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The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe is the New Gold Standard Full-Size SUV


The 2021 Chevy Tahoe is the new full-size SUV from Chevrolet. Today I'm reviewing the new Tahoe, and I'm going to show you all the quirks and features of the new Chevrolet Tahoe High Country. I'm also driving the new 2021 Tahoe to show you what the new Tahoe is like on the road.

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Bee Cars - INTERIOR : Imagine one day this is going to be old, and everyone's going to see it as we do to old vehicles now lol
Allan Bernabe : The difference in "Auto Stop" and "OFF" is clearly marked in the tachometer, in place of ZERO, to inform you clearly whether the engine stopped temporarily for auto stop feature, or really switched off.

It's NOT strange. It is a brilliant differentiation.
Parent_usmc : Can't wait to see these in 20 years with a lift and 38's!
Matteo : The Tahoe and its cousin, the GMC Yukon, reserve all the really good features for the top trims (High Country; Denali). And sometimes you have to add them as options to the top trim. Adaptive cruise control (standard on Toyotas, Hondas, Mazdas, and pretty accessible for most other brands) is only available via a package on the very top trim level. Way better values out there.
Will K : I always love how surprised Doug is by GM vehicles. GMs with auto off don’t have 0 on the tach. And Tahoe’s have engine hours because they are in fact work trucks first. And it’s the same electronics / etc as the Silverado.

2021 Chevrolet Tahoe | Review & Road Test

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If you’ve ever languished in the 3rd row of an older Tahoe the latest rendition will be a revelation. Grab handles and wide access past the sliding 2nd row make it easy to climb aboard the 3rd row. \rOnce here, you’ll find adult worth head and legroom.

Plus, you sit in a normal position instead of with your feet near your butt, unlike the previous Tahoe. \r\rIn short, there’s no bad seat among the Tahoe’s 3 rows and though ours seats 7 you can equip a Tahoe to seat up to 9, facilitated by a front bench seat that’s sadly only available on the base LS trim. \r

Another Tahoe strength is its ability to haul cargo…both large and small. \r\rLuggage space behind the 3rd row has grown substantially versus the previous generation, landing at a generous 25.5 cu-ft. That’s more than the Ford Expedition. With all seats, lowered capacity swells to 122.9 cu-ft, which is a lot. And doing so from the cargo area is easy thanks to optional 2nd-row releases and powered 3rd-row seats that motor up and down with haste. For smaller items, there are countless nooks and crannies to exploit including a huge center console, tons of storage in the doors, this little spot on the dash, and a convenient cardholder to the left of the steering wheel that’ll ensure you never lose your parking slip.

Get the Tahoe moving and ride quality shines thanks to an independent rear suspension that’s new for Tahoe generation number 5. \r\r\rSpring for the optional air suspension plus magnetic dampers and the Tahoe moves with near-luxury levels of refinement. While enjoying that ride, a high hood and thick C-pillars do somewhat hinder the view out.

If visibility restrictions or the Tahoe’s hefty dimensions give you pause, consider the 360-degree camera option and its array of helpful views. \rI’ll also say that, even though it’s a large vehicle, the Chevy Tahoe doesn’t steer like a big heavy SUV. \r\r

While the Ford Expedition uses a turbocharged V6, Chevy still believes in the power of naturally aspirated V8s. The base unit is a 5.3-liter (355hp, 383 lb-ft), while a 6.2-liter is reserved for the fanciest High Country trim (420hp, 460 lb-ft). And here are the fuel economy figures (5.3L 16/20 mpg (RWD), 5.3L 15/19 mpg (4WD) (6.2L 15/20 mpg (RWD), 14/19 mpg (4WD). You get all that? Good. And for diesel fans, Chevrolet also offers a 3-liter inline 6-cylinder turbodiesel with tons of torque and stellar fuel economy. (277hp, 460 lb-ft) (21 city/28hwy 2wd Diesel)\r

Our tester has the 5.3-liter V8 and it does a commendable job building speed. \rConversely, I dislike how the brake pedal feels. It’s spongy and requires more effort than I’d prefer. \r\rRegardless of engine, all Tahoes feature a smooth-shifting 10-speed automatic transmission that’s controlled by this push-pull button arrangement that takes some getting used to. But buttons take up less space than a traditional shifter, so I reluctantly approve.

Adjacent to the shift zone in all Tahoe trims is a 10.2-inch touchscreen featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The interface is simple to navigate, though if you’re looking for the volume knob it’s down here. \r

A basic Tahoe LS features 3-zone climate control, 8-way power front seats, and automatic emergency braking for a tick above $50,000 Including destination charges. From the Blue Book’s perspective, the $4,800 pricier LT trim is a worthwhile upgrade thanks to its hands-free power liftgate, leather seating, and wireless phone charger. We’d also spring for the $790 Driver Alert Package, which bundles blind-spot warning, rear parking sensors, and lane-keeping assist.

\r\rOther notable options include ventilated front seats, a 10-speaker Bose audio system, and a digital rearview mirror. Indulge your wildest Tahoe dreams and the price tag soars to nearly $80,000. \r\rPricewise a base Tahoe stands a few thousand dollars pricier the Nissan Armada, falls in line with the Toyota Sequoia, and undercuts the Ford Expedition.

Though more expensive, the Kelley Blue Book Best Buy award-winning Expedition is a strong competitor, boasting a range of compelling features and a superior max tow rating. If you need more space than the Tahoe allows, check out the Chevrolet Suburban, which measures 15 inches longer and about $2,700 pricier than it’s Tahoe kin. I should also note that if all you need a roomy SUV with 3 rows of seats, the current crop of quote-unquote “midsize” SUVs offer plenty of space at a much lower price. (Honda Pilot, Chevrolet Traverse, Kia Telluride) Looking good Telluride!\r Even so, if you truly need the capabilities of a full-size SUV the Chevrolet Tahoe is better than ever. \r

00:00 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe
0:21 Interior\r
1:51 Trim Levels\r
2:20 Driving Impressions\r
3:03 Engine \r
5:21 Competitors
Bee Cars - INTERIOR : I’m not the biggest Chevy fan but man you got to admit they have been nailing the look of their vehicles lately
Michael Thomas : Man i have zero intention of buying any vehicle any time soon, but I just love how KBB does their reviews. Their camera work, background music, and Micah’s lead are all always pleasant.
Mario Mario : I'm a Ford guy, but I think the Tahoe looks a lot nicer then the Expedition.
Blitz None : I own a 2021 Tahoe, Z71. Nicest vehicle I’ve owned. The lame keeping option should be standard. Out the door I paid 64K and not to have the added safety is BAD. It does good off road.
Matthew : I can’t tell you how much I appreciate this channel making their videos 6-8 minutes long instead of 23.

Is this the Best Big SUV? 2021 Chevy Tahoe Diesel in RST Trim

In this video, we take the 2021 Chevy Tahoe diesel for a drive as well as get some insight from a total of FOUR different journalists. Special guest Kristin Shaw joins us from Drive Mode Show to share her thoughts as well on the Tahoe diesel.

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V R : Awesome seeing a different perspective, and great walkthrough as always!
Gene 3067 : Chevy needs to go back to the cushioning they used in the 2002 models. Those seats were comfortable! Loved al the viewpoints and different takes.
Bantizzle : Nice having multiple perspectives for the reviews!
a l i e n a t i o n : Tim, I agree with you 100% that GM needs to work on seat comfort. Terrible!
Vaughn Hoshue : That’s an awesome truck. Hopefully I can get one in a year or two.




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