Hey Everyone! Today I'll be showing you the 2018 Chevy Tahoe & New Chevy Traverse. This video has been requested by a subscriber so I put a quick vlog together showing you both of these great vehicles by Chevrolet. Just remember these are two vary different vehicles and one is much higher priced than the other. At the end of the day its your choice on which Chevy you like best!

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Comments

    • Dirtmaniacs
      Dirtmaniacs

      Can you put two car seat on the 3rd row?

      about 2 days ago
    • CharlestonCarVideos
      CharlestonCarVideos In reply to Dirtmaniacs

      I'd say you probably can. if it has the car seat tie downs on the 3rd rows it should be possible, but it will be a pain in the butt having to strap the kids in each time. I know you might not want to, but you might want to look at getting a mini van if you have more than 3 kids?!? Also the Ford Flex has a pretty good size seating area in the 3rd row. VW Atlas also has alot of room. I've driven both VW Atlas & Tahoe for many years. If you do a search on my channel you'll see some Versus reviews I did with the Tahoe & Atlas. Might be worth taking the time to watch them. Let me know. Thanks, Chad

      about 1 day ago
    • Dirtmaniacs
      Dirtmaniacs In reply to Dirtmaniacs

      For the tahoe?

      about 2 days ago
    • Joel the God
      Joel the God

      What car do you drive?

      about 9 days ago
    • Ziggy Doom
      Ziggy Doom

      Traverse is more family friendly. A better option for men that dont want to drive vans. It has more storage and rear legroom than the Tahoe but the Tahoe has way more power for towing and hauling. Hard to get all the features in a Traverse when you go for bench seats though. SUV's are favoring the 7 passenger over the 8. Missing some safety features too. Where is the Lane Keep Assist version with bench seats!?!?!?!

      about 2 months ago
    • Joseph Freeman
      Joseph Freeman

      I've worn New Balance 991's for 10 years. I vote Tahoe all day

      about 7 months ago
    • Boris Boyanov
      Boris Boyanov

      It's so nice seeing green grass and trees one week before Thanksgiving!  As the summer nears its end, one cant help thinking of the cold and gloomy season ahead, us in the higher latitudes...On point: I think Traverse would achieve all what people REALLY buy Tahoe for equally well or even better, I mean haul kids to school, granny to church and carry a ton of weekly supplies from the grocery.  In fact, it is even more spacious inside than Tahoe - I think - as it is not body-on-frame and independent suspension all round... Tahoe is certainly much more capable off-road, but one has to ask if this capability will ever be used before making the purchasing choice.  If we're talking of 2WD, to me the choice of a Traverse is obvious.  In 4WD realm, one would go for Tahoe if s/he can be convinced they are  imminently to do a Camel Trophy or something... (some suggestible persons may be to easily convinced, of course)

      about 8 months ago
    • ashley philipp
      ashley philipp

      The sticker on the Tahoe was on the passenger front window you had rolled down... just saying.

      about 9 months ago
    • Peter Blair
      Peter Blair

      The Traverse is larger than a Tahoe in third row leg room and cargo space. The Tahoe is slightly wider but the Traverse more than beats it in overall comfort. The only vehicle with larger cargo space in any companies line up for SUVs and crossovers is the Suburban body style. And now you know.

      about 10 months ago
    • CharlestonCarVideos
      CharlestonCarVideos In reply to Peter Blair

      Hey Peter, thanks for watching several of my videos and sending me some comments! I hope your enjoying some of my reviews. Chad

      about 9 months ago
    • danellelittles
      danellelittles

      Thank you. This video was very helpful. And your New Balance shoes look good on you!

      about 10 months ago
    • AI3xZJE41 YT
      AI3xZJE41 YT

      Chad that's the top of the line Tahoe tell people who really want just get the bass model for around 50,000

      about 11 months ago
    • AI3xZJE41 YT
      AI3xZJE41 YT

      Luke u really don't want a Q7 Junk. Audi engine have a belt that has to be changed at 90,000 miles.chevy small block V8 have a chain that never pops like a belt.plus if u like me the do it yourself any Chevy thats rear wheel drive with the V8 is easy to work on.

      about 11 months ago
    • AI3xZJE41 YT
      AI3xZJE41 YT

      Chad u can't put front wheel drive junk up against rear wheel drive plus the Traverse is not worth the money they want for it

      about 11 months ago
    • Truth Will Out
      Truth Will Out

      I'm on my 3rd Travers lease but when it ends I'm going to either the Tahoe or the Suburban. If ONLY they would make the Traverse with a bench type seat for the second row!!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Dan C
      Dan C In reply to Truth Will Out

      Maybe because it's only the LS model !? But it is still AWD

      about 1 year ago
    • Truth Will Out
      Truth Will Out In reply to Truth Will Out

      Great Dan, thanks!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Dan C
      Dan C In reply to Truth Will Out

      Kkg51 they do! I have one, 2018

      about 1 year ago
    • CharlestonCarVideos
      CharlestonCarVideos In reply to Truth Will Out

      I could of swore I seen a Traverse with a 2nd row bench style seat before, but maybe I'm wrong. Good question tho and now I'm wanting to know lol.

      about 1 year ago
    • Grant Fuller
      Grant Fuller

      V8

      about 1 year ago
    • BeefLax47
      BeefLax47

      Can u do a third row leg room review for the Tahoe and the Suburban

      about 1 year ago
    • Mojo Risin
      Mojo Risin

      WTF is GM thinking on these over inflated prices. Especially considering half the price will depreciate in 2 years.

      about 1 year ago
    • Dustin Walden
      Dustin Walden In reply to Mojo Risin

      Nicholas Oliveira still trying to figure out why a Tahoe is 3X the price as the 2000 Tahoe.

      about 1 year ago
    • Ryan Doonan
      Ryan Doonan

      That was a very nice traverse I think I saw heated seats in the traverse but very nice and I remember I think the window sticker was on the passenger side window very amazing 😀

      about 1 year ago
    • Saul Ramos
      Saul Ramos In reply to Ryan Doonan

      Ryan Doonan the Traverse has heated seats I can confirm since I own one

      about 1 year ago
    • Luke W
      Luke W

      The Chevy Traverse is a great car only I'm just not a fan of the rear styling. The Tahoe is really expensive even the base model but for that price you can get a fully loaded Audi Q7. A Traverse is a great car have to put on the list of options for a purchase next year however I still believe the Chevy SS Sedan MY17 is the car I will choose if I can find one. With the New Balance shoes I laughed, recently bought a pair as the Nike store in Charlotte was closed so I bought New Balances instead and so far impressed.

      about 1 year ago
    • AI3xZJE41 YT
      AI3xZJE41 YT In reply to Luke W

      Luke W Luke go with the ss don't buy any front wheel drive junk.to me if it's front wheel drive it's junk no matter what Brand.

      about 11 months ago
    • Lucas Johnstone
      Lucas Johnstone In reply to Luke W

      Luke W my argument would be the cost of repairing the vehicle is cheaper on a Chevy then any Audi any day. Plus it lasts longer.

      about 1 year ago
    • ktpinnacle
      ktpinnacle In reply to Luke W

      Agree. If you want to do serious towing, you want the truck and its body on frame. I personally like to have the space in my truck, but man it's getting expensive to drive this type of vehicle. Better get that SS before they're gone. One of the best jobs ever by Chevy.

      about 1 year ago
    • Luke W
      Luke W In reply to Luke W

      i agree price is really the only thing those two cars are based on Audi is built on a car platform and Chevy is built on a truck platform

      about 1 year ago
    • ktpinnacle
      ktpinnacle In reply to Luke W

      A fully loaded Q7 runs the same as the Tahoe Premier and Denali. It's smaller inside and out, tows less, but will get you a couple more MPG with the 3.0 over the 5.3. Interior design is a personal thing - pick it. I like both. The AUDI exteriors leave me cold, however.

      But anyway you slice it, these larger SUVs are a cash machine for these companies. The 2018 version of the Yukon I bought in 2001 is almost twice the MSRP. Just a pile of profit built into these things since they began marketing them as SUVs. The cost of the loaded High Country Traverse looks like a bargain in comparison.

      about 1 year ago