2018 Chevrolet Tahoe vs. 2018 GMC Yukon Comparison | Kelley Blue Book

The Chevrolet Tahoe is spacious, luxurious and plenty powerful for hauling the family anywhere you need to go. It was named one of the 12 Best Family Cars of 2018 by KBB and also won the 2018 5-Year Cost-to-Own Award for full-size SUVs. Several seating configurations are possible, including a new 5-passenger model new for 2018, all the way up to 9-passengers with three rows of bench seating. The GMC Yukon looks a lot like its Chevrolet cousin and has offers a long list of great technology and safety features that are sure to please families. The Yukon combines luxury and muscle, with two separate V8 engines to choose from, that result in a smooth and comfortable ride.

Chevrolet Tahoe Advantages

Quick responding Chevy MyLink infotainment system, Teen Driver Technology safety feature can restrict audio and speed

GMC Yukon Advantages

Safety Seat Alert provides vibration pulse alerts in driver’s seat, Magnetic Ride Control that continually adjust the shock absorbers to changing road conditions

Similarities

Almost identical specs and powertrains offered are the same, including having the best highway fuel economy in its class.

Final Recommendations

These full-size SUV cousins are practically identical except for the badge on the grill; each with a few unique features on the inside. If you’re in the market for a big, people mover with lots of space, these will do the job. The Tahoe’s slight edge is its lower price tag.

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