2018 Chevrolet Tahoe In-Depth Review: A Traditional SUV with Truck Tendencies


The Chevrolet Tahoe is essentially an enclosed pickup truck with three rows, bolstered by the useful space and handy towing capability such a design brings. Despite its relatively poor fuel economy and rich price, this hefty Chevy continues to be a popular seller. There are two V-8 powertrains available with rear- or all-wheel drive, with a sporty special edition featuring a robust 420-hp V-8 and a new 10-speed automatic transmission for setting cul-de-sac lap times. The Tahoe also brings excellent infotainment integration and a serene cabin. However, its truck roots cramp its third-row space and are immediately apparent on patchwork pavement. Still, don’t confuse it for a lifted minivan. The Tahoe is a proper truck underneath. READ MORE ››

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