2017 Chevrolet Tahoe
48,189 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$37,495
Est $540/mo

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2016 Chevrolet Tahoe
65,102 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$39,755
Est $573/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Tahoe
32,666 Miles | Miami, FL
$38,799
Est $559/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Tahoe
14,012 Miles | Miami, FL
$38,999
Est $562/mo

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2016 Chevrolet Tahoe
36,794 Miles | Miami, FL
$32,999
Est $476/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Tahoe
35,542 Miles | Orlando, FL
$36,299
Est $523/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Tahoe
45,773 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$33,999
Est $490/mo

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2016 Chevrolet Tahoe
34,855 Miles | Orlando, FL
$34,999
Est $504/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Tahoe
40,385 Miles | Miami, FL
$35,299
Est $509/mo

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2013 Chevrolet Tahoe
82,324 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$22,419
Est $323/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Tahoe
34,947 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$42,444
Est $612/mo

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2013 Chevrolet Tahoe
105,653 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$24,375
Est $351/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Tahoe
26,798 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$43,555
Est $628/mo

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2012 Chevrolet Tahoe
70,713 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$28,975
Est $418/mo

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2017 Chevrolet Tahoe
40,825 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$37,975
Est $547/mo

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2008 Chevrolet Tahoe
144,254 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$16,975
Est $245/mo

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2018 Chevrolet Tahoe
30,562 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$46,900
Est $676/mo

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2015 Chevrolet Tahoe
57,177 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$43,575
Est $628/mo

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2016 Chevrolet Tahoe
41,380 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$41,500
Est $598/mo

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2015 Chevrolet Tahoe
51,391 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$40,500
Est $584/mo

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Chevrolet Tahoe Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
89 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.3
Performance
4.2
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
4.1

Chevrolet Tahoe Owner Ratings & Reviews

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1997 Chevrolet Tahoe - Wonderful active family vehicle

Sydney
Saw Creek, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
The Tahoe is a very comfortable ride and drive. The power and response of the Vortec engine is amazing especially considering how heavy of a vehicle the Tahoe is. It is not the best on gas mileage but not the worst by far that I have experienced. The 4wd works flawlessly with the quick press of a button. Living in the mountains and needing to be able to get through some deep and heavy snow this is a must here. The seat fabric is extremely easy to clean and has stayed in very nice shape with multiple children and dogs putting it through rough tests. In terms of size of the overall vehicle, I believe it is perfect for a family of four plus pets. There is plenty of room for a 6'1" person to have the front seat all the way back and still have plenty of leg room in the back seat. The cargo ... (more)
Story
We like to go fishing as a family with our two preschool aged daughters. We decided to bring the boat down on the trailer to one of the ponds in our community and towed it with our Tahoe. Not thinking to look at the ground in the launch, my husband just backs up to the pond and gets out. As he gets to the trailer he begins to realize how horribly muddy the ground is and how far the rear of the... (more)
Pros
The space available in the Tahoe is amazing.
Cons
The rear windows, due to the shape of the rear doors, do not go down even half way, let alone all the way.

2002 Chevrolet Tahoe - GREAT VEHICLE

SH
Glasgow, Missouri
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
OVERALL I LOVE THIS VEHICLE. I HAD A JEEP LIBERTY BEFORE THIS AND WITH TWO TWLEVE YEAR OLDS AND A FIVE YEAR OLD THEY WERE COMPLAINING THEY DIDNT HAVE ENOUGH ROOM. SO WE LOOKED FOR SOMETHING THAT HAD THIRD ROW SEATING. BUT YET THEY ALL STILL SEEM TO SET IN THE SAME ROW. THEY HAVE PLENTY OF ROOM NOW.
Story
WE LIKE TO JAM OUT TO LOUND MUSIC ON LONG RIDES. THE KIDS LOVE TO SING ALONG WITH THEIR FAVORITE SONGS.
Pros
OVERALL I LOVE THIS VEHICLE. IT IS NICE AND BIG YOU CAN FIT FULL SIZED ADAULTS IN AND BE COMFORTABLE. THE KIDS LIKE THAT THE CAN CHOOSE WHERE TO SIT BECAUSE OF THE THIRD ROW SEATING. I LOVE THE FACT THAT THE VERY BACK SEATS FOLD UP FOR THAT LITTLE BIT OF EXTRA ROOM. AND THAT THEY ALSO COME COMPLETLY OUT. WITH A FAMILY OF FIVE TAKING TRIPS CAN BE A PIAN WITHOUT THE EXTRA TRUNK SPACE TO THE FACT THEY COME OUT IS WONDERFUL. THE FUEL MILAGE IS GREAT FOR A FULL SIZE SUV. I LIKE THAT THE BACK GLASS WILL COME UP. ALONG WITH THE HATCH. SO IF YOU NEED TO PUT SOMETHING IN AND THE ENTIRE BACK IS FULL... (more)
Cons
THE MOST IMPORTANT THIS RIGHT NOW IS THAT THERE ARE NO RUNNING BOARDS ON IT. I AM SHORT SO I HAVE TO BASICALLY JUMP IN OR USE THE STEARING WHEEL TO PULL MYSELF UP IN IT. THE SERVIVE ENGINE SOON LIGHT STAYS ON. WENT TO HAVE IT LOOKED AT AND HE SAID IT WAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE FUEL CAP. SO HE TIGHTENED THE CAP AND CLEARED THE CODES AND THREE DAYS LATER THE LIGHT CAME BACK ON AGAIN. SO NOT SURE WHAT IT WRONG JUST ANNOYING THAT THE LIGHT IS ON. AND OCCATIONALLY WHEN I START IT ALMOST ALL THE SERVICE LIGHT COME ON. LEATHER SEATS. I HATE LEATHER SEATS BUT IT WAS IN OUR PRICE RANGE SO WE HAD ... (more)

1995 Chevrolet Tahoe - The Chevy Tahoe is a Fun, Solid Ride

John
Gates, Oregon
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
4.0
We purchased our 1995 Chevy Tahoe from a used car dealer about three years ago. We wanted a solid 4-wheel-drive vehicle for driving up in the hills in the backwoods of Oregon. From the beginning we loved the smooth ride, the substantial weight, and the roominess of our Tahoe. With three growing children who were teen or pre-teen, we needed that room! As the father of this group, I'm a typical man who enjoys lots of power in my vehicle. The Tahoe fulfilled my expectations, with plenty of get-up-and-go to handle whatever we've encountered. It barely feels it when a trailer is attached. Overall we have been very pleased with the quality, roominess, and power of our 20-year-old Chevy Tahoe.
Story
At our local school, there's a tight parking lot, and it can be difficult to backup at times. The kids find it hilarious when I watch for anyone watching, then drive up and over the barrier and curb. I like 4-wheel-drive.
Pros
The best features of the Tahoe are the roominess, the power, and the 4-wheel-drive. The Tahoe is quite roomy, with a rear seat that folds down to accommodate even a full sheet of plywood or a large appliance. The power is more than adequate for four-wheeling in the hills or towing a trailer. The 4-wheel-drive is simple to use, at the touch of a button, and it performs well in snowy and icy conditions, as well as rough terrain. We felt quite safe in our Tahoe, especially on high mountain dirt roads, where the 4-wheel-drive kept us safe.
Cons
The biggest negative about the Tahoe is its terrible fuel mileage. The best we've seen is about 19 MPG on long trips, using full-synthetic energy-conserving oil and additives. On average, we get about 14-15 MPG.

Generations

The Chevrolet Tahoe is a roomy full-size SUV from General Motors that’s built on a truck frame and boasts improved handling over its predecessors. This workhorse can seat up to eight, handle rough terrain and tow up to 8,600 pounds. Previously part of the Blazer family, the K-Blazer made its debut in 1995 as the renamed Tahoe.

Tahoe GMT K2XX 4th Generation (2015 – 2019)

The Tahoe’s hybrid version has been discontinued, and the vehicle’s new platform features improved soundproofing to decrease cabin noise levels. The Tahoe is now being built on the GMT K2XX platform and new in this model are improved aerodynamics and fuel economy and reduced interior noise. The new Tahoe’s hood and liftgate are made from aluminum to help minimize weight. A more efficient powertrain also boosts fuel economy. Other changes include the front grille and headlights, which now have projector-beam headlamps situated on either side of the chrome grille.

Second- and third-row fold-flat seats are now standard on the latest model, with an optional power-folding feature. Chevy made the second row more comfortable with the addition of two more inches of legroom. Tahoe now offers a touch-screen radio and navigation, in addition to rear-seat entertainment, multiple USB ports and power outlets which include a 110-volt outlet with three prongs.

Tahoe’s LTZ models offer the option to have GM's third-generation magnetic ride control suspension.

Chevy's Hydra-Matic six-speed automatic transmission is mated with the new 5.3-liter engine and improves efficiency. Tahoe also now boasts TapShift control and a special mode for towing and hauling as well as auto grade braking. In 2018 Chevy offered a performance package which included a 6.2-liter V-8 L86 engine.

Tahoe GMT900 3rd Generation (2007 – 2014)

For the 2007 model year, the Tahoe was largely redesigned on the new GMT900 platform, and the standard engine was a 290-horsepower, 4.8-liter V8.

Tahoe four-wheel drive models came standard with a 320-horsepower, 5.3-liter V8. This engine featured cylinder-deactivation technology that turned off half of the cylinders in certain driving situations to save fuel. A version of this engine ran on E85 fuel in addition to regular unleaded gasoline.

All Tahoes were upgraded to six-speed automatic transmissions except for the two-wheel drive models with 4.8-liter engines, which retained the four-speed automatics. Late in 2007, the Tahoe Hybrid made its debut, with an engine that used a combination of dual displacement 3.0/6.0 liter V8 engine and two 60 kW continuous 80-horsepower electric motors. It could run on gasoline alone, electricity alone, or a variable mixture of the two. This vehicle was considered a strong or full hybrid, in that it could run entirely on the battery, albeit with a limited range and at low speeds. During city driving, the two-wheel drive version of the hybrid got 21 mpg, while non-hybrid varieties maxed out at 15 mpg. For highway driving, the Tahoe hybrid managed 22 mpg.

On the LS base model, standard equipment included dual-zone air conditioning and cloth seating for five people. This model also had StabiliTrak stability control and an eight-speaker audio system. Externally changes included 17-inch wheels and a system for monitoring tire pressure. The new design also included a new front fascia and hood, as well as tail lights. The Tahoe’s grille had a central, body-colored bar similar to the chrome one found on most of the previous models. The redesigned Tahoe also had a more angular design than its predecessors. The interior was significantly redesigned too and featured a dashboard trimmed in real wood with chromed instrument controls.

In 2009 an optional 6.2-liter engine was available only in the LTZ model.

Tahoe GMT800 2nd Generation (2000 – 2006)

This generation's exterior was redesigned with softer lines and a more aerodynamic shape; it was built on the new GMT800 platform. Two new engine choices replaced the old 5.7-liter small-block V8: a 4.8-liter engine, and a 5.3-liter version, both V8 and paired with a four-speed automatic transmission. Although both of these engines were smaller and generated more horsepower than their predecessors, they also both produced less torque. The manual transmission was eliminated, and the interior was also updated with new seats, dashboard, and door panels. The 2002 model was the first to offer a flex-fuel engine.

The interiors of Tahoe and other GM full-size trucks were upgraded for 2003. Changes included a new steering wheel and radio controls, XM Satellite Radio with Bose audio, and a built-in DVD entertainment system.

Although this second-generation was built on a new platform, there were two special limited edition models, produced in 2000 only, that kept the earlier GMT400 platform. These were the two-wheel drive Tahoe Limited and the four-wheel drive Tahoe Z71. Both of these featured color-keyed bumpers (versus the traditional chrome bumpers) and came with Bilstein shock absorbers. The Limited had fog lamps in the bumper, no roof rack, and five-spoke aluminum wheels, while the Z71 had inset driving lights in the bumper, tail lamp covers and side step bars.

Tahoe GMT400 (1995 – 1999)

The original Tahoe was shorter than the Suburban on which it was based but shared the GMT400 platform. Built on an actual truck chassis similar to the one used in Chevy’s Silverado full-size pickup truck, both two-door and the longer-wheelbase four-door models were available with either rear- or four-wheel drive. The four-door model, at 5,500 pounds, weighed roughly 1000 pounds more than the two-door model. The first generation Tahoe was available with either a manual or four-speed automatic transmission. In the 1998 model year, "AutoTrac" full-time all-wheel drive and a programmable Homelink transmitter were added. The Tahoe’s engine was a Chevy 5.7 liter small-block V8, but a turbocharged 6.5-liter diesel V8 was also offered.

In 1999, Chevrolet eliminated the two-door option and improved Tahoe’s radiator and transmission. They also revised the steering wheel, and side curtain airbags were added for all three rows of seats in addition to optional front and rear side torso airbags and combination head and torso side airbag.

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