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The all-new 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe is already here to usher in a new fifth-generation of this superb truck-based SUV. When a crossover just doesn’t offer the kind of strength and capability you need, that’s where a ladder-frame SUV like the mighty Tahoe comes into play. This all-new fifth-generation Tahoe is bigger, better, and even more stylish than its predecessor, and that’s really saying something.
With seating for up to nine people and plenty of cargo and a maximum towing capacity that puts unibody crossovers in the shade, it’s hard to think of a family duty the all-new Chevy Tahoe isn’t perfect for.
You could be forgiven for thinking that Chevy has gone soft on us and turned the Tahoe into a car-like crossover when you see it because it looks so incredibly contemporary. Although it’s still built on the same platform as the awesome Silverado 1500 pickup truck, the all-new 2021 Tahoe borrows heavily from the styling of the new Chevy Blazer at the front.
From the side, the new Tahoe is still immediately recognizable as a Tahoe, but there’s been a subtle restyling that’s smoothed out a few edges to deliver a sleeker and more contemporary look that must also be doing wonders for the aerodynamics of this unashamedly big SUV.
It’s not uncommon these days for some all-new vehicles to launch with just a couple of different models to choose from before more come on stream later on, but Chevy has come out fighting with four distinctly different trim levels of the 2021 Tahoe to choose from here in Canada.
If you want the most affordable version of the Tahoe, or you absolutely have to have a Tahoe with two-wheel-drive, the entry-level model in the 2021 lineup is the Tahoe LT. It can be upgraded to four-wheel-drive if you want, but this is the only model in the new family that is standard rear-wheel-drive.
The rest of the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe family is made up of the Z71, Premier, and the range-topping High Country, and all three of these are standard all-wheel drive.
Buyers have two engines to choose from with a new fifth-generation 2021 Chevy Tahoe. The standard unit in the LT, Z71 and the Premier trim levels is a familiar 5.3-litre gas V-8 that develops 355 horsepower and 383 lb.-ft. of torque which is sent to the rear or all four wheels through a 10-speed automatic transmission that’s standard in all versions of the new Tahoe.
There is another, more powerful engine available for the 2021 model year, but if you want this one you’ll have to go for the top-of-the-range Tahoe High Country because this engine is not an option for other models in the range. The unit in question is a mighty 6.2-litre gas V-8, and this one will give your Tahoe High Country 420 horsepower and a mighty 460 lb.-ft. of torque to play with.
If you want to tow with your Tahoe, the maximum tow rating for the 2021 model is a massive 8,400 pounds (3,810kg) when correctly specified.
Chevrolet has taken what was already a winning formula with the Tahoe SUV and made it even bigger and even better than it already was. There’s more room inside than ever for passengers and cargo, and the third-row now has a massive 34 inches of legroom that means those seats are now suitable for adults on journeys longer than a trip to the mall.
Come and see just how much Chevy has done to improve the Tahoe and experience it for yourself on a test drive with us here at RMP Chevrolet. You’ll find our dealership conveniently located at Albert St. South @ HWY 1 & 6 Regina, Saskatchewan, and we can’t wait to see you and demonstrate the all-new 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe.