by djlarroc on Sep 24, 2011 Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe LT 4dr SUV 4WD
Bought my Tahoe w/175k in 2008. Yes, 175k. Had all the service records, so felt it was treated right. Has been fairly reliable in the last 25k. Oil pump went out, battery died on a hot summer day, 4x4 electrical selector switch went out ($20 @rockauto - 10 min fix). Now, I can hear the air ride constantly running, so i'm sure the shocks are leaking, but overall, I'm still happy w/this truck. Has TONS of room, 5.3 has nice power, and I'm getting about 16MPG city. Not bad for al you get. Ride is very nice and comfy. Great for road trips. Winter driving is awesome. LT has leather package, and is nicely put together.
by jay on Mar 3, 2010 Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe LS 4dr SUV 4WD
about 134,000 miles and still ruining smooth,i bought the truck some time ago and i did not know what i got into, until now i did research on this website and it states that the reliability is bad, but this truck has given me no problems, except i have to replace the differential around 114,000 miles which i didn't mind considering the miles, although it cost $1500,
by Brian on Feb 16, 2010 Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe LS 4dr SUV 4WD
At the time this was one of the largest single largest investments our family had made. 10 years later, well worth it. We just hit 170K and just had our first major repair - oil seals were leaking. We have done nothing to this truck except the usual - tires, batteries, brakes and oil/fluids. If you take care of these trucks they definitely take care of you.
This is my first winter with a 2000 Tahoe LS. The cab has a problem with steaming up the side and rear windows. It will steam up with only myself in the vehicle and the only way I can get it to clea...
Well, the current Tahoe/Yukon date back to 2000 when they were completely overhauled. They have been tweaked here and there, but there's no hiding their age. The next generation Yukon/Tahoe really hav...