Massive SUVs are a vital element for General Motors, and the Chevy Tahoe receives even bigger lines and cuts thanks to a brand-new design for 2021. Chevy’s upcoming 2021 Tahoe SUV will start at $50,295 for the LS variant, $55,095 for the LT, while the Premier will probably reach up to $63,895.
2021 Chevy Tahoe Production Will Start Soon
A Chevrolet spokesperson confirmed the prices to Car and Driver recently. Tahoe will enter the production stage soon, this spring, with the short-wheelbase V8-powered variants. The longer-wheelbase vehicles will be developed shortly after. A diesel production will begin this autumn. All of these variants currently possess an independent rear suspension (IRS). Such a change to an IRS lets the floor of the upcoming version to be lowered.
So, a 5.3-inch drop is now possible because the new Tahoe doesn’t require to account for the axle’s full range of movement, including the significant differential. The IRS upgrade, the rear differential, doesn’t act as move up and down actions with the wheels. And the multilink module chose by General Motors is somewhat heavier – 50 to 100 pounds depending on the variant – than a stick axle. IRS is, without a doubt, more complex and sophisticated and should enhance the handling and ride significantly.
New 2021 Chevy Tahoe Features
The 2021 Chevy Tahoe LS variant is almost $1000 extra than its predecessor, which starts at $50,29, and the LT is $800 more than its previous model at $55,095. As for the Premier, the version is slightly cheaper than its predecessor, almost $100 cheaper, at $63,895.
One feature for sure well-awaited on the upcoming 2021 Chevy Tahoe is the arrival of a turbo-diesel 3.0-liter, as a fantastic inline-six that produces 277 horsepower and some 460 lb-ft of extreme torque. We didn’t have yet some prices for the diesel variant, but we can expect it to arrive at an extra cost of $4000, based on some rumors.