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Car Reviews
2023 Review: Chevrolet Tahoe

Any product that’s been around for more than three decades must have something going for it. The Chevrolet Tahoe is one such product.

For starters, this full-size SUV’s cavernous interior can accommodate up to eight passengers in three rows of seats that include a grown-up-friendly third row. Fold down the rear seatbacks, and this generation’s new independent rear suspension creates a low, flat load floor with room for 123 cubic feet of cargo.

Under the hood, the Tahoe High Country four-wheel-drive model that I drove featured the optional 6.2-liter V8, which is overkill unless you need its 8,200-pound maximum tow rating. Consider instead the standard 5.3-liter V8 or the available—and notably more fuel-efficient—3.0-liter inline 6-cylinder turbodiesel.

With a wide range of trim levels, from basic to the deluxe High Country model, factoring into the plus side, it’s easy to see why the Tahoe has remained a perennial favorite.


EPA Fuel Economy 

  • 14 City/18 Highway (6.2L V8/4WD)


  • Base Price: $56,095
  • As Tested: $81,345