Not many vehicles have the ability to accommodate a family of up to nine, tow well over 8,000 pounds and act as a Wi-Fi hotspot and rolling entertainment center, but the Chevrolet Tahoe can do all that and more. As a sturdy, full-size SUV available with 4-wheel-drive, the Chevy Tahoe is a workhorse that's ready to serve growing families and outdoor lovers alike, whether it's hauling groceries or a boat. No wonder it's at the top of its class in resale value.
Just off a full revamp, the latest version of Chevy's full-size SUV is filled with the latest amenities and creature comforts. As we found in our full review, "If you're looking for a powerful and safe full-size SUV, the 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe is about as good as it gets. Loaded with advanced safety and technology features, the Tahoe is as skilled at protecting its occupants as it is towing, hauling and venturing off-road."
Backing up the Tahoe's brawny yet sleek looks is a stout V8 engine that offers effortless thrust thanks to its 355 horsepower. Inside its roomy cabin, the Tahoe -- especially in loaded LTZ trim -- feels more like a luxury SUV, complete with wireless charging station for mobile phones, power liftgate, heated and ventilated front seats, and a dual-screen Blu-ray rear-seat theater. Safety options include blind-spot monitoring, front and rear parking assist and automatic emergency braking.
Even as many families migrate toward more fuel-efficient, sedan-based crossover SUVs, the Tahoe's popularity and high resale value proves there is still demand for a big, tough, highly capable body-on-frame SUV.