I'll preface this by saying that I drive an '07 Yukon and there is no fricking way I would pay $60k+ for a GM SUV. But you'd be a fool to opt for the old body style to save $5k. Technologically they are miles apart. My Yukon feels ancient inside compared to the 2015 Tahoe I've ridden in. And since you're a man it also has way more horsepower and better gas mileage. The depreciation on either one is absolutely terrible - with the 2014 it's bad because you're buying a 7 year old design at new-car prices; with the 2015 you're buying the first model year right when it comes out, so you're not getting the $10k+ off sticker discount that you could get a year from now.
This post was edited on 6/16 at 9:08 pm