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The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe is a bigger and better driving experience

 all-new Tahoe and Suburban are ready to take on the Ford Expedition

2021 Chevrolet Tahoe is a bigger and better

Autos Test Drive: 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe

The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe is a bigger and better driving experience


The all-new Chevrolet Tahoe is bigger and better than before and loaded with new features, including a fully-independent air suspension system, Fox News Autos Editor Gary Gastelu says

The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe and its stretched Suburban sibling have arrived to take their rightful place as the brand’s flagship family vehicles

The models have been de facto at the top for a while, but now that the Chevrolet Impala is out of production, their position is undisputed


The all-new trucks come loaded for bear, with the Ford Expedition and Toyota Sequoia full-size SUVs firmly in their sights. They’re both based on the same frame as the recently redesigned Chevrolet Silverado pickup, but with one major difference

The chassis-to-frame Chevrolet has an independent rear suspension to give it a crossover-like ride. Expedition has had one since 2003, but this obvious feature didn't seriously start showing itself on the sales chart until the last generation launched in 2018 and got hot, so it's time for the best selling Chevys to take things up a step further

2021 Chevrolet Tahoe


I tested a $60,495 Tahoe Z71, which is one of six trim levels that will eventually be available (LS, LT, RST, Z71, Premier and High Country) with starting prices ranging from $50,295 for a two-wheel-drive LS to the 4x4 High Country at $72,895. The larger Suburban adds $2,700 across the board

Along with the new platform, the Tahoe has a longer wheelbase that increases passenger and cargo space significantly compared to the outgoing version. That new suspension also allows for a lower rear floor that contributes to adding 10 inches of legroom to the third row, which is suitable for people well over six-feet tall

2021 Chevrolet Tahoe


There’s also 60 percent more cargo space behind the third row, a healthy 25.5 cubic feet in all, making the step up to the much longer Suburban less of an advantage than before, although its 41.5 cubic-foot space is cavernous