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Searching for a 3-row SUV that can take on Richmond traffic and keep all your passengers comfortable on long rides? Both the 2020 Chevy Suburban and the GMC Yukon are packed with the infotainment features and amenities Berea drivers are looking for. Each offers unique advantages, but which is the best match for your needs and budget? Join Jack Burford Chevrolet as we compare the Chevy Suburban vs. GMC Yukon dimensions, performance, and more.
In terms of head- and legroom, you and your passengers won’t experience much difference between the Yukon and Suburban cabin dimensions: both provide 43 inches of headroom and 45 inches of legroom in the front row. If you have lots of gear to pack for weekends at Winchester, you’ll appreciate the extra cargo volume inthe Suburban. Interior dimensions for both models is as follows:
Looking for ways to maximize space for passengers as well as cargo? Contact our team to compare the Chevy Suburban vs. GMC Yukon XL and explore space-saving cabin solutions from Chevy.
Standard V8 engines help both the Suburban and Yukon meet the most challenging of conditions on the road in Irvine. When it comes to engine upgrades, the Chevy Suburban vs. GMC Yukon Denali top trims come equipped with the same muscular 420-hp 6.2L EcoTec3 V8:
Families in Winchester are looking for the latest advancements in safety technology, and both the Suburban and the Yukon come well-equipped. Still, some high-tech safety systems that come standard on the Suburban aren’t available (or only come with a trim upgrade) on the Yukon:
Need to know more about key features on the Chevy Suburban vs. GMC Yukon XL or Chevy Suburban vs. GMC Yukon Denali? We’re happy to answer your questions about the 2020 Chevy lineup. We can also help you compare the Suburban vs. Tahoe or other Chevy models. Ready to explore pre-owned vehicles or save on your next vehicle purchase with new vehicle specials? Connect with the team at Jack Burford Chevrolet today to learn more!