The prices for the new generation of the Chevy Tahoe SUV have become knownFebruary 11, 2020
The press service of American delirium published data on prices for the new generation of the full-size SUV Chevy Tahoe. The minimum price is $ 50,295
Late last year, Chevy introduced the all-new generation of its hefty Tahoe SUV. The novelty has a lot of really cool chips, but one thing that does not change significantly is the price. While Chevy did not release Tahoe pricing information during the official presentation of the latter, the American new car service was still able to provide up-to-date information.
So, the initial configuration of the Tahoe LS will cost $ 50,295.
The next version – Tahoe LT, has a minimum price of $ 55,095. The price tag for the performance of Tahoe Premier will start at $ 63,895. A long-wheelbase version of the SUV will also be released, which will go into production a bit later.
The Tahoe 2021 model year is now very much like the Chevy Silverado pickup. The dimensions of the SUV also changed – the wheelbase became 124 mm longer, and the total length increased by 170 mm. Cargo space behind the third row is increased by 66% compared to its predecessor. The brand-new multi-channel independent rear suspension also contributes to more space in the cabin.
The new Tahoe will be powered by the same 5.3-liter and 6.2-liter V8 engines that deliver 355 and 420 hp. respectively. A 3.0-liter in-line six-cylinder Duramax turbodiesel engine will appear in the engine range. It offers approximately 277 hp. power and 623 Nm of torque. All three engines are offered with a 10-speed automatic.
It is expected that the start of sales of the Chevy Tahoe 2021 is scheduled for mid-2020. One of the trim levels, on which there is no price tag yet, is High Country, which will become a notch higher than the current Premier. The price of a new package may approach or even exceed the mark of $ 70,000
Not so long ago, we wrote that the Chevrolet company showed the updated Tahoe and Suburban. The new generation of SUVs was presented on a grand scale at Little Caesars Arena, located in Detroit, Michigan.
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