While there are several attractive SUVs on the market currently, there's one that stands tall above the competition, the new Chevy Tahoe. With robust powertrain options and many advanced tech features, there's no doubt that every drive will be more exciting when you're behind the wheel of this new Chevy SUV in Norwood, MA.

While the new Tahoe is appealing, Boch Chevrolet understands the importance of comparing models before making your final decision. To help with this, we have broken down the differences between the new Chevy Tahoe and its rivals, the Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander, and Kia Telluride.

First, let's look at the Chevy Tahoe vs. the Honda Pilot. These two models differ starkly in terms of infotainment features. The Chevy Tahoe comes with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot, each adding convenience to your travels. All of these features are not standard on the new Honda Pilot.

Next, we compare the Chevy Tahoe vs. the Toyota Highlander. These two models are strong contenders, but the Chevy Tahoe wins in the powertrain category. The Toyota Highlander comes with one engine option, a 295-horsepower V6. The Chevy Tahoe comes with three engine options, topping out at an impressive 420 horsepower.

Another worthwhile comparison is the Chevy Tahoe vs. the Kia Telluride. While the new Telluride comes loaded with safety features, it does not have the Teen Driver system included with the new Chevy Tahoe. The Teen Driver technology found on the Tahoe allows you to set audio and speed limits for new drivers, ensuring safe driving at all times.

To learn more about how the new Chevy Tahoe outshines its rivals in terms of performance and technology, visit Boch Chevrolet to talk with one of our knowledgeable team members today.

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