2015 Chevrolet Tahoe is announced as a vanguard of a fourth generation of its kind. That means a complete facelift and interior changes, as well as new features, both in gadgets and body parts. This redesign will assure that the full-size SUV remains on a market for years to come.
2015 Chevrolet Tahoe review
It comes in three different trims: LS, LT and LTZ, all of which are powered by EcoTec3 5.3L V8 engine that generates 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque putting you in a position to handle just about any driving condition. Needles to say, the transmission is 6-speed automatic.
2015 Tahoe features a stunning exterior design, although with a bit boxy look. Recognisable Chevy grille stands in front, while back end of the vehicle is sharply cut. There is one feat at which engineers outdid themselves. Quiet SUV is now even quieter which was accomplished by inteligent usage of acoustic materials in critical spots.
Sleek functional interior is, probably the most defining Tahoe Element. It has been completely redesigned for 2015 version and is now more spacious than ever. It has the fastest power-release second-row and power-folding third-row seats of any competitor. The new Tahoe interior features premium materials that contribute to the functional, sophisticated design. What sticks out from the cockpit is 8-inch diagonal color touch-screen. Needless to say, there are more features, including bluetooth (up to ten devices), six USB ports, keyless access, remote start etc. Chevy greatly emphasizes on safety and new Tahoe comes as no exception. It features a number of available driver assistance technologies like front park assist, side blind zone alert, cameras and radar sensors that surround the vehicle, theft-protection package etc.
Not one full-sized SUV can boast with the kind of fuel efficiency that new Tahoe has. It goes as far as 23 mpg on a highway without sacrificing performance which is evident from the engine that it possesses.
2015 Chevrolet Tahoe Price
Prices of 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe are not popular, nor they ever will be. They go from $44,600 for a stock LS to $59,000 for a stock LTZ and more if you are considering optional equipment.
It is true that class comes with a price, but question is, whether those steep prices are justifiable? That is a question that only a potential buyer or, better yet, owner of Chevy Tahoe can answer. Whatever the case is, this big and sturdy SUV found its spot under the sun and is here to stay.