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2015 Chevy Suburban vs Ford Explorer vs GMC Yukon vs Cadillac Escalade

It's a crowded field when it comes to large SUVs. Luckily, Pohanka Chevrolet in Chantilly, Virginia, has prepared a competitor comparison to see how the 2015 Chevy Suburban stacks up against the 2015 Ford Expedition, 2015 GMC Yukon, and 2015 Cadillac Escalade.

When it comes to engine size, the Suburban's 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 beats the Expedition's 3.5L V6 right out of the gate. And on fuel economy, the Suburban and Yukon have 16 city/23 highway miles per gallon (MPG)1 versus the Expedition's 16 city/22 highway MPG1 and the Escalade's 15 city/21 highway MPG1. The Suburban also features the largest fuel tank capacity and is able to take flex-fuel, meaning less stopping at the pump and more flexibility when you do. The Suburban, Yukon, and Escalade also come standard with all-season tires, while it's merely an option on the Expedition, and the Suburban has stylish polished alloy wheels, a step above the alloy wheels of the Expedition and Yukon.

All vehicles but the Expedition feature OnStar services, offering emergency service and stolen vehicle tracking and assistance, a feature that may be very important at the right time. For comfort and style, the Suburban is wider than the Expedition and has a greater wheelbase than both the Expedition and Yukon. When it comes to head room, the Suburban beats the Expedition on front head room and both the Expedition and Yukon in rear head room.

The 2015 Chevy Suburban again beats the Ford Expedition with daytime running lamps and the optional lane departure warning isn't even available on the Expedition. The third row seat allows the Suburban to seat nine, while the Expedition can only seat eight.

But the best features here are the powertrain and drivetrain limited warranty, roadside assistance program, and maintenance warranty. With the powertrain and drivetrain limited warranty, your 2015 Suburban's engine, transmission, and front-wheel drive system are covered for 100,000 miles. With the Escalade you get coverage for 70,000 miles and only 60,000 for the Expedition. The roadside assistance program offers you emergency towing, lockout service, flat tire changes, fuel delivery, and jump starts no matter where you are, and you get 100,000 miles for that as well. Just as before, the Escalade only offers 70,000 and the Expedition only gives you 60,000. The two-year maintenance nets you an oil change and new oil filter, a four-wheel tires rotation, and 27-point vehicle inspection, something even offered on the Yukon or Escalade.

You know who to choose in the large SUV market; so stop by our new vehicle showroom at Pohanka Chevrolet in Chantilly today and check out the all-new 2015 Chevy Suburban.

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