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2021 Chevrolet Tahoe

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When you need a vehicle that does absolutely everything – towing, carrying lots of people and cargo, going off-road, providing a civilized drive with some style – it’s hard to top a full-size SUV. And for decades, the two that have ruled the segment have been the Chevrolet Tahoe and its longer sibling, the Chevrolet Suburban. For 2021, they have been completely redesigned along with their GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade cousins, giving it the opportunity to out-do the Ford models, which were redesigned a couple of years ago. The result of this overhaul is a pair of full-size SUVs that compare far more favorably to their main competition, the Ford Expedition. Much of this has to do with the Tahoe and Suburban's new independent rear suspension, which has dramatically expanded passenger and cargo space, while improving driving manners as well. The availability of a magnetic air suspension really turns up the dial in that regard. There's also an expanded engine lineup: joining the pair of mostly carryover V8 engine options is a torquey and fuel-efficient turbodiesel inline-six. The interior is arguably the Tahoe and Suburban's strongest area relative the Ford, as it has a more premium design and higher-quality materials than Chevy's trucks. The Expedition, by contrast, is a mirror image of the previous-generation F-150. In total, the new Chevy Suburban and Tahoe are great choices for the buyer who needs maximum people and cargo capability while also being pleasant to drive. What's new for 2021? The Tahoe and Suburban have been completely redesigned for the 2021 model year. What are the Tahoe and Suburban interiors and in-car technology like? Unlike past generations, the 2021 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban get an interior that’s completely different than the Silverado pickup truck. That’s a very good thing. The dashboard is fairly low, and cascades downward in a gentle curve. It’s thinner and has nice brightwork and detailing that both makes the cabin feel airier and more premium than that of the Silverado. Controls are generally easy to use, from the responsive and simple standard 10-inch infotainment touchscreen to the large buttons and knobs in the center stack. The push-button transmission is a little odd, but is easy to adjust to. The Tahoe and Suburban can be loaded up with some pretty nifty technology, too. An 8-inch screen can be added to the instrument panel, and Chevy even offers a 15-inch color head-up display. Rear passengers can be treated to dual 12.6-inch entertainment screens. They can even allow rear passengers to find and select destinations to be put into the SUV’s navigation. Every row of seats is quite spacious, though the seats themselves aren’t the best. The front row is a bit flat and firm, and each row of seats back adds to that flatness and firmness. Video ID: 5ec7fd4e-f87b-3580-8f9e-2d552ea4e91c Playlist ID: Autoplay: false Mute: false Continuous: false Ad Key: Ad Value: How big are the Tahoe and Suburban? Being full-size SUVs, the Tahoe and Suburban are sizable, and the redesign made …
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When you need a vehicle that does absolutely everything – towing, carrying lots of people and cargo, going off-road, providing a civilized drive with some style – it’s hard to top a full-size SUV. And for decades, the two that have ruled the segment have been the Chevrolet Tahoe and its longer sibling, the Chevrolet Suburban. For 2021, they have been completely redesigned along with their GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade cousins, giving it the opportunity to out-do the Ford models, which were redesigned a couple of years ago. The result of this overhaul is a pair of full-size SUVs that compare far more favorably to their main competition, the Ford Expedition. Much of this has to do with the Tahoe and Suburban's new independent rear suspension, which has dramatically expanded passenger and cargo space, while improving driving manners as well. The availability of a magnetic air suspension really turns up the dial in that regard. There's also an expanded engine lineup: joining the pair of mostly carryover V8 engine options is a torquey and fuel-efficient turbodiesel inline-six. The interior is arguably the Tahoe and Suburban's strongest area relative the Ford, as it has a more premium design and higher-quality materials than Chevy's trucks. The Expedition, by contrast, is a mirror image of the previous-generation F-150. In total, the new Chevy Suburban and Tahoe are great choices for the buyer who needs maximum people and cargo capability while also being pleasant to drive. What's new for 2021? The Tahoe and Suburban have been completely redesigned for the 2021 model year. What are the Tahoe and Suburban interiors and in-car technology like? Unlike past generations, the 2021 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban get an interior that’s completely different than the Silverado pickup truck. That’s a very good thing. The dashboard is fairly low, and cascades downward in a gentle curve. It’s thinner and has nice brightwork and detailing that both makes the cabin feel airier and more premium than that of the Silverado. Controls are generally easy to use, from the responsive and simple standard 10-inch infotainment touchscreen to the large buttons and knobs in the center stack. The push-button transmission is a little odd, but is easy to adjust to. The Tahoe and Suburban can be loaded up with some pretty nifty technology, too. An 8-inch screen can be added to the instrument panel, and Chevy even offers a 15-inch color head-up display. Rear passengers can be treated to dual 12.6-inch entertainment screens. They can even allow rear passengers to find and select destinations to be put into the SUV’s navigation. Every row of seats is quite spacious, though the seats themselves aren’t the best. The front row is a bit flat and firm, and each row of seats back adds to that flatness and firmness. Video ID: 5ec7fd4e-f87b-3580-8f9e-2d552ea4e91c Playlist ID: Autoplay: false Mute: false Continuous: false Ad Key: Ad Value: How big are the Tahoe and Suburban? Being full-size SUVs, the Tahoe and Suburban are sizable, and the redesign made …
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$60,400 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Engine 5.3L V-8
MPG 16 City / 20 Hwy
Seating 8 Passengers
Transmission 10-spd w/OD
Power 355 @ 5600 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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