Friday, July 29, 2011
Traverse Tops the Best 7 Passenger
The durable 2011 Chevrolet Traverse offers a car like ride with the cargo capability of a SUV,
and handling similar to that of a minivan. This fact makes it a good choice for
many drivers. This SUV is available in three different trims, LS, LT and LTZ.
With room for eight, split-folding second and third row seats, this SUV has room
to transport just about anything. The high quality of the interior, state of the
art technology, and top of the line safety features, make this vehicle a top
pick in this category. It earned a five-star rating for overall performance.
The fuel economy for this vehicle is listed with 17mpg city/24mpg highway.
Consumers give this SUV 4.5 out of 5 stars (www.edmunds.com). The Traverse starts at a
price of $29,000. This makes the Chevy Traverse the first choice on the best 7 passenger SUV list.
2011 Chevrolet Tahoe is another winner and takes
the second spot on the best 7 passenger
SUV list. It ranks first among 8 other comparable SUVs. This large
vehicle offers towing capacity, room for nine, and good fuel economy for its
size. The Tahoe offers quality, state of the art technology, as well as many
amenities. Safety features include traction and stability control and many more.
The average base price of this large SUV is between $37,000-$53,000.The Tahoe
has a V-8 engine and is listed with a fuel economy of 15 mpg city/ 21mpg
highway. Owners give this SUV 8.9 out of 10 (U.S. News Scores). This vehicle is
perfect for large families requiring a lot of
Coming in at a close third on the
best 7 passenger SUV list is the more spacious 2011 Chevrolet Suburban. This SUV is the second most affordable large SUV on the market today. The Suburban has excellent
towing abilities as well as massive cargo
room. The passenger room is equally large and
ideal for very large families and long road trips. The interior features
the same top of the line technology as the Traverse and Tahoe. Optional features
include a navigation system and a power rear hatch. The Suburban received
excellent scores in government crash tests while
the standard stability control system lessens the likelihood of
rollovers. The average price for a 2011 Suburban is listed between
$41,000-$55.000 with a fuel economy of 15mpg city/21mpg highway. The overall
score is 8.7 of 10 (U.S. News Scores). The
Suburban is an excellent choice for large families and all their towing
Chevrolet SUVs offer reliability, comfort, safety,
style, and quality. Excellent warranties and the high customer satisfaction
rates are among the best in the auto industry.