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Looking for the best large SUVs on the market? Your first move should be to compare Chevy SUVs and GMC SUVs! Both brands are made by GM, so Port Huron-area buyers will find plenty to love about either lineup’s largest model. Our head-to-head GMC Yukon vs. Chevy Suburban comparison covers the specs you should know before you buy.
Capability and cargo space are the chief concerns for large SUV buyers in Marysville, but there are relatively few differences to write home about when you compare the Suburban vs. Yukon engine lineups. Both SUVs offer two V8 options and a turbodiesel. Here’s a look at the specs:
If you’re looking for maximum cargo space at a great value, it’s hard to beat the Suburban. It offers up to 144.7 cubic feet of cargo space with all seats folded flat — more than any other large SUV on the market, except for the Yukon XL. Opting for the XL raises your starting cost to $61,995 MSRP.
Starting at $58,795 MSRP, the Suburban simply offers more versatility for a lower price. It can be optioned in a 9-seat configuration (if you don’t mind sacrificing some cargo space) and comes standard with dozens of intuitive driver-assistance systems and connectivity features, including GM’s Super Cruise hands-free driving system and Chevy MyLink technology.
If you have room in your budget for a luxury upgrade, there are a few points to keep in mind when comparing the Suburban vs. Yukon. The Suburban interior is handsomely appointed with quality materials like soft-touch plastics, padded upholstery, and metal-look trim accents. That said, luxury-minded drivers may find the GMC Yukon interior more satisfying; the higher cost buys you a wider array of standard premium amenities to enjoy on the road in Lake Port, including a 10.2-inch touchscreen.
Our team is standing by to assist whenever you’re ready to get behind the wheel of a brand new Suburban, so stop by our dealership in Fort Gratiot today. Still doing research? We’re happy to help you compare Chevy SUVs! Learn more about the midsize Chevy Blazer or compare pre-owned 2021 Suburban vs. Yukon models.