2016 Dodge Durango vs 2016 Chevy Tahoe
When you need space, and you're looking for a powerful, comfortable ride for you and all your passengers, there are few cars that can stand up to the 2016 Dodge Durango. Not only does the Dodge brand have a history and reputation for powerful vehicles, but the recent advances in automotive technology have made cars more comfortable and convenient than ever before. Today we'll compare the 2016 Dodge Durango vs 2016 Chevy Tahoe to give you an idea of which vehicle has the features and capability you need.
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|2016 Dodge Durango||VS||2016 Chevy Tahoe|
|3.6-Liter V-6||Base Engine||5.3-Liter V-8|
|19/27 MPG City/Hwy||Fuel Economy||16/23 MPG City/Hwy|
|17.2 cu. ft.||Cargo Space (With All Seats Up)||15.3 cu. Ft.|
|Driver and Front Passenger||Heated Front Seats||Optional|
Durango vs Tahoe Engine Specs and Interior Features
When it comes to power and fuel efficiency, the 2016 Durango and 2016 Tahoe each have their own strengths. The Chevy Tahoe comes standard with a large and inefficient 5.3-liter V-8 engine that offers a slightly higher towing capacity and payload rating. However, the smaller, but still incredibly versatile, 3.6-liter V-6 on the Durango gets nearly 30 miles per gallon on the highway and still offers up to 6,200 lbs. of towing capacity and a maximum payload of 1,330 lbs. With the Durango, all you really miss out on is more trips to the gas station.
Considering the larger size of the Tahoe, it's no surprise that it offers a larger amount of cargo space with all the rear seats folded down. However, when you have a car full of passengers, you'll actually find that the Durango offers more room for cargo than the Tahoe. This means that it's easier to pack up the family for a road trip in the Durango, as you don't have to sacrifice seats to get a little extra cargo space. Both vehicles have comfortable seating, but only the Durango has a standard sunroof and heated front seats. The luxurious appeal of the Durango doesn't stop there either. Additional convenience and safety features like a rear view camera and parking assist come standard.