Compare the Dodge Durango & the Chevy Tahoe in Green Brook

If finding a capable and tough SUV in Green Brook has been on your to-do list for a while, you're in luck. We offer our Piscataway customers a great variety of SUVs, particularly models like the Dodge Durango with a sporty exterior and the heart to match. While the old adage, "appearances can be deceiving," may be true in some cases, it isn't where the Durango is concerned. This SUV looks like a sporty SUV with the generous interior space and comfort features you love, and it delivers. How does it compare against the Chevy Tahoe? Which of these SUVs can give you the features you love for the price you can afford?

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Durango vs. Tahoe: Performance

You don't become America's Most Powerful Standard Three-Row SUV with Best-In-Class available towing without having some serious power. The Dodge Durango has earned these honors by offering up to 8,700 pounds with its 6.4-liter HEMI® SRT® V8 engine that produces 475 horsepower for a zero to 60 mph time in 4.4 seconds.

With the Chevy Tahoe, your maximum towing capacity is up to 6,600 pounds. The Tahoe also produces just 455 horsepower, and its zero to 60 mph rating is 5.7 seconds. The Tahoe also fails to offer an option for engines that isn't a V8, so you have no other options to consider. In the Durango, your options include a V8 and a V6 engine option.

Durango vs. Tahoe: Safety

For the Chevy Tahoe, expect to pay upwards of $49,000 MSRP, while the Durango can start at about $30,795 MSRP. Despite the Durango offering many features that the Chevy SUV doesn't, you'll still pay less for the Dodge SUV. Standard safety features in the Dodge Durango include ParkView Rear Back-Up Camera, an Enhanced Accident Response System, and on the next trim, you get even more. The Chevy Tahoe will not only cost you more, but it won't offer the same base features that the Durango can offer you.

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Durango vs. Tahoe: Interior

For the same price as the Tahoe base trim, Dodge Durango drivers can upgrade to the R/T trim and get an 8.4-inch touchscreen display with Alpine® premium sound system, and heated first and second rows. To get heated seats, the Tahoe will expect a lot more from you, since this isn't available on the base trim. In order to get heated rear seats, Chevy Tahoe drivers will need to spring for the top trim level, which could run you more than $59,740.

Durango vs. Tahoe: Cargo Space

Behind the third row, the Dodge Durango offers you up to 17.2 cubic feet, and when you fold that row, you'll upgrade that capacity to 47.7 cubic feet. The Chevy Tahoe offers 15.3 cubic feet behind the third row, and 51.7 cubic feet when you fold that row. For maximum capacity, the second and third rows fold to reveal up to 84.5 cubic feet in the Durango, and up to 94.7 cubic feet in the Tahoe.

Durango vs. Tahoe: Connectivity

While both models offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on the base trim, the Chevy Tahoe will cost you significantly more for these features. The base Dodge Durango gives you a seven-inch display, while the base Tahoe offers an eight-inch touchscreen display, but it costs you more for that privilege. The Durango also offers a Uconnect 4C NAV system, while the Tahoe uses the Chevrolet Infotainment System.

If you're interested in learning how you can make America's Most Powerful Standard Three-Row SUV yours, contact our team and tell us that you're ready to test drive the Dodge Durango.

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    130 Route 22 West
    Green Brook, NJ 08812

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