What’s new for the 2021 Chevy Suburban/Tahoe?
Chevrolet has produced two of the most popular truck-based SUVs in the world with the Suburban and Tahoe. Both have changed the way active families travel together by offer a lot of power and capability as well as cavernous interior measurements. So, what’s new for the 2021 Chevy Suburban/Tahoe? In short, everything. Our manufacturing partner has made several important changes to both models that will ensure they won’t lose any ground to the remaining competition. Chevy has made both vehicles larger to offer even more interior cargo space, vast updates to the vehicles’ available technology and many improvements to how both SUVs handle while on the road. It will be a little while before the 2021 versions of the Chevy Suburban or Tahoe is delivered to the Craig Dunn Motor City showroom.
“With an increasing number of SUVs on the market, we knew the all-new Tahoe and Suburban needed to reach higher than ever,” Vice President, Global Product Programs Tim Herrick said in a press release. “We transformed Tahoe and Suburban to offer all-new technologies and features and deliver a better driving experience, while staying true to the versatility and capability that have earned people’s trucks for generations.”
The all-new 2021 Chevy Tahoe is equipped with a standard 10-inch (diagonal) central color touchscreen – a high watermark for the class. Additionally, some trim grades can be outfitted with an 8-inch digital center gauge cluster and 12.6-inch rear-seat LCD screen that is a major component of the segment’s most advanced rear-seat media system. Speaking of the rear seat, the 2021 Tahoe will be the first one to feature a reclining and sliding second-row seat. When combined with the folding third row, the 2021 Tahoe now offers up to 122.9 cubic-feet of cargo volume, an increase of 28.2 cubic-feet.
New technology/convenience features
Both the 2021 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban can have one of three engines under the hood. The standard power plant will be a 355-horsepower, 5.3-liter, V-8 with a 6.2-liter, V-8 making 420 horsepower available as an option. In the interest of improving fuel economy, Chevy is also introducing a turbocharged, 3.0-liter, inline six-cylinder diesel engine to the mix. The diesel engine can be added to almost every trim grade of the new Tahoe or Suburban – except for the Z71 version.
Additionally, the Air Ride Adaptive Suspension system will be available to add on the High Country and Z71 trim grades. Not only will this provide a more stable and more comfortable ride, but the adaptive suspension system is able to automatically level loads and adjust the ride height of both models.
Make an appointment with a Craig Dunn Motor City product expert today to start the pre-ordering process for either the 2021 Chevy Tahoe or 2021 Chevy Suburban.