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The advantages of a full-size SUV are no secret to people who need space and power in areas where compact SUVs just cannot compete. Hard-working, hard-playing, hard-to-please drivers raise the driving bar, and the 2022 Chevy Tahoe is rising with them. Towing and trailering require exceptional drivability and capabilities from a sound truck that not only earns your confidence but also protects your precious cargo, as well as others on the road. New model upgrades based on consumer feedback, a massive vehicle footprint, and plenty of hauling capacity balance design enhancements that include easier handling, incredible power, and tighter suspension make the 2022 Chevy Tahoe an even stronger competitor.
In the challenging full-size SUV market, the Tahoe has kept up with both predictive and reactive technological advances where both driver and passenger are concerned. Making for a stress-free arrival in a vehicle that excels in areas you don't even have to think about. Chevy's ability to continually succeed in an ever-changing and challenging market with a well-honed, hard to ignore full-size SUV takes the concept of living large to a whole new level.
While maintaining the same six-trim lineup as 2021, various standard and optional upgrades to the second model year of the fifth-generation Tahoe are both impressive and practical. Whether it's the max towing capacity of 8,400 lbs, larger touchscreen displays, cabin customization features, an expansive standardized list of collision prevention features, or the various engine options and souped-up off-road models, the new age for the Tahoe has created a next-level road warrior with top-notch design, performance, and power.
If your SUV expectations are high, the new Chevy Tahoe is up for the challenge. These heavy-duty haulers are in a class all their own and continue to excel in areas where a small SUV just can't deliver. Utilizing a 10-speed automatic transmission that glides through gears with a 5.3L V8, 6.2L V8, or 3.0L Duramax Turbo-Diesel and more powertrain options than any other SUV in the field, the 2022 Tahoe has raised the driving experience to new heights. By punching up power and upgrading the suspension, the end result is a better ride with better handling and a very satisfied customer.
While touring our showroom, we'll be able to fit you into a new model Tahoe complete with everything on your wishlist. Starting at $49,700 MSRP, the 5.3L V8 base engine with its 355 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque is a great handling ride with more than sufficient acceleration.* You can ramp up from there with either of the two optional engines: a 6.2L V8 with 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque (comes standard with High Country trim) or a fuel-efficient turbocharged 3.0L inline-six diesel with 277 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque.
The off-road-ready Z71 trim is the latest addition to the Tahoe lineup as is the perfect model for a family looking for a serious off-road SUV. Equipped with a more rugged look that includes skid plates, red recovery hooks, and all-terrain tires, this is one family hauler that isn’t afraid of anything nature can throw at it. New for 2022, the Z71 can now be optioned with the 6.2L V8 engine for maximum performance, and can even be equipped with an electronic limited-slip differential for incredible traction on the slipperiest surfaces.
GMs famous Magnetic Ride Control, aka MagneRide, brings luxury level road response to the world of suspension systems. It's also the best way to harness the muscle of the Tahoe and help it swiftly adapt and adjust to uneven road surfaces. Now this year's Tahoe also has an independent rear suspension to create another layer of comfort. A wise choice in comparison to the rough ride a solid axle brings to an SUV of this size. You'll be skating over speed bumps and chewing up rock roads.
To further improve on shock absorption technology, the Z71 and High Country sport the first-in-class Four-Corner Air Ride Adaptive Suspension. In addition to enhancing ride quality, this system provides intuitive on-demanded adjustment of vehicle height for added ground clearance or improved aerodynamics. It's also an invaluable passenger assist that makes climbing in and out a breeze for height-challenged passengers.
The cabin feel of a full-size SUV has come a long way since the cold, cheap caverns of yesterday's models. The new Tahoe has built upon the premium level seating and passenger accommodation of prior models to include advanced functional features and comfort zones that will give your living room a run for its money. From the 10.2-inch touchscreen display to the multiple seating and storage configurations, taking your home on the road has never been easier or more fun.
Wireless charging, powerful climate control, and enough USB ports to serve as a home office truly enhance the longer and wider interior of the 2022 Tahoe. With the High Country trim's opulent leather seating for up to eight people, even your spoiled four-legged family members can enjoy their own mobile first-class quarters while basking in the warmth of a panoramic power sunroof.
Also, the commanding driver's seat position yields a thick leather-wrapped steering wheel and a dashboard panel that has been resized with a customizable 12-inch Driver Information Center (DIC). This cockpit-like instrument panel makes it easy to monitor speed, mileage, fuel, and engine status reports to keep you apprised of important mechanical variables that will make sure your travels are safe and secure.
Today's automakers are tasked with the ever-changing and exhausting demand of keeping everyone riveted for hours in a comfortable, cozy theater on wheels. Chevy stayed on top of the requirement to meet tech needs in 2021 with the addition of Google Voice Assistant powered with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay software. Chevy has now brought its 2022 SUV lineup onstage front and center with Google Infotainment Services with a 10.2-inch multitouch display and Google Built-in, giving you access to your favorite features even before you connect your phone.
The new 2022 Tahoe has made vehicle and passenger safety a big priority. When dealing with an SUV that can tow up to 8,400 lbs on highways, backroads, and everywhere in between, there's a lot to take into consideration where safety is concerned. The 2022 Tahoe has certainly shown it means business with the standardization of Chevy Safety Assist for the entire lineup. This premier package is a stellar combination of six advanced safety features no long hauler should be without. From collision alerts to well automatic pedestrian braking, lane departure sensitivity, adaptive cruise control, post-collision assist, and an OnStar security system, you're covered. But Chevy has gone even further with a system designed to make the most important safety risk, uncertain trailering situations a thing of the past.
The new Tahoe has taken any risks associated with towing and literally made them disappear, thanks to the new Tahoe's Enhanced Trailer View feature with transparent trailer view technology and Trailering Assist Guidelines. Up to 13 distinct camera views wipe out every dead angle and even allow the driver to see directly through the trailer in tow. This next level of towing is bringing computer image render to a sci-fi level of "I can't believe what I'm not seeing." The safety benefits of this are numerous. From being able to see around and directly behind your rig to the elimination of blind spots, you can safely trailer in style in this luxury SUV that has met the bigger, better, bolder challenge of its competitors.
Poor night driving conditions are one of the worst safety worries for many. The good news is that in a Tahoe, you're already seated in the highest full-size SUV on the road, keeping your eyes above the traffic and out of the line of fire of oncoming headlights. The standard IntelliBeam automatic high beam assist removes the annoyance of manual high beam manipulation when driving at night. The vehicle headlamps include sensors sensitive to changes in lighting conditions and will even adjust for oncoming traffic picked up by additional windshield sensors.