Chevrolet Tahoe was first launched in 1995 and was initially called S10-Blazer, then simply Blazer and afterward rebadged as Tahoe.
Now it is the best selling full-size SUV in the U.S. occupying over 25 percent of the segment, and for good reason: it is spacious, comfortable and ideal for long journeys.
The new Tahoe is powered by 3 engines. The diesel engine is 3.0-liter and has 277 hp, while the gasoline versions are 5.3-liter with 355 hp, and 6.2-liter engine with a massive 420 hp (the fuel system of gasoline versions is Turbocharged Direct Injection).
Technically, the Tahoe is almost identical to Suburban, except that Tahoe is bigger and offers more storage space. The car comes with today’s required connectivity technology, Wi-Fi hotspot, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, USB charging ports, and wireless charging. Furthermore, it comes with new technologies like new HD Surround Vision and Rear Pedestrian Alert. Cadillac Tahoe uses the rear independent air suspension, lowering the car 4 inches, to allow it to react safely and smoothly to difficult terrain.
At the rear, the tailgate, the tail lamps and the bumper were redesigned, creating a more assertive stance, while the interior provides with 40 percent more third-row legroom and 66 percent greater cargo volume behind the third row.