The Chevrolet lineup boasts incredible options for your life on the go. Because of the incredible versatility, though, it might be overwhelming deciding what Chevy model to choose. If you’re waffling between a Chevy SUV or Chevy truck, this guide should help you decide.
How many seats do you need? What about cargo space? If you need plenty of passenger and cargo space, choose a Chevy SUV over a Chevy truck. The 2021 Chevy Blazer seats five and provides a maximum cargo space of 64.2 cubic feet with rear seats down. For more room, move up to the Chevy Tahoe or Suburban, both of which offer maximum seating for nine. Maximum cargo space measures 144.7 cubic feet in the Suburban and 122.9 cubic feet in the Tahoe.
If you need a vehicle that can cater to your outdoor adventures and work needs, then a Chevy truck like the Colorado, Silverado 1500, or Silverado HD models might serve you better than a Chevy SUV. When properly equipped, for example, the Silverado 1500 can tow a maximum 13,300 pounds while still providing a well-equipped, tech-savvy cabin.
With an increase in capability, there’s typically a decrease in fuel efficiency ratings. If you prioritize a fuel-efficient performance, you should choose a Chevrolet SUV.
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