|2015 Toyota Sequoia||2015 Chevrolet Tahoe|
|381-hp 5.7-liter V-8||Engine||355-hp 5.3-liter V-8|
|401 ft.-lbs.||Torque||383 ft.-lbs.|
|120.1 Cubic Feet||Maximum Cargo Capacity||94.7 Cubic Feet|
2015 Toyota Sequoia vs 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe
If you need a large vehicle with a comfortable interior, loads of storage space and substantial towing capacity, then you might want to consider a full-size SUV. While large SUVs are not as popular as they were back in the 1990s, industry leaders such as the Sequoia and Tahoe have remained popular. Their continuing success is due to several factors, including truck-like towing capacity, ability to haul as many as eight people and fantastic amenities. To help you choose the best full-size SUV for you, here is a 2015 Toyota Sequoia vs 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe comparison.
When it comes to cost, the Sequoia has a slight edge with almost a $2000 cheaper MSRP. While the Tahoe has an advantage of being a newer design, they still stack up fairly equally when it comes to options and amenities. Where the Sequoia really pulls ahead is its performance. Not only does it have a more powerful engine with superior horsepower and greater torque, it also has quick acceleration, which is impressive when considering the Sequoia's large size.
Off-Road Ability of the 2015 Toyota Sequoia
If you want to take the Sequoia off the beaten path, the Sequoia is highly capable when it comes to off-road ability. It can handle rough terrain much more than the norm for this class of vehicle. Also, with its available Multi-Mode 4WD system, the Sequoia's off-rough ability is even further enhanced by getting maximum traction on slippery or uneven surfaces. While both vehicles have decent handling and have an overall smooth ride, the Tahoe does not even come close to matching up when it comes to off-road performance.
People who choose a full-size SUV usually want a vehicle in which they can store a lot of their stuff, and the Sequoia far exceeds the Tahoe in this regard. It has a massive interior and has more than 25 cubic feet of maximum storage capacity than the Tahoe. When taking into account price, performance, off-road ability, and storage capacity, the superior choice is very clear: The 2015 Toyota Sequoia. Come visit us here at Tuscaloosa Toyota and see why it’s the best option when it comes to a full-size SUV. Also, be sure to check out our no-cost non-factory Lifetime Warranty, which extends the standard Powertrain Warranty for any new Toyota model.