Few SUVs since the mid-1990s have been as popular as the Chevrolet Tahoe, and it's not hard to see why. The Tahoe is a traditional full-size SUV built on a truck platform and features room for up to nine passengers, powerful engines and plenty of available amenities. It's an appealing choice for large families, especially those with a boat or horse trailer. In reviews, our editors have found the Chevy Tahoe to be a capable and comfortable performer, and later versions can be equipped with an array of modern technology and safety features.
Although the Chevrolet Tahoe popularized the full-size SUV segment, there are now plenty of crossover SUVs that are equally capable of transporting large groups of people while offering superior maneuverability and fuel efficiency. However, if you also need to tow or venture off-road with a real four-wheel-drive system, the burly Tahoe continues to make a lot of sense. Later versions offer a quiet, comfortable highway ride, and while the Tahoe feels as large as it looks when going around turns, its braking and steering abilities have improved over the years.
Read the most recent 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe review.
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