Honestly. We haven't bought a GM product in over 7 yrs. which my husband has had 2 Ford leases and I personally have had Honda minivans. We since bought a Tahoe and I am so in love. I am 4'11" and he is 6'4.5". I have test drove one a few years back and decided not to get it. The braking is amazing. It doesn't feel like I'm driving a big truck, which is a big deal to me. It also is such a smooth ride im impressed. The touch screen is super responsive, acceleration is a bit slow but that's the v8. But this also shifts down to a v4 at stop lights. (So cool) and when you shut off the engine it tells you to look in the back seat (kids safety). We searched for a second row bench (we have 3 kids) and all the seats are the same size. Meaning the middle seat is also very wide (and could fit an adult). I just had to say how much I am in love with this vehicle, they have done such a great job and we are not regretting buying it at all!
We have had out 2017 Tahoe for two month. We only have 1500 miles on it. Up until last week I loved it... as we were away for a long three day weekend the SUV decided that every time we accelerated a cloud of smoke would come out. Of course, we were in the mountains so acceleration was all the time! After a day of this, finally an error code appeared to have the emission system services. We took the took the vehicle into the dealership the next work day. After running the error codes they said the catalytic converter needed to be replaced. After two days in for service, we got a call that they are still having the same problem with the vehicle after the replacement of the converter. They stated they didn't know what was wrong with the vehicle. Two months old and we have a major problem. Not happy with Chevy right now.
Excellent choice for full sized SUV. Very nicely equipped and well appointed on the inside. Only downside is the very poor design for the third row seat. There is no leg room what so ever as the seat cushion sits on the floor. Otherwise, a very nice vehicle. We traded our 2016 Tahoe LTZ for this new Tahoe Premier as we wanted a second row bench seat. We are much happier with the bench seat than the buckets from before. Our only regret is that Chevrolet has stopped installing "cooled" seats in favor of just "ventilated" seats now. They are just not as effective. An obvious cost cutting move but regrettable on a $70000 plus vehicle. Otherwise, it's the same as the 2016 version.