General Motors the American multinational giant is one of the world’s largest automakers. Some of the world’s most popular cars are rolled out from the GM stable. Listed below are briefs about a few models of SUV’s manufactured under the brand name “Chevrolet” and “Cadillac”.
The Chevrolet Suburban is an old war horse from the stables of General Motors. Today it is the most preferred car in its segment and caters to families that require additional seating capacity (the suburban can seat nine comfortably) or cargo capacity. The Chevrolet Suburban full size SUV has two versions on offer. They are the Suburban light version (1500) that comes in three variants the LZ, LT and LTZ trims all equipped with V8’s and priced in the range of $39500 to $45000. The heavy duty version (2500) is available in the LS and LT trims and would cost around $40000 to $47000.
The Cadillac Escalade according to many is an opulent luxury truck kind of large SUV. High on looks with extravagant interiors it is clearly targeted at buyers who don’t mind a display of ostentation. The powerful 6.2 liter V8 makes about 403 horse power and around 417 pound feet of torque. The Escalade could cost from an average price of around $63000 to about $85000 for the high end variant.
The Chevrolet Tahoe is an affordable SUV. A budget model SUV if it can be called one, the Tahoe is a rugged all terrain vehicle that can seat nine people comfortably. The Tahoe comes in two versions. The four wheel drive LS, LT and LTZ 1500 and the two wheel drive LS, LT and LTZ 1500 variants. The vehicles come with a V8 5.3 liter engine that makes about 320 horse power and around 335 pound feet of Torque the Tahoe is priced affordably in the price range of $36000 to $53000 depending on the trim.
The Chevrolet Traverse has a number one ranking in the mid size SUVs’ in comparison with twenty three other vehicles in its category. The Traverse is available in six trims and is priced between $28000 and $ 38000 making it an extremely affordable option. The traverse is the best in a mid size cross over version in terms of space.