There aren't many vehicles out there with a resume that includes a towing capacity of over 8,500 pounds, the ability to accommodate a family of up to nine, and an interior that can be a Wi-Fi hotspot and rolling entertainment center, but the Chevrolet Tahoe can do all that and more. The Tahoe can serve as the family workhorse, whether you're venturing into the outdoors, towing a boat, or making trips to the grocery store. As a pleasant bonus, it's also at the top of its class in resale value.
As we explain in our full review, "If you want a big, bold, 3-row SUV that has power and capability in spades yet still features the latest technology and safety systems, the Chevrolet Tahoe brings the best of both worlds." In addition, the Tahoe "also offers variety in a larger and more powerful 6.2-liter V8 and a less expensive 2-row/5-passenger variant known as the Tahoe Custom." Without that third row, the Custom can provide even more cargo room than the regular Tahoe.
The Tahoe is brawny and tough, with distinctive modern looks and a stout V8 under the hood. This full-size Chevrolet has a spacious cabin, which feels more like that of a luxury SUV, especially in loaded Premier trim. With that model, you get Magnetic Ride Control, a wireless charging station for mobile phones, heated and ventilated front seats, a handsfree liftgate, and a dual-screen Blu-ray rear-seat theater. Safety options include blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, front and rear parking assist, and automatic emergency braking.
Even though families continue to move toward fuel-efficient, car-based crossovers, the Tahoe remains a popular choice. Its high resale value and strong sales prove there is still demand for a big, tough, highly capable body-on-frame SUV.