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2018 suv comparisons

will201will201 Member Posts: 28
edited April 2018 in General
What has more trunk and seating space between the 2018 Tahoe, 2018 Durango, and 2018 Traverse. 2nd row bench seats are needed.

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    Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Member Posts: 64,481
    edited April 2018
    See correct links below!
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    will201will201 Member Posts: 28
    Thank you 
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    Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Member Posts: 64,481
    edited April 2018
    will201 said:

    @Mr_Shiftright looks like those are 2011s. Any insight on the 2018s?

    Ah, posted wrong links. Let me try this again, sorry!

    2018 Traverse Vs. 2018 Durango

    2018 Tahoe vs. 2018 Durango

    2018 Tahoe vs. 2018 Traverse
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    will201will201 Member Posts: 28
    Thank you. 
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    busydadof4busydadof4 Member Posts: 24
    Any suggestions on what 3 row suv can be leased for under $600 a month? And the 3rd row is actually a 3rd row? This is for my wife- I have a 2018 Traverse, so I don't want her to have the same car. Any other suggestions?
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    kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 243,487

    Any suggestions on what 3 row suv can be leased for under $600 a month? And the 3rd row is actually a 3rd row? This is for my wife- I have a 2018 Traverse, so I don't want her to have the same car. Any other suggestions?

    None, most likely. Maybe, the Durango, if you go for a low option model.

    Or, a minivan.

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    texasestexases Member Posts: 10,791
    Pilot too small?
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    busydadof4busydadof4 Member Posts: 24
    edited April 2018
    I looked at all the links above, not sure what the original poster decided but we stuck with the minivan. Although my wife wants an SUV, the price for the larger sizes are just crazy - the Expedition Max, Yukon XL, Suburban. Just not worth it.
    The Pilot, Highlander, Atlas, etc. just don't give us the trunk space we need. We do a lot of long car rides for traveling, we need that extra space a minivan gives us.
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    texasestexases Member Posts: 10,791
    Perfect choice. Hard to beat a minivan.
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    berriberri Member Posts: 10,165
    You'll save a bunch when you buy that comparably equipped minivan as well. We owned several when our kids were in school and college. Don't really need AWD in most snow because of weight and balance in them.
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