The 2020 Impala has the most room of current Chevy sedans. Its rear seat sports a generous 39.8 inches legroom. The Malibu is also a good pick, with a comparable 38.1 inches of room in the back.
SUVs – Equinox and Traverse
For two-row SUVS, the Equinox offers the most space to stretch out, with 39.9 inches of rear legroom. But the 2020 Blazer and 2021 Trailblazer have almost similar numbers with 39.6 inches and 39.4 inches in the rear, respectively.
When it comes to three-row SUVs, you have a few options. The 2021 Tahoe has 34.9 inches of third-row legroom, while the 2021 Suburban provides 36.7 inches. Both have a spacious second row with 42 inches. If you have older kids to haul around, the 2020 Traverse features a balanced 38 inches in both rows.
Trucks – Silverado
Both the 2020 Silverado 1500 and 2020 HD trucks have large back seats, making them perfect for tall passengers. Choose the crew cab configuration for a luxurious 43.4 inches of legroom for riders to relax in.
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As the pickup truck segment becomes more and more competitive, choosing the right model for your needs is harder than ever. If you’ve been looking for a vehicle to tow your camper or boat around Ft. Meade, consider the Chevrolet Colorado or Silverado 1500, both of which were recently named to U.S. News’ list of the best trucks for towing.
The 2020 Chevrolet Colorado
With a maximum towing capability of 7,700 pounds (the best of any compact pickup), it’s no surprise that U.S. News included the 2020 Colorado on its list. The publication’s editors were particularly fond of its available 2.8-liter turbocharged diesel engine, which puts out an impressive 181 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. Alongside its remarkable performance, it also provides an EPA-estimated 30 mpg.
The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
You’d have to look extremely hard to find anything U.S. News’ Nick Kurcsewski didn’t love about the 2020 Silverado 1500. Dubbing it “the light-duty truck towing champion,” he raved about its 13,400-pound towing capacity, 15 available camera views, and ability to crush the Ford F-150’s specs by triple-digits.
To learn more about two of U.S. News’ favorite vehicles for towing, contact us at Greenwood Chevrolet to schedule a test drive of the 2020 Colorado or Silverado 1500.
*EPA-estimated 20 MPG city/30 highway for Colorado 2WD with available 2.8L Turbo-Diesel engine. Based on segment-exclusive features. Excludes other GM models.
In 2019, iSeeCars.com analyzed over 15.8 million cars in 2019 to find out the longest-lasting car brands. Their sole aim was to figure out which makes and models had made it past the 200,000-mile mark on the odometer. The study then ranked vehicles and brands by the percentage of vehicles still on the road after 200,000 miles.
iSeeCars CEO Phong Ly cited “truck-like SUVs and pickup trucks” as the vehicles most likely to last. This category includes the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, the Chevrolet Tahoe and the Suburban.
Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban
Both of these full-size SUVs ranked high on the chart of overall highest-ranking vehicles. The Chevrolet Suburban came in with a rating of 4.9 percent, while the Tahoe was 4.1 percent. The industry average for vehicles overall was only 1 percent, and the industry average for all SUVs was even smaller at 0.9 percent.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500
In the Longest-Lasting Pickup Truck category in the iSeeCars study, 2.0 percent of the vehicles still on the road after passing the 200,000-mile mark are Chevy Silverado 1500 models. This puts them above the segment average of 1.8 percent.
When it came to the longest-lasting brands, Chevrolet came in at 4th place overall, with 1.4 percent of vehicles on the road over 200,000 miles hailing from the bowtie brand.
If you’re in the market for a long-lasting vehicle, browse our online inventory at Greenwood Chevrolet.