The 2021 Chevrolet Review Series: Tahoe & Suburban
- October 27, 2020
- Chevrolet Lease Review
- Posted by Dan Rose
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Chevrolet has always been high quality and popular full-size SUVs. In many ways, their two largest SUVs compete against each other and in 2021 have been made even better than previous years. We are of course talking about the brand new 2021 Tahoe and the 2021 Suburban. Both of these 3 row large SUVs are similarly priced and come with some of the newest features that new Chevrolet Vehicles have to offer. For many years now both models have been rated in the top 3 of the best large SUVs and with very good reason. This is a review of some of the best features in the new Tahoe and Suburban.
The Chevy Tahoe and the Chevy Suburban are both large full size 3 row SUVs. This means they have a seating capacity of up to 8 adults. The first and second rows in both SUVs are similar in size and can comfortably seat most adults. The third row, as is common in 3 rows SUVs is slightly smaller, and can sit adults for shorter trips but is better suited for teens or children for longer periods of time. The 3rd row is easy to access because the 2nd rows can slide and fold up or down to allow easier access. Not only that but in both models, the 2nd and 3rd rows can collapse completely down to massively increase the cargo-carrying space. The Suburban has the most with a maximum of 144 cubic feet of cargo space when the last 2 rows are folded down and the Tahoe has about 122 cubic feet. The suburban is slightly longer and wider which can make a difference in storage space and for people sitting in the third row.
Both SUVs come with large 10.2-inch touchscreen LCD infotainment displays that include wifi, hotspot, satellite, HD radio, navigation, and full integration of both Apple and Android devices.
The 2021 Tahoe and the 2021 Suburban both have the same excellent options for the engine.
- 5.3-liter V8 that makes 355 horsepower
- 6.2-liter V8 with 420 horsepower
- Duramax turbo diesel 3.0-liter inline 6 with 277 horsepower
These strong and powerful engines are necessary to power SUVs of this size and come with plenty of benefits. For example the large towing capacity. The new Tahoe can tow up to 8,400 pounds and the Suburban can tow up to 8,300 with the proper setup. This is more than enough for towing boats, trailers, most RVs or anything else you and your family are looking to do.
The fuel efficiency is competitive in the full-size SUV market with about 15 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway, This varies based on the trim level, whether you are using FWD or AWD and of course the engine.
There are off-road trims of both the Tahoe and Suburban. The Z71 comes with better all-terrain tires, skid plates, tow hooks, and four corner air ride adaptive suspension. But because of the large size and weight of both vehicles, it is probably not the first pick for off-road fun.
What good would a full-size family SUV be without excellent safety ratings intended to protect you and your family? The Tahoe and the Suburban have always done very well with its NHTSA safety ratings. In the last years, both the RWD and 4WD models received above average 4-star overall safety ratings and front crash ratings and a perfect 5-star rating for side crash.
With the proper trim and upgrades, you can have plenty of assistance with the Chevrolet Driver Assistance technology. Both SUVs come with up to 9 camera angles to help eliminate blind spots and help with backing-up or hooking up the trailer. Plus features like:
- Rear parking sensors
- Front parking sensors
- Blind spot monitoring
- Rear cross traffic alert
- Following distance indicator
make it safer and easier to handle such a large SUV. With $0 lease deals and flexible mileage allowances, the time to lease a new Tahoe or new Suburban has never been better!
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