Wagoneer vs. Chevy Tahoe
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At a Glance: Wagoneer vs. Tahoe

From taking the kids to the fields for practice and birthday parties to heading out on family road trips, the Wagoneer and the Chevy Tahoe are SUVs that offer plenty of space for you and your family’s travels around Lexington, Richmond, or Georgetown, KY and beyond.

Which one also has the features and performance you’re looking to gain in your new SUV? Below, our Freedom CDJR of Lexington team takes a side-by-side look at the Wagoneer vs. Chevy Tahoe to find out!



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While both vehicles have three rows of seating and a great amount of space for you and your passengers to enjoy, they differ in which specific features they have inside their cabins.

Poised and Premium

With the Wagoneer, luxury comes standard. That’s because this model includes the following:

  • Ventilated front seats
  • Heated front seats
  • 12-way power-adjustable seats
  • 3-zone automatic climate control
  • Capri leather-trimmed seats

In the Tahoe, these features are either not available or only available in certain trim levels.

Look Above

The Wagoneer is available with a Tri-Pane Panoramic Sunroof too! With a glass pane over all three rows of seating, everyone can enjoy the breeze, welcome in natural light, or enjoy a star-studded sky.

Chevy Tahoe drivers can also enjoy nice weather thanks to an available Panoramic Power Sunroof. However, the difference between the Wagoneer’s and the Tahoe’s feature is another pane of glass. The Tahoe only has two panes compared to the Wagoneer’s three.


Looking for premium technology and a comprehensive infotainment suite? Slide into the driver’s seat of the Wagoneer or the Chevy Tahoe to experience it firsthand.

Easy Connections

The Wagoneer comes with a next-generation Uconnect® 5 NAV system, which is built into its 10.1-inch touchscreen. This includes both a standard navigation system as well as wireless smartphone connectivity.

Inside the Chevy Tahoe, you’ll have the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System. While this does feature wireless smartphone connectivity too, it doesn’t have a built-in navigation system and features a smaller, 8-inch display.

Entertainment for the Whole Crew

Who says only the driver can enjoy crisp digital views? With available Rear-Seat Entertainment systems in both SUVs, your kiddos in the second row can stay entertained on long commutes. Unique to the Wagoneer’s system is Amazon Fire TV, which allows:

  • Video streaming
  • Game play
  • Music
  • Other downloadable programs

While the kids enjoy their entertainment, your copilot can also get in on the fun with the available 10.25-inch Passenger Interactive Display in the Wagoneer. From changing navigation to controlling music, your copilot can get in on the journey in their own way. A similar screen is unavailable on the Tahoe.


The Wagoneer and the Chevy Tahoe are more than just family SUVs. They’re also rugged and robust companions. Thanks to capable performance features and plenty of brute strength, these SUVs can take on any adventure.

Tackle Tough Turf

With both SUVs, you’ll have standard 4-wheel drive, which helps you gain improved traction when road conditions change due to the weather. However, if you’re taking your SUV along unpaved trails, the Wagoneer is more equipped to do so.

With its available Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System, you’ll be ready to take on tough terrain. Just switch to Rock, Sand/Mud, Snow, or whichever mode you need, and the Wagoneer will adjust the systems and engine performance to keep you in control wherever you go. The Chevy Tahoe goes without a drive mode select system.

Tow, Tow, Tow Your Toy

Taking the boat or RV out for your annual family vacation? While the Tahoe can tow up to 8,400 pounds, the Wagoneer can pull even larger equipment. It has a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 pounds. Depending on the size of what you’re towing, you may need the extra strength of the Wagoneer.

Time to Make Your Choice

Ready to pick out your new SUV? With its luxurious interior design, high-tech features, and strong towing capabilities, the Wagoneer might be the more suitable option for you and your family’s journeys around Lexington, Richmond, or Georgetown, KY.

To get a closer look and get behind the wheel for yourself, contact us today at Freedom CDJR of Lexington to schedule a test drive in the Wagoneer!

All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new 2023 Wagoneer for yourself are conveniently available right here online.

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