2019 Chevy Tahoe Review
2019 Chevy Tahoe Review
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Travis Langness has worked in the automotive industry since 2011. He has written thousands of car-related articles and tested and reviewed hundreds of vehicles over the course of his career.
- Seating for up to nine people
- Impressive towing capacity from the standard V8 engine
- Quiet and nicely trimmed cabin
- Optional 6.2-liter V8 provides additional power and capability
- Sluggish engine and brake responses
- High trunk floor reduces cargo space and makes loading items difficult
- Maneuvering in tight spaces is a challenge
- The 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe carries over unchanged
- Part of the fourth Chevrolet Tahoe generation introduced for 2015
The 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe is built with utility in mind. Unlike a car-based crossover SUV that sacrifices towing capability in exchange for on-road comfort and refinement, the Tahoe is built using a traditional body-on-frame design. It can accommodate as many as nine passengers while offering a tow rating as high as 8,400 pounds.
2019 Tahoe Highlights
- Combined MPG
- 18 MPG
- Cost to Drive
- 8 seats
- rear wheel drive
- Engine Type
- Flex-fuel (ffv)
- 3 years / 36,000 miles
Strong V8 power is the other contributing factor here. Most Tahoes you come across at the dealer lot will have the standard 355-horsepower 5.3-liter V8. But just last year, Chevy started offering an optional 6.2-liter V8 good for 420 hp. Previously, you could only get this engine on the Tahoe's corporate siblings, the Cadillac Escalade and the GMC Yukon. It also comes with a 10-speed automatic transmission that helps give this engine nearly the same fuel economy as the 5.3-liter V8.
The Tahoe, however, also has some flaws commonly associated with this kind of vehicle. Cargo space isn't as efficient as what you get from a carlike crossover SUV, nor is its use of fuel. We're also not fond of the base V8's sluggishness. If you need a utility-focused SUV, a better choice might be the Ford Expedition. It's also a traditional body-on-frame SUV. But it has a higher maximum towing capacity, and it's all around a more refined and upscale vehicle. And if your towing needs are more modest, we recommend looking at a three-row crossover that's more comfortable to drive, such as the Honda Pilot or the Chevrolet Traverse.
Edmunds' Expert Rating7.0 / 10
Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of the Chevrolet Tahoe LT (5.3L V8 | 6-speed automatic | 4WD).
NOTE: Since this test was conducted in 2017, the current Tahoe has received some revisions, such as the addition of the optional RST Performance model with the 6.2-liter V8. Our findings remain applicable to this year's Chevy Tahoe, however.
|Overall||7.0 / 10|
The sluggish throttle tuning overshadows an otherwise stout 5.3-liter V8. The brakes are slow-acting, too, and the Tahoe feels large and heavy at all times. The Tahoe's towing ability is a saving grace.
In regular use, the V8 engine's response feels lethargic because the gas pedal must be pressed harder than expected. But it does deliver solid thrust when the need arises. Our 4WD Tahoe test truck reached 60 mph in only 7.2 seconds with the optional 3.42 axle ratio.
The soft, long-travel pedal doesn't inspire confidence. Brake response, just like the throttle and steering, is slow. The brakes are effective, though, halting the SUV from 60 mph in only 123 feet, a fairly impressive number for something this heavy.
Winding roads don't flatter the Tahoe's steering, which is lighter and slower than we'd like. It also skimps on road feel compared to the steering in most competitors.
There's no hiding the Tahoe's size when you try to hustle it. The old-school rear suspension becomes obvious on broken surfaces. Midcorner bumps easily upset the chassis. Drive the Tahoe moderately, and it's fine.
The sluggish gas pedal and brake response dominate the Tahoe's character on public roads, though its slow gas pedal is good in tight, technical situations like you'll find off-road. The six-speed automatic shifts smoothly.
A low front spoiler and the lack of a standard low-range transfer case indicate it is not as off-road-focused as other SUVs. It's more geared for towing. The optional Z71 package brings the low-range transfer case, skid plates, knobbier tires, and hill descent control, but lack of clearance will hold it back.
This new Tahoe is about as quiet as SUVs get. The first two rows of seats are roomy and comfy, but the same can't be said for the third. Although the suspension is adept at controlling big bumps, seemingly insignificant ripples and road patches tend to give the cabin the shakes.
The front seats are wide and pretty plush, staying comfy for all-day road trips. The second row is quite flat and doesn't adjust much because of the seat-folding mechanism, but it's soft and comfortable. The third row is thin and flat.
The solid-axle rear suspension cushions sharp impacts well and is resistant to large floating and bouncing motions. But competitors equipped with independent rear suspensions are still better overall. Small road imperfections can be felt in the cabin.
Noise & vibration8.5
A big upside to traditional body-on-frame SUVs such as this one is cabin isolation. The ride is quiet with little to no road noise, and engine noise is subdued.
The typically powerful General Motors air conditioning battles a heat wave with ease. The big blower is noisy when it's moving a ton of air to chill the cabin after the truck has baked in the sun, but it quickly cools off and quiets down.
The first two rows of the Tahoe are excellent in terms of ease of use and access. Even the third row is fairly accessible. But the rear floor is high because of the solid-axle suspension, and that limits third-row legroom and cargo space.
Ease of use8.0
The Tahoe's straightforward controls are familiar and easily comprehended aside from a few tiny icons that can be hard to decipher at a glance. The instrument panel includes a handy configurable screen, while the touchscreen system is sound. The audio and climate control buttons and knobs are generously sized.
Getting in/getting out8.0
It's a big climb up into the cabin, though the running boards and rear grab handles help a lot. The door openings are tall but narrow, especially in the rear. The power fold-and-tumble second row makes for excellent third-row access.
The Tahoe offers a typical big SUV driving position with a wide range of seat height and fore-aft adjustment. The steering wheel's telescoping range is not great, but this is offset somewhat by the available power-adjustable pedals.
The first two rows offer abundant head- and legroom. Still, it's not as big inside as you might expect. Depending on the seat position, the driver's elbow may contact the large center armrest when steering. Third-row legroom is poor.
The thin windshield pillars help your view out the front, and tall side windows aid the view to the sides. But the outside mirrors are too small. At least the rear camera and rear parking sensors are standard on all grades.
The cabin looks good at a glance. You'll find many soft touch points up front. But hard plastic pieces abound, and invariably there are some sharp edges. Our test vehicle had an occasional creak from the steering and one back seat that was stuck in the folded position.
Its 15.3 cubic feet of cargo space (behind the third row) is less than what's offered by competitors. Cargo space behind the second-row seat is similarly subpar. Even worse, the load floor is quite high and sloping. In-cabin storage is better, and the Tahoe has a strong tow rating.
You'll find a decent array of storage options, including a cavernous console bin, a cubby in front of the two front cupholders, two ample pockets per front door, and two flat slots on the transmission tunnel near your knees.
The cargo area has a high floor and a shallow space behind the third row, with only 15.3 cubic feet of cargo space. Handy controls quickly fold the third-row seats, but the floor is much higher than those in rivals. Competitors can carry more, can swallow taller objects, and have lower load heights.
Child safety seat accommodation
All second-row seats have LATCH anchors and top tethers regardless of configuration. The third row receives top tethers, which can be used in conjunction with seat belts to secure a forward-facing seat.
A concealed 2-inch receiver hitch with integrated four- and seven-pin wiring comes standard. An integrated electric trailer brake controller and a rear leveling suspension are available. With the proper equipment, the 4WD Tahoe is rated to tow a maximum of 8,400 pounds.
It's up-to-date with today's consumer demands. Smartphone integration and a quick-acting touchscreen cover a lot of ground when it comes to daily use of the infotainment system. Some of the driver assistance features are mediocre in their execution.
Audio & navigation7.5
The screen graphics are on the cartoonish side, but the touchscreen responds quickly. Navigation prompts are intuitive and react quickly to touch with fast load times. But the sound quality is somewhat canned-sounding.
Apple CarPlay connects quickly and works as expected, as does Android Auto. Bluetooth pairing is quick and easy. The cabin includes multiple USB ports.
The Safety Seat, which issues lane departure and forward collision warnings as vibrations only the driver can feel, is interesting. But the systems that feed into it tend to be overly sensitive. Fortunately, it can be switched off. The backup camera has a rather low-resolution display.
The voice controls require a rigid input structure and took two attempts to navigate to an address.
Which Tahoe does Edmunds recommend?
The LT trim level is our recommendation for the 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe. It comes with a respectable suite of standard features such as a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a power-adjustable driver's seat, an upgraded stereo, and all the standard features from the base LS. What's more, the LT has a long list of available options to choose from. We like the available upgraded 6.2-liter V8, but it's a pricey step up on the already expensive Premier trim level.
2019 Chevrolet Tahoe models
The 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe is a large three-row SUV that's available in three trim levels: LS, LT and Premier. The base LS comes with plenty of practical features and a full-featured infotainment system, but few extra creature comforts. The LT is more luxurious, and its many option packages mean it can be customized for different applications. The range-topping Premier includes a full roster of luxury features, along with a few unique optional upgrades.
A 5.3-liter V8 engine (355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque) is standard, and it is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive is standard, and four-wheel drive and a single-speed transfer case are available for all trim levels. Seating for eight is standard. An optional 40/20/40-split middle-row bench seat increases passenger capacity to nine, but it's only available on the base LS trim.
Standard features for the LS include 18-inch alloy wheels, heated mirrors, automatic wipers, remote keyless entry, remote ignition, rear parking sensors, a trailer hitch receiver with a wiring harness, side steps and roof rails. On the inside, you get tri-zone automatic climate control, a power-adjustable driver's seat, 60/40-split folding second- and third-row bench seats, and a leather-wrapped tilt-only steering wheel.
Standard tech for the LS includes a teen-driver monitoring system, OnStar communication (including a 4G LTE connection and a Wi-Fi hotspot), a 110-volt power outlet, an 8-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, five USB ports, and a six-speaker sound system with satellite radio.
The optional Enhanced Driver Alert package adds forward collision warning with low-speed automatic braking, automatic high beams, lane departure warning and intervention, and power-adjustable pedals.
The LT trim includes all of the above, along with a power liftgate, leather upholstery, heated front seats, a power-adjustable front passenger seat, a telescoping steering wheel, driver-seat memory functions, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a nine-speaker Bose audio system.
The optional Luxury package adds a hands-free tailgate opener, power-folding mirrors, an auto-dimming driver-side mirror, foglights, front parking sensors, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, keyless entry and ignition, heated second-row seats, power-folding second- and third-row seats, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel with heating, and a wireless charging pad.
The Premier trim includes the Luxury package and further equips it with 20-inch wheels, xenon headlights, adaptive suspension dampers, ventilated front seats, second-row bucket seats (reducing seating capacity to seven), a navigation system, and a 10-speaker Bose premium surround-sound upgrade.
The LT and Premier trims are eligible for the Sun, Entertainment and Destinations package that includes a sunroof, navigation for the LT trim and a rear-seat entertainment system. Adaptive cruise control, power-retractable side steps, and a head-up display are also available on the Premier trim.
The RST Edition is an appearance package for the LT and Premier trims that adorns it with blacked-out exterior pieces such as wheels and badging. The RST Performance Edition, available only on the Tahoe Premier, adds a 6.2-liter V8 (420 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque), a 10-speed automatic transmission, a trailer brake controller, a sport-tuned suspension and, on four-wheel-drive models, a two-speed transfer case.
Offered on all trims are 22-inch wheels as well as the Max Trailering package that includes a different rear axle ratio, an electronic two-speed transfer case (on four-wheel-drive models), a trailer brake controller, and an auto-leveling suspension for vehicles without the adaptive suspension. The Z71 Off-Road package is available only on the LT trim and adds all-terrain tires, unique cosmetic elements, tubular side steps, underbody skid plates, an off-road suspension, the electronic two-speed transfer case, hill descent control, front parking sensors, and rubber floor mats.
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Read what other owners think about the Used 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe.
3.5 out of 5 stars
Most helpful consumer reviews
4 out of 5 stars
2018 Tahoe reviews after 2 mos, 1yr, 3yrs, & 4yrs
2018 Chevrolet Tahoe LT 4dr SUV 4WD (5.3L 8cyl 6A)
I have owned a 99 Yukon, 99 Suburban, 2005 Suburban, and 2013 Tahoe, and all served me well. This has so much great new technology for driving, like blind spot, cross alert traffic when backing up, backup camera (which I have had and enjoyed since I put the first one in my '05 Subby) front collision alert, lane keeping, power tilt and telescoping steering wheel, & heated steering wheel, … which all came with the luxury option as I recall. It is worth it! I wish they would not make the front seats and backs with the edge bolsters on the new vehicles. It is not as comfortable for sitting as my '05 or '13, and feels narrower. Headlights got low grade because I am shopping to replace the low beam bulbs with ones that give more light and more distance. It is not an easy job since I will have to remove the air filter box on passenger side to get to bulb, but once I find ones that will last a while, (based on reviews) I am doing that upgrade. Now the good news. The wipers cannot be heard while running which is a great update. Maybe better soundproofing in the glass, but appreciated! Quiet ride, handles very well, and great tech options for phone, etc, in 8" display. Multiple displays of your choice in small screen under the speedo are also great. The one problem I am having is loud vibration in back end at low speeds. I actually took it to local Dlrship to see if they had not filled tranny at factory. New tranny oil is clear and hard to read. They said it was OK. I got an appointment to have car looked at, and on the day I went in, after 90 minutes of waiting they told me they knew my problem without bringing it in the shop. Pressure problem in fuel line going from tank is causing loud vibration of the line. Sounds like noisy rear air ride compressor running intermittently, and a lot at low speeds. They had another one just like it with same problem last week. They found TSB #17-NA-304 that explained that fuels lines need replacing. I went yesterday and had the fuel line & fuel hose replaced to fix it, and it now sounds great!. Car has just 2,100 miles. This is my 14 month, @ 13,000 mile update- Jan 2020: There have been no problems with the Tahoe, and it has performed well. I am pleased with my latest large Chevy SUV. I do want to add that the only real safety concern I have is the inability to see to the left and right in the evening, and at an intersection that is not well lit, like my residential neighborhood. The headlights do nothing to cover those areas, especially the right side, where I worry that as I turn right in the dark, I could come upon a pedestrian that I could not see walking. This big rig needs cornering lamps that illuminate when the directional is on to be safe in those situations. Turning on the fog lights helps a bit, but it should not have to be needed to make a turn in darkness. My 2001 Lincoln Town Car had them, and that was 19 years ago! January 2021- 3 yr 3 month update @ 34,000 miles: The Tahoe does great in all facets. I did upgrade the OEM Michelin Energy Saver tires (treadwear rating of 480) at 30K miles for Michelin Defender LTX, which have great tread. OEMs were worn down more than I liked in terms of heading towards hydroplaning issues in water and I am happy I made the upgrade. My main complaint remains that I cannot see forward at night when taking turns, or even on dark road trying to see if anyone is walking on the shoulder. Headlights project straight forward only and not near the car. It is worst when cornering, and I worry that someone could be run over if walking in the dark because there is no visibility. I try to turn on my fog lights at night for that reason because it does help a bit with widening the lighted profile just in front of the vehicle to each side. Cornering lights would be a necessity for me to consider getting a new Tahoe. Mechanically, the Tahoe has been perfect. I average 20-21 mpg highway, and have overall 17.8 mpg since purchase (I have not reset trip 1 indicator since I did it on the test drive with 19 miles, and I use trip 2 for fill up resets. The overall MPG would be much better, but in the summer, I sit in car with A/C on while I am parked at the ocean, and do same thing with heat on in winter. This car has been everything I had hoped for (except cornering lighting issue) and the luxury package gave me all the tech I needed. I am seeing used 2018 Tahoe LT's like mine at car dealerships with similar or higher mileage that are selling for as much of more than I paid when new 3 yrs and 3 months ago, with the $10k year end discount I got. JULY 2022- 4 yr 8 months review: Mileage just turned 39,000. Only maintenance since last review was two more synthetic oil changes at local Chevy dealer, and an alignment after getting new Michelin Defender LTX tires at 30K miles when OEM Michelins were too worn for my liking. I did replace the original battery in July 2021 (@33 months) without checking on any remaining warrantee. Otherwise, this car has performed very well. I am impressed with the ongoing quality and the comfort in the Chevy large SUVS, and after recently driving our daughter's 2019 Mercedes GLS450 while in Colorado, I prefer my 2018 Tahoe by a long shot.
3 out of 5 stars
The Tahoe should be called a financial mistake
2018 Chevrolet Tahoe Premier 4dr SUV 4WD (5.3L 8cyl 6A)
We bought our Tahoe brand new the cream of the crop with a $70,000 price tag! 6.2 engine 10 speed transmission we thought we could go fast and love it, at first we did! We bought it in May I could roll the window down and feel the breeze, than June hits its hot in that sucker. I crank up the a/c it seemingly gets hotter in that sucker! I called the dealer they look into it oops they … forgot to put refrigerant in it. Simple fix things are going good and cooling down. One day I open the back door and the seal falls off, just falls the eff off! Kill me who "forgot" the clips on the door seal?! Chevrolet did, that's who. Next thing I know 2 body bolts have wore holes in the carpet. Help me Jesus I'm getting frustrated but the local dealer gets it fixed for me. We go a solid 5 months no problems we fall back in love with a $70,000 mistake. Than it happens I back out of the drive I'm on the road put it in drive and NOTHING happens I calmly shift to neutral and try again and BOOM it slams into drive with a big thud and i eat the steering wheel. I start to panic that maybe that did not just happen and I'm crazy. I gather some witness to confirm I'm not crazy, no indeed I am not. Chevrolet thinks I'm crazy it "never" happened to them but it happens to me 5 plus times a week. This sadly will be my last Chevy product, I can buy the same [non-permissible content removed] quality for half the money going with another manufacture. If you have $70,000 to blow the new Tahoe is a great choice!
5 out of 5 stars
Big and spacious!
2019 Chevrolet Tahoe LT 4dr SUV 4WD (5.3L 8cyl 6A)
A great vehicle for a family. My mom just bought her 2019 Chevy Tahoe and she loves it! It's big and spacious. It also has very decent legroom. The only thing I didn't like during the drive was poor acceleration and speed. It was also very sensitive to the road and strong winds. Overall a great big vehicle with heated seats and sunroof.
5 out of 5 stars
Love my 2019 Tahoe Midnight Addition!
William Bennett, 06/11/2019
2019 Chevrolet Tahoe LS 4dr SUV (5.3L 8cyl 6A)
I’ve had this SUV for about 5 weeks now and I love it. I have the LS Midnight Addition with upgraded black leather seats by Katz. I have truly enjoyed every minute of it. The vehicle looks amazing, drives great, has plenty of room, overhead air vents, wood grain trim, heavy duty interior w/ beautiful finishes, dual front power seats, dual front and rear climate control, hidden … compartment, lots of storage, mega amount not of USB ports, awesome all wether tires and a killer stereo system w/ CD player. My only complaint is the Onstar system is a bit wonky and non responsive, but the Apple Car Play more than makes up for it. If you haven’t been fortunate enough to enjoy Apple Car Play I hope on day you have the chance. I heart my Tahoe. I love the outdoors and this SUV gets me where I wanna go in style.
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Used 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe Overview
The Used 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe is offered in the following submodels: Tahoe SUV. Available styles include LT 4dr SUV 4WD (5.3L 8cyl 6A), LT 4dr SUV (5.3L 8cyl 6A), Premier 4dr SUV 4WD (5.3L 8cyl 6A), LS 4dr SUV (5.3L 8cyl 6A), LS 4dr SUV 4WD (5.3L 8cyl 6A), Premier 4dr SUV (5.3L 8cyl 6A), Fleet 4dr SUV (5.3L 8cyl 6A), and Fleet 4dr SUV 4WD (5.3L 8cyl 6A). Pre-owned Chevrolet Tahoe models are available with a 5.3 L-liter flex-fuel (FFV) engine, with output up to 355 hp, depending on engine type. The Used 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe comes with four wheel drive, and rear wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 6-speed shiftable automatic.
What's a good price on a Used 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe?
Price comparisons for Used 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe trim styles:
- The Used 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe LT is priced between $32,999 and$52,998 with odometer readings between 26267 and93387 miles.
- The Used 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe LS is priced between $33,500 and$43,998 with odometer readings between 29687 and70801 miles.
- The Used 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe Premier is priced between $34,998 and$57,874 with odometer readings between 19997 and115451 miles.
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