The Tahoe is one of Chevy’s “big guys,” that lovable lineup of large SUVs that only Chevy knows how to properly put out there. For years, they’ve churned out the world’s finest, most luxurious big SUVs in a world that insists on making SUVs smaller. Once you go back to a traditional SUV like the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe, it’s impossible to go back to anything less. Today we’re highlight the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe for sale, serving Columbus Akron to Pittsburgh with a few good reasons to go big or go home this year. Our Drive Taylor lease specials can also help you lease the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe for sale.
How big is the 2021 Tahoe? Well, let’s start with its stately exterior. The base model LS starts off with LED headlights and bold 18-inch wheels for a look that’s unmistakable. Move up to the LT, and you’ve got a hands-free power liftgate that allows you to easily load or unload the Tahoe at will. The RST grabs huge 22-inch wheels for a look that’s not just big, it’s tall, too. Front skid plate and tow hooks lend a touch of utility to the behemoth Tahoe. And the Tahoe High Country grabs a premium grille with bronze accents fit for a king. The look of the Tahoe is serving Columbus Akron to Pittsburgh with a rich, diverse attractiveness that isn’t duplicated on any other SUV in the world today.
The new Tahoe is blessed with 122.9 cubic feet of cargo capacity, seating for up to 9 passengers, and perforated premium leather interior that comes standard on models like the High Country. A 10.2-inch infotainment touchscreen system comes standard on the LT and higher trims, immediately giving you access to Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and hands-free texting and calling. Wireless device charging comes a little later in the lineup, as does the Bose premium audio system, complete with 10-speakers of thundersome musical genius. And of course, the High Country is doing things even bigger than the rest of the lineup. It features a Surround View Parking Camera system and a heads-up display that gives you premium navigation and attention to the road.
Built with luxuries like magnetically controlled shock absorbers for a supremely smooth ride, and given a big, bold 10-speed automatic transmission, the Tahoe is a work of art on the mechanical side of things as well. If you want big time driving fun, the Tahoe can handle its own weight thanks to its state of the art build. It’s more dynamic and light on its feet than ever before this year. There’s just no reason to ever regret buying a Tahoe, especially given its bold strength. For example, its 355 horsepower base model engine and 420 horsepower 6.2L V8 are both fine examples of just how much strength the Tahoe manages to belt out during its lifetime. You get a smooth, confident drive with all the bells and whistles you’d expect from such an expertly designed large SUV.
The 10.2″ touchscreen infotainment system is the highlight of the Tahoe’s technology lineup, but it’s by no means the only impressive feature. The LT, a second trim, already features wireless device charging, something that allows you to ditch the wires at home and still charge your devices. The LT also features a 9-speaker Bose premium audio system, something usually reserved for only higher level trims. Because the Tahoe is a large luxury SUV, you’re going to find higher features on even lower trims, such as the memory settings on driver’s seat for the LT. Driving tech is everywhere as well, including the Hill Descent Control that maintains steadiness on the road even when you’re facing rougher terrain.
The Tahoe is a remarkably safe large SUV. Not only do you have the high strength steel build of Chevy’s Tahoe, but you also get features that help you monitor blind spots on the vehicle. The 10.2″ touchscreen infotainment system doubles as an advanced camera system to you help you see angles on the exterior of the vehicle while you’re parking or maneuvering busy city streets. You’ll never break a sweat when you have the advanced driver-assist features given to you on the Chevy Tahoe. One of the reasons people might have avoided big SUVs in the past is the fact that there’s a lot of real estate you have to look through in order to maneuver. Those days are gone! The Chevy Tahoe is just as easy to drive as a smaller SUV, so why give up that extra real estate anymore? Go big!
The best way to decide on your next SUV is to drive it for yourself. Our friendly sales team invites you to stop by today and test drive the brand new Tahoe. We’re certain that you’re going to love it so much you want to lease or buy. Check out our Drive Taylor lease specials, get a free quote, apply for financing, or stop by for a test drive. We give you all the tools you need to make the Tahoe your own.