The Chevy Tahoe Takes on the Competition

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The Chevy Tahoe is a powerful SUV that has been impressing fans of the class all over the place. SUVs seem to be in constant competition over which model can showcase more luxury and capability while still keeping their price reasonable. Fortunately, the Tahoe does a great job of offering high-end luxury at an excellent value. Read on for more information about how the Chevy Tahoe competes with the GMC Yukon.

If you need a vehicle that gives you some serious power, then check out the Chevy Tahoe's 355 horsepower base engine. The Yukon's base engine offers a similar amount of power, but the Tahoe's 5.3-liter V8 engine offers a best-in-class V8 fuel economy of 23 mpg highway. With available upgrades, the Tahoe can also tow up to 8,600 lbs., while the Yukon puts up a slightly less 8,500-lb. maximum.

If you need some luxury, then both vehicles have you covered with standard and available features, but the Tahoe has been getting some serious recognition for its easy-to-use multimedia system. If you need a powerful, intuitive touchscreen, then go with the Tahoe's excellent, smart device compatible media system.

The Tahoe has a serious leg up when it comes to value with an MSRP of $47,500, meanwhile the Yukon starts at $49,100. Plus, upgrades on the Yukon generally cost much more than the Tahoe, with a maximum starting price of $71,900. The Tahoe seems to do everything the Yukon does with ease, frequently outperforming it at a better value.

If you want to learn more about the differences between these two models, then head over to our comparison page and explore the features and specs of both models.

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