2019 Chevrolet Tahoe


#2 out of 6 in Large SUVs

$48,000 MSRP
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Last Updated: February 28, 2019

Strong Demand: The Chevy Tahoe was the best-selling large SUV in 2018. In fact, the Tahoe and its extended-wheelbase twin, the Chevy Suburban, together made up almost 50 percent of all large SUV sales in 2018. Sales of the Tahoe were up by 5.2 percent in 2018 compared to 2017.

Competitive Pricing: The base Tahoe starts at $48,000, which is about $1,000 below average for the class. A fully-loaded Tahoe with all-wheel drive has a competitive starting price of $65,700, which is average for the segment.

Time to Buy: Strong demand means finding a price below sticker on the Tahoe will be a challenge. For a lower price, look at the Tahoe's midsize SUV stablemate, the Chevy Traverse. Though the Traverse can’t tow nearly as much as the Tahoe, it actually has more cargo space and a smaller frame that makes it easier to maneuver through tight spots like parking lots. Our Chevy deals page has all the best available finance, cash back, and lease offers this month for both the Tahoe and Traverse.  

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