The 2020 Chevrolet Tahoe is proof that sometimes the old ways are best… at least when it comes to hauling people and stuff. With its truck platform and strong V-8 engine options, the Tahoe tows more and goes further off-road than most crossovers. Still, the big Chevy is showing its age in what may be the final model year for this generation.
From The Car Connection: The Tahoe receives no changes for 2020 minus the deletion of one paint color and a few option-package reshufflings. An all-new model is reportedly due for 2021, so look for some great deals on the last fourth-generation Tahoes, particularly leftover 2019 models.
It may look stoic next to the comparatively wild new Silverado and re-born Blazer models, but the Tahoe is still a big SUV with presence. If you’re looking for a more chrome-laden experience, the GMC Yukon is essentially the same vehicle, and those in search of luxury would be wise to turn to the Cadillac Escalade. A long-wheelbase version of the Tahoe is available in the form of the Chevrolet Suburban, which adds about 20 inches and a lot more cargo room, especially behind the third row. Chevy, GMC, Cadillac—they all roll off the same Arlington, Texas, assembly plant.