Forget the Chevy Tahoe, the 2023 Chevy Traverse may be the best SUV

2022 Chevrolet Traverse driving on an empty road

The Chevy Traverse gets lost between the modern two-row Blazer and the giant Tahoe, but it offers plenty of value and utility in the crowded three-row world. It’s a bit smaller than a Tahoe, but that smaller size doesn’t mean it’s short on capability compared to its big brother. The Traverse has about as much cargo-hauling capacity as a new Tahoe, it can tow quite a bit, and you can get every available option for $20,000 less. But is it worth it?

The Tahoe is on a newer platform than the Traverse

The Traverse platform has been around for a while. The second-generation Traverse launched for 2018, while the Tahoe was new for the 2021 model year. Basically, if you like a super traditional SUV with a big V8 (or diesel), truck-like steering and handling, choose the Tahoe. If you prefer a more car-like ride and don’t plan on venturing too far into the woods, go for the Traverse.

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