SPECIAL MODEL Summit White 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe Premier 6.2 V8 RST Edition Model *NAVIGATION, *SUNROOF/MOONROOF, *REAR VIEW CAMERA, 4WD, Jet Black Leather. TAHOE
Most people shopping for a large SUV are looking for a vehicle that is a jack of all trades. They want plenty of space for people and cargo, three rows of seats, a comfortable interior with plenty of features to keep passengers entertained, and good safety scores. The well-rounded Chevrolet Tahoe is a good SUV because it meets those needs. Some other vehicles in the class also meet these buyer requirements, including the Chevrolet Suburban and GMC Yukon both of which share the same base engine, transmission, chassis, and drivetrain as the Tahoe. Others, like the Ford Expedition, don't have the same interior quality or number of standard features as the Tahoe. Though the SUV offers plenty of space, third-row legroom in the Tahoe is bested by some midsize SUV rivals, like the Honda Pilot. Still, the Chevrolet Tahoe also has best combination of space, available family-friendly features and positive reviews from professional automotive writers in its class, which is why we named it our 2017 Best Large SUV for Families award winner. It's the third consecutive time the Tahoe has won the award. It's not by chance that the Tahoe and the Ford Expedition have identical starting prices of $47,125. It's because this is one of the longest-standing rivalries among SUVs. Both share a truck-based body-on-frame construction, which give them similar driving dynamics. Though the Tahoe and the Expedition both have V8s with similar power, the Expedition's base fuel economy isn't as good by comparison (15 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway compared to 16/23 mpg city/highway). The Tahoe also has more responsive steering and a quieter ride. If you want plenty of seating, you'll be better off with the Tahoe, which seats up to nine one or two more than the Expedition, depending how you configure it. Some of the Tahoe's standard features, like the built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi hot spot, aren't even available as options in the Expedition. Unless you need a bit more cargo space or towing capacity, the Tahoe is a better choice than the Expedition in just about every way. The Chevy Tahoe is built for towing things and toting people, and its road manners are better than they probably need to be for those chores. A Cadillac badge would not look out of place on the steering wheel of the 2017 Chevy Tahoe Premier. That's how nice it is inside, and that's no exaggeration. From design, to materials, to execution, it's one of the nicest interiors GM has ever produced.
All prices don't include tax, title, license, and $179.81 documentation fee. Must live in select market to qualify for Select Market Cash. $1,500 - General Motors Consumer Cash Program. Exp. 07/01/2019, $1,500 - GM Down Payment Assistance Program (IL, LA, MN, TX & WI Only). Exp. 07/01/2019