LTZ 4x4
2008 Chevrolet Tahoe

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Engine Engine 5.3LV-8
MPG MPG 14 City / 19 Hwy
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2008 Tahoe Overview

The next-generation Chevy Tahoe lineup was rolled out for the 2007 model year and it's among the best of the full-size SUVs.For 2008, a new gas-saving Hybrid model has been added.

The Chevy Tahoe has been the best-selling vehicle in its category since 2001, accounting for more than 25 percent of all full-size SUV registrations in the United States, and it's easy to understand why.It hauls loads of passengers and gear, it can pull heavy trailers, and it holds up well to abuse and rugged terrain.

Tahoe can accommodate five to nine passengers, and the first two rows offer spacious, even luxurious, seating.Fold the second and third rows of seats and the Tahoe offers nearly 109 cubic feet of cargo space.A properly equipped Tahoe is rated to tow up to 8,200 pounds; based on the same platform as the Suburban and Silverado, the Tahoe makes a stable rig for pulling trailers.

With its rigid chassis, the Tahoe feels taut, the steering is precise and responsive, and the brakes are responsive and smooth.The ride quality is generally smooth, even with the available 20-inch wheels.At highway speeds, the Tahoe is quiet and comfortable.

The 5.3-liter V8 engine features GM's Active Fuel Management technology to save gas, but you can't even feel it switching between four and eight cylinders whether on the highway or around town.The 5.3-liter V8 provides all the power most customers will need, and there's a less-expensive 4.8-liter V8 available.

The new Hybrid model works seamlessly.It offers more power and drastically improved fuel economy compared to other models, but tows about a ton less.The Hybrid model provides an answer for those who want the size and capability of a full-size SUV without the poor fuel economy.

Autotrac four-wheel drive is available, a full-time system that can be left engaged on dry pavement and includes low-range gearing.It comes in handy for rugged terrain and serious snow and ice, but it's also handy for yanking a boat up a slippery boat ramp or pulling a trailer out of a silty, sandy parking area, those momentary needs that can be so crucial.

Be they families with children, empty-nest couples with active lifestyles or individuals who simply have cargo to carry securely or trailers to tow, some people really do need the all-weather practicality of a full-size sport utility vehicle.For those who need to tow, the Tahoe is a fine choice.Those who don't tow might be better served by one of the big, new crossover SUVs, such as the GMC Acadia.
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2008 Tahoe Overview

The next-generation Chevy Tahoe lineup was rolled out for the 2007 model year and it's among the best of the full-size SUVs.For 2008, a new gas-saving Hybrid model has been added.

The Chevy Tahoe has been the best-selling vehicle in its category since 2001, accounting for more than 25 percent of all full-size SUV registrations in the United States, and it's easy to understand why.It hauls loads of passengers and gear, it can pull heavy trailers, and it holds up well to abuse and rugged terrain.

Tahoe can accommodate five to nine passengers, and the first two rows offer spacious, even luxurious, seating.Fold the second and third rows of seats and the Tahoe offers nearly 109 cubic feet of cargo space.A properly equipped Tahoe is rated to tow up to 8,200 pounds; based on the same platform as the Suburban and Silverado, the Tahoe makes a stable rig for pulling trailers.

With its rigid chassis, the Tahoe feels taut, the steering is precise and responsive, and the brakes are responsive and smooth.The ride quality is generally smooth, even with the available 20-inch wheels.At highway speeds, the Tahoe is quiet and comfortable.

The 5.3-liter V8 engine features GM's Active Fuel Management technology to save gas, but you can't even feel it switching between four and eight cylinders whether on the highway or around town.The 5.3-liter V8 provides all the power most customers will need, and there's a less-expensive 4.8-liter V8 available.

The new Hybrid model works seamlessly.It offers more power and drastically improved fuel economy compared to other models, but tows about a ton less.The Hybrid model provides an answer for those who want the size and capability of a full-size SUV without the poor fuel economy.

Autotrac four-wheel drive is available, a full-time system that can be left engaged on dry pavement and includes low-range gearing.It comes in handy for rugged terrain and serious snow and ice, but it's also handy for yanking a boat up a slippery boat ramp or pulling a trailer out of a silty, sandy parking area, those momentary needs that can be so crucial.

Be they families with children, empty-nest couples with active lifestyles or individuals who simply have cargo to carry securely or trailers to tow, some people really do need the all-weather practicality of a full-size sport utility vehicle.For those who need to tow, the Tahoe is a fine choice.Those who don't tow might be better served by one of the big, new crossover SUVs, such as the GMC Acadia.Hide Full Review