Ideal for transporting families and going on an off-road adventure, three-row SUVs offer plenty of space, bold exterior designs, and impressive capabilities. The Chevy Tahoe, Traverse, and Suburban are great for keeping the family comfortable on a road trip, yet these vehicles also come with dependable designs and impressive power. In short, for those looking for true versatility, see what three-row Chevy SUVs have to offer.
 SUBURBAN
The Chevrolet Suburban is a full-size SUV that comes with 121.7 cubic ft. of cargo space, comfortable seating for up to nine people, and up to 14 charge points to keep your mobile devices charged. Other great features include available built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi to turn your Suburban into a mobile hotspot, as well as an available customizable Driver Information Center. Rear-seat entertainment includes available Blu-ray® playback, two screens, an HDMI connector, wireless headphones, and two additional USB ports. In short, the Suburban has a design you can trust, inside and out.
TAHOE
The Tahoe is Chevrolet's best-selling three-row SUV, thanks to a bold exterior design, durable engineering, high-tech features, and a comfortable interior. With 94.7 cubic ft. of cargo space, the Tahoe will provide plenty of room for all your storage needs. The dashboard can easily be customized to include hidden lockable storage, a Driver Info Center, an 8-inch diagonal touchscreen display, Wi-Fi connectivity, and more. Plus, you can also opt for leather trim and premium stitching and craftsmanship, which wraps you in comfort as you drive.
TRAVERSE
The Traverse is a mid-size SUV with 98.2 cubic ft. of storage, as well as advanced safety and a comfy interior design. Named among the 10 Best Family Cars by Parents and Edmunds, the Traverse has it all. Features include an available Dual SkyScape® two-panel power sunroof, Enhanced Smart Slide® seats, and available heated and ventilated front seats. There's space with comfortable seating for up to eight people, and hidden storage will keep your valuables concealed under the floor in the rear storage compartment. Check out the Chevy Traverse today.