Need a roomier SUV for your family? The new, redesigned Chevy Tahoe was a finalist for U.S. News and World Report’s Best Large SUV for Families award because of its abundant cargo and passenger space, excellent safety and reliability ratings, and available family-friendly features. Steve Rayman Chevrolet has the new Tahoe for sale in Smyrna, GA. We’ve taken the time to compare the Tahoe to the Ford Expedition, GMC Yukon, and Toyota Sequoia to show how it stacks up against other three-row SUVs.

Cargo Space

Chevy Tahoe

If you’re looking to get a large SUV, you’ll want one that has ample room for your sports gear, camping supplies or shopping bags. Roswell, GA drivers will like that the new Chevy Tahoe has 25.5 cubic feet of cargo space behind the third row, 72.6 cubic feet behind the second row, and a total of 122.9 cubic feet of cargo room with both rows folded.

Ford Expedition

The new Ford Expedition only has 104.6 cubic feet of total cargo space in its standard model and 121.5 cubic feet in the Ford Expedition Max.

GMC Yukon

The new GMC Yukon has the same amount of total cargo space as the Chevy Tahoe. However, the Tahoe comes standard with a power-folding third row and a hands-free power liftgate to make managing cargo easier. You’ll have to pay more to get those features in the Yukon.

Toyota Sequoia

The new Toyota Sequoia has only 120.1 cubic feet of total cargo space.

Reliability

Chevy Tahoe

People in Marietta want an SUV they can count on to start and run each day. The new Chevy Tahoe earned a near-perfect five out of five predicted reliability rating from J.D. Power.

Ford Expedition

The new Ford Expedition has an average predicted reliability rating of three out of five.

GMC Yukon

The new GMC Yukon has a below-average predicted reliability rating of 2.5 out of five.

Toyota Sequoia

The new Toyota Sequoia has an above-average predicted reliability rating of four out of five, but it can’t match the Tahoe’s five-out-of-five dependability score.

Infotainment System

Chevy Tahoe

A good infotainment system makes getting around in slow Atlanta traffic more enjoyable. The new Chevy Tahoe’s Infotainment 3 Plus system is a cinch to operate while driving, with a large 10.2-inch touch screen, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and a built-in Wi-Fi hot spot.

Ford Expedition

The new Ford Expedition has a smaller, 8-inch standard touch screen. It comes with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration, but it’s not wireless like the Tahoe’s setup.

GMC Yukon

The new GMC Yukon’s infotainment system is nearly identical to the Tahoe’s.

Toyota Sequoia

The new Toyota Sequoia’s infotainment system only comes with an 8-inch standard touch screen. It also has some hard-to-reach physical controls.

Engines/Performance

Chevy Tahoe

A large SUV needs a powerful engine for quick acceleration and strong towing capability. Cartersville drivers will appreciate that the new Chevy Tahoe has three motors to choose from, including a standard 355-horsepower V8 engine, an available 420-horsepower V8 motor, and an optional 277 horsepower turbodiesel engine.

Ford Expedition

The new Ford Expedition comes with a twin-turbocharged V6 engine that puts out 375 horsepower in base models, but only 400 horsepower in its top trim.

GMC Yukon

The new GMC Yukon has pretty much the same engine options as the Chevy Tahoe.

Toyota Sequoia

The Toyota Sequoia offers only one engine. Its 381-horsepower V8 motor is weaker than the Tahoe’s available 420-horsepower engine.

Jeep Grand Cherokee L

A new three-row Jeep Grand Cherokee L model will be coming soon. This SUV will seat up to seven people, but it will have only 84.6 cubic feet of total cargo space.

Test Drive the New Chevy Tahoe at Steve Rayman Chevrolet

The new Chevy Tahoe is bigger and better, with an improved infotainment system and more standard driver assistance features. Contact Steve Rayman Chevrolet to find out more about it, or stop by our dealership and test drive the new Tahoe today.

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