duramax... but haven't heard if, with the new models, GM was going to offer the D-Max for the Yukon 2500.

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with the new diesel coming out in the next few years, i thought trucks and suv's were thier main target for those engines...

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yeah, I've read about the new "light duty" diesel that isn't out yet. That's what you're talking about, right?

I was wondering if GM was going to use the Duramax in the 'burb or Yukon 3/4 ton models, now or anytime soon....

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yeah, I've read about the new "light duty" diesel that isn't out yet.  That's what you're talking about, right? 

I was wondering if GM was going to use the Duramax in the 'burb or Yukon 3/4 ton models, now or anytime soon....

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the duramax production is capped...

they originally assumed less demand so yes... it was part of the orignal product plan to put the duramax in the silverado seirra suburban yukon...

i beleive there is a plan for a smaller desiel to go into them...

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