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2020 Chevrolet Suburban vs. 2020 GMC Yukon XL: Compare SUVs

2020 Chevrolet Suburban

The Chevrolet Suburban and GMC Yukon XL are pure America. We want what we want, when we want it, and a lot of it. These full-size three-row SUV provide plenty of everything, including space, power, equipment, and options.

Essentially the same vehicle, the 2020 Chevrolet Suburban and 2020 Chevrolet Yukon XL share a platform, engines, transmissions, and an interior layout that provides the same space for passengers and cargo. The only real differences are prices and equipment. Both earn a TCC rating of 6.0, but is there a distinguishing factor that makes one better than the other?

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2020 Toyota Camry vs. 2020 Chevrolet Malibu: Compare Cars

There are flashier sedans on the lots, for sure, but when it comes down to size, price, features, and fuel economy, the 2020 Toyota Camry and 2020 Chevrolet Malibu should be tops on the list for value. That’s a rare commodity among cars, even rarer among new cars.

But we’re guessing you already know that. If you’ve landed on the Malibu and Camry, you’ve walked right past crossovers that cost thousands more and headed to where our bread is buttered for well under $25,000. 

So which sedan is best for your smart money? The Camry nets a 7.0 TCC Rating,

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2020 Chevy Blazer vs. 2020 Chevrolet Equinox: Compare Crossover SUVs

2020 Chevrolet Blazer

Some decisive new-car shoppers make it look easy to pick a new crossover SUV. This size, that brand—done.

What happens if you’re wishy-washy like us—when the usual factors aren’t so clear-cut? Allow us to introduce you to the quandary that exists between the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer and 2020 Chevy Equinox.

The 2020 Blazer ushers in a new turbo-4 in this, its second year on sale after a 2019 revival. It earns a TCC Rating of 6.2 out of 10. The 2020 Equinox shares that 6.2 rating, though it’s smaller on the outside, older, and to some eyes,

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Updated 2022 Chevrolet Traverse, Equinox crossovers delayed until 2021

The updated Chevrolet Traverse and Equinox crossovers won’t arrive in the fall as 2021 models, the automaker announced Wednesday. Instead, the revised version of Chevy’s popular two- and three-row crossovers will be delayed until next year, when they’ll be sold as 2022 models.

Both delays are likely due to the coronavirus-related shutdowns, although a spokesman for Chevy didn’t immediately confirm the reason.

The 2022 Equinox and Traverse debuted in February and March, respectively, and featured new styling updates, additional standard safety equipment, an RS trim level (Equinox), and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility (Traverse). No new powertrain combinations

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