New 2018 Chevy Tahoe Anniston, AL

Comparing the Chevy Tahoe vs. the GMC Yukon

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If you're in the market for a new SUV, then you know just how many options there are. Every manufacturer seems to be putting a lot of their bandwidth into creating competitive SUVs, so it can be tough to know where to start. At Cooper Buick Chevrolet, we want to help our customers make informed choices when they are purchasing a new vehicle in Anniston, so we broke down the differences between one of our favorite SUVs, the Chevy Tahoe, and a new GMC Yukon. Read on to learn more about these two vehicles and make the decision for yourself on an SUV near Gadsden, AL.


Each vehicle's standard engine offers an impressive 355 horsepower and 383 lb.-ft. of torque so either one will give you plenty of power for a fun drive. The Chevy Tahoe does have a lean, responsive drive that seems to keep you a little more engaged on the road than the GMC Yukon.


The Chevy Tahoe really pulls ahead in terms of safety features and ratings, the standard Rear Vision Camera on the Tahoe integrates perfectly with the MyLink touch-screen, while the GMC utilizes its own touch-screen system that isn't as intuitive as the Tahoe's.


Maybe the biggest difference between the two vehicles is the starting price, the Tahoe has an MSRP of $47,450, while a new GMC Yukon starts at $49,100. When you consider that some of the upper trim levels of the GMC Yukon cost up to $71,900, it's a vehicle that can get very pricy quickly. We like the value of the Chevy Tahoe near Oxford, AL.

The Winner: A New Chevy Tahoe

We think that both the Tahoe and the Yukon are good SUVs, but it seems that the Tahoe does everything the Yukon does at a much lower price tag. A new Chevy Tahoe is definitely the better vehicle by our counts near Jacksonville, AL. Feel free to stop by our dealership today for a test drive, just a quick drive over from Pell City.