If you're looking for a vehicle with more space, power, and long-lasting quality to accompany your growing family, the lineup of Chevy three-row SUVs will put an end to your search. Check out our guide on the Chevy three-row SUVs below and visit us at Parks Chevy Richmond to test-drive the model that stands out to you.
As you explore the latest selection of Chevy vehicles with third-row seating, you'll find some great options in both our new and used inventories. These options include:
Our Chevy vehicle experts will discuss what can make one of the Chevy three-row SUVs your ideal ride and help you discover our Chevy SUV lease deals at your leisure.
|2023 Chevy Traverse
|2023 Chevy Tahoe
|2023 Chevy Suburban
|# of Seats
|7 / 8
|7 / 8
|7 / 8 / 9
|EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy (City/Highway)
|Maximum Towing Capacity (Pounds)
|Maximum Cargo Space (Cubic Feet)
Drivers looking for a third-row seating SUV typically have passenger and cargo room as a priority. Here's a closer look at the lineup's specs and measurements.
The most agile of all Chevy three-row SUVs, the Traverse balances immense spaciousness with a street-ready size. It also balances vigorous power with fuel-sipping efficiency.
As the smallest sibling among Chevy three-row SUVs, the Traverse is the most efficient in the family. Specifically, a new three-row Chevy Traverse can deliver an EPA-estimated 18/27 MPG (City/Highway),1 which is a very impressive figure for the three-row midsize SUV segment. But more impressively, it matches that efficiency with powerful yet smooth performance.
The Traverse has a standard 3.6-liter V-6 engine with 310 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque. This power gets you up to speed with effortless acceleration and allows you to tow up to 5,000 pounds4 with your Chevy Traverse. A nine-speed automatic transmission and FWD come standard; AWD is available.
A Chevy Traverse with third-row seats will be able to fit up to eight occupants with spacious accommodations, offering you the following passenger and cargo dimensions:
The Tahoe is a classic name among SUVs that stands for big passenger accommodations and bigger power. How big are the specs behind the Chevy Tahoe? Let's take a look.
The Tahoe is the first of three Chevy three-row SUVs to offer standard V-8 power. Specifically, it has a 5.3-liter V-8 with 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque. However, a 6.2-liter V-8 and a 3.0-liter Duramax Turbo Diesel are available; both make 460 pound-feet of torque.
The 2023 Chevy Tahoe can deliver an EPA-estimated 15/20 MPG (city/highway)2 with its standard 5.3-liter V-8 engine. Plus, it can tow up to 8,400 pounds4 to conquer almost any family hauling task. A 10-speed automatic transmission and RWD come standard; 4WD is available.
As a result of its rugged build and full-size body, the Tahoe steps up the space that Chevy three-row SUVs can offer, providing the following dimensions:
The longest-running automotive nameplate in history, the Suburban is the biggest of all Chevy three-row SUVs. Let's jump inside and take a closer look at this family icon.
The Chevy Suburban completes the family of Chevy three-row SUVs by acting as a bigger sibling to the Tahoe. It offers the same three engines: A standard 5.3-liter V-8, an available 6.2-liter V-8, and a 3.0-liter Duramax Turbo Diesel. Engine outputs are the same as in the Tahoe, too.
The Suburban has a maximum towing capacity of 8,300 pounds4 and up to an EPA-estimated 15/19 MPG (City/Highway).3 As with the Tahoe, a 10-speed automatic transmission and RWD are standard, and 4WD is available.
The Chevy Suburban takes its place over the Tahoe with unparalleled interior room, namely a massive cargo-space increase. As the only nine-seat SUV from Chevy, the Suburban provides:
Whether you're looking to learn more about the safety features of a Traverse or need a Chevy service center to help maintain your current Chevy SUV, you'll find everything you need at Parks Chevrolet Richmond. Visit us today to explore the full lineup of Chevy three-row SUVs and get expert help finding the best model for your lifestyle.
The lineup of Chevy seven-passenger SUV models includes the Chevy Traverse, Tahoe, and Suburban. The Traverse is a midsize crossover SUV that can seat seven or eight passengers. The Tahoe is a full-size body-on-frame SUV that brings hefty V-8 power and seats for seven or eight. The Suburban is even bigger, offering up to nine seats.
The Chevy Equinox does not have a third row, but the similarly sized Chevy Traverse does. The Equinox and Traverse have similar specs, but their similarities end past the second row. The Traverse offers a third row, letting it fit seven or eight occupants; the Equinox is a five-seat SUV. The Traverse will also offer more cargo room.
Yes, the Chevy Traverse can be yours as a seven- or eight-passenger SUV. Its three rows of seats will provide ample stretching room for everyone on board while its midsize footprint maintains exterior agility. The Traverse offers up to 98.2 cubic feet of cargo room, 33.48 inches of third-row legroom, 38.41 inches of second-row legroom, 41 inches of first-row legroom, and many more spacious specs.
Among all Chevy vehicles with third-row seating, the Chevy Suburban is the biggest option. This long-running model is a full-size body-on-frame powerhouse, offering standard V-8 power and incredible space for all passengers, including up to nine seats, 144.7 cubic feet of cargo room, 36.7 inches of third-row legroom, 42 inches of second-row legroom, and 44.5 inches of front legroom.
The Chevy Suburban is a full-size three-row SUV that can be configured to have nine seats. Specifically, you can turn the Suburban into a nine-seat SUV by selecting the LS trim and adding the optional front-row bench seat. This bestows your Suburban with three seats in each of the three rows. And for the front row, this bench seat will offer 40/20/40 split-folding capabilities.
1EPA-estimated 18 MPG city/27 highway (FWD) with 3.6L V6 engine.
2EPA-estimated 15 MPG city/20 highway (2WD) with 5.3L V8 engine.
3EPA-estimated 15 MPG city/19 highway (2WD) with 5.3L V8 engine.
4Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the Trailering section of the Owner's Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.