Compare the GMC Yukon to the Chevy Tahoe

When you need a vehicle that's both rugged and family-friendly, you can count on models like the GMC Yukon and Chevy Tahoe to bring plenty of power, capability, and peace of mind to the table. If you're looking for a large SUV that can carry passengers and haul cargo with ease, you'll find a lot to love about these two options. So, which one is right for you? Feel free to take a look at our overview to see how the GMC Yukon and Chevy Tahoe compare.

GMC Yukon vs. Chevy Tahoe at a Glance

  • Starting MSRP: $51,000 vs. $49,000
  • Estimated Gas Mileage: Up to 15 city/20 highway mpg vs. up to 15 city/20 highway mpg
  • Max Cargo Space: 122.9 cubic feet vs. 122.9 cubic feet
  • Third-Row Legroom: 34.9 inches vs. 36.7 inches

Interior Space

Both the Yukon and the Tahoe offer three rows of comfortable seating that can accommodate up to eight passengers. You'll find plenty of space across all three rows, though the Tahoe offers a smidge more legroom in the rearmost row. Otherwise, the dimensions are the same. You can also take advantage of huge cargo holds on both models.

The Yukon and Tahoe both offer a maximum of 122.9 cubic feet, which is plenty of room for camping gear and other items that you might need to bring with you on your various adventures around Simi Valley and Calabasas. If you need more room, you can spring for the Yukon XL, which expands the cargo hold.

Interior Features

While the Yukon and Tahoe offer roomy interiors that offer plenty of comfort, you might find yourself picking one over the other based on the materials you find inside. The Tahoe is well-crafted and easy to enjoy, but you might turn to the Yukon if you're looking for a more luxurious drive. The Yukon grows even more sophisticated as you climb the trim ladder, offering features like rich leather upholstery and wood accents.

Technology Features

You'll discover that the Yukon and Tahoe are well-equipped to keep you connected and entertained during your trips around Camarillo. Both of these large SUVs come with a 10.2-inch touchscreen that makes it easy to access your favorite features. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto also come standard, and they're wireless to help you stay connected without the need for pesky cables. Additionally, you have access to available features like a Wi-Fi hotspot and numerous USB ports to help you keep your devices charged.


The Yukon and the Tahoe come with a powerful 5.3L V8 engine that can produce up to 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque, granting you plenty of the strength you need to power your adventures. You can also opt for a robust 6.2L V8 engine that turns horsepower up to 420 and pound-feet of torque to 460. The Yukon and Tahoe also have the same max towing capacity, weighing in at up to 8,400 pounds.

The Yukon is also designed to help smooth out your ride. So, if you're looking for a more refined driving experience, the Yukon features an excellent suspension system that helps it glide over bumps.

Safety Features

Both SUVs come with a host of safety features to inspire greater peace of mind as you travel around Oxnard. Driver-assist features like Automatic Emergency Braking and Forward Collision Alert help to make your daily drive a little easier. With advanced technology features lending a hand to help you stay safe, you can drive with more confidence.

Learn More

Find out more about what sets these two exceptional SUVs apart when you visit us at our dealership serving Thousand Oaks today! We'll be happy to arrange a test drive so that you can try these models out for yourself.

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